Congratulations to Kerstin Thompson, 2023 recipient of the Australian Institute of Architects’ Gold Medal. We revisit Kerstin’s many accomplishments, among them being named an INDESIGN Luminary.
Luminaries travel many different design roads to attain greatness however they all have shared attributes of talent and determination. As Woven Image supports those icons of our industry, the 2023 INDE.Awards pays tribute to the creatives that have shaped, and continue to influence our community.
We know how much work is involved in pulling together an awards entry. We’ve collated an INDE.Awards entry checklist to help you along.
Have you entered the INDE.Awards yet? Time is of the essence and we’ve given you 5 pretty good reasons to enter in 2022.
Mia Feasey is many things: designer, businesspersn, mentor, icon. And now, she joins our industry’s most influential as the latest Luminary inductee.
Wilkhahn returns as the 2018 Official Partner of the Luminary Award. Find out how the brand is building a better future for the design industry of Asia Pacific.
Returning as the Official Partner of the INDE.Award Luminary 2018, Wilkhahn is giving you the chance to win a trip to Germany for Orgatec. Enter now!
From the up-and-coming young guns to well established talent – here are your 2018 Prodigy and Luminary nominations.
Since Indigo Slam hit the media waves, Smart Design Studio has been the name on everyone’s lips. But it was more than just this project-gone-viral that saw William Smart named The People’s Choice Luminary at the INDE.Awards – it was his entire trajectory of work.
As an award-winning architect, Peter Stutchbury has artfully demonstrated his own vision of what architecture in Australia can be.
Design and Innovation Director at the Breville group, Richard Hoare has been a guiding hand in the development of electrical appliances in Australia for over 20 years.