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INDE Prodigy

Southeast Asian Heart And Soul: INDE. Prodigy, Goy Architects

Southeast Asian Heart And Soul: INDE. Prodigy, Goy Architects

Working collectively from Singapore, Bali and Chiang Mai, Goy Architects is nimble in method but deep in consideration – always attuned to opportunities to cross-pollinate ideas, materials and crafts from around Southeast Asia.

Empowering Australia’s Regions: INDE. Prodigy, Regional Design Service

Empowering Australia’s Regions: INDE. Prodigy, Regional Design Service

The town of Corowa in regional New South Wales has proven to be the ideal base for Regional Design Service – an architecture studio that delivers meaningful, sustainable design outcomes and strategies for Australia’s rural and regional communities.

Pushing For Progress: INDE. Prodigy, Rafael Miranti Architects

Pushing For Progress: INDE. Prodigy, Rafael Miranti Architects

Indonesia’s spectacularly rich cultural heritage spurs Jakarta-based Rafael Miranti Architects toward sensitive new expressions of tradition. An equal driver is the improvement of building standards and more sustainable, regenerative approaches.

Design Is Community: INDE. Prodigy, Flack Studio

Design Is Community: INDE. Prodigy, Flack Studio

Melbourne’s Flack Studio seeks out conversations – through the interior as art that converses with its audience; through the home as a vehicle that fosters relationships and values; and through direct engagement with the community.

Introducing The INDE.Awards Prodigies Of 2020

Introducing The INDE.Awards Prodigies Of 2020

They’re young, progressive studios that are forging their own paths around the region. Get to know our Prodigies of 2020 – you’ll be glad you did.

Bangkok-based practice NITAPROW is a act

Bangkok-based practice NITAPROW is a class act

2019 INDE.Awards The Prodigy nominees NITAPROW chart the their progress from students at prestigious US architecture schools to one of the Indo-Pacific’s key practices to watch.

Studio -gram pushes design boundaries

Studio -gram pushes design boundaries

There is a design studio in Adelaide that is quickly reshaping the entire design landscape of the city – meet studio -gram. And find out why the practice is one of our Prodigy nominees for the 2019 INDE.Awards

Studio Esteta celebrates the beauty in difference

Studio Esteta celebrates the beauty in difference

In just three years, Melbourne practice Studio Esteta has established itself as a presence to watch on the Australian design stage. We go behind the scenes to learn what makes these 2019 INDE.Awards’ The Prodigy nominees tick.

Vote for your design heroes: The Luminaries and Prodigies of 2019

Vote for your design heroes: The Luminaries and Prodigies of 2019

People’s Choice voting is now open for The Luminary and The Prodigy. These eight incredible individuals are taking our region to new and exciting places. Have your say and vote for your top Prodigy and Luminary of the year.

Colonial storytelling at John Anthony restaurant by Linehouse

Colonial storytelling at John Anthony restaurant by Linehouse

Bringing colonial design flavours in a thoroughly modern execution, John Anthony restaurant by Linehouse is a feast for the eyes.

Indesign Prodigy: Olivia Lee

Indesign Prodigy: Olivia Lee

Her plant-filled studio is known as The Wonder Facility and there’s plenty that’s wonderful about designer Olivia Lee’s work. She’s one of our respected INDE.Awards 2018 Prodigies.

Linehouse: Playing with narrative

Linehouse: Playing with narrative

Our 2018 INDE.Awards Prodigies are a bold cohort of boundary-pushing A&D figures. Among them is Linehouse – a Shanghai studio bent on shifting perceptions. Will they get your people’s choice vote for Prodigy of the year?