Architect and academic Juan Du has devoted all aspects of her career to the study of urban development in Shenzhen and Hong Kong, and the pursuit of more socially and culturally sustainable outcomes.
Jonathan Richards and Kirsten Stanisich create spaces that align with the human need for wellbeing, that address inclusivity and sustainability, and that make people ‘feel something’.
Leading a studio of designers, engineers and makers in Melbourne, Ross Gardam is the author of rigorously considered objects that bring value to people in a noise-filled world.
For Andra Matin, the joy of seeing the public settled into his buildings is matched by the satisfaction that comes with the emergence of a more place-specific breed of contemporary Indonesian architecture.
They’ve spent years practicing architecture or design with a consistently bold and fearless approach. They inspire others with their skill, insight and foresight. We are honoured to reveal our Luminaries 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.
The Chinese development model is undergoing a process of re-examination, says INDE.Awards strategic partner Green-Blue International. The agency’s Founder Feng Gao shares perspectives on China’s architecture and design.
Entry numbers were up by ten per cent this year – a fantastic sign of a resilient regional industry coming together despite the challenges of the day.
Time is almost up. This is your last chance to join the regional conversation. Entries close on Friday night!
It’s been quite the year, and it’s only February. So we’re giving you two more weeks to complete your INDE.Awards 2020 entries. Now that’s good news!
Just as important as accolades is shared knowledge. And there’s plenty to share in the Indo-Pacific region. Don’t wait – submit your INDE entry now and share your story!