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11 reasons to Enter INDE.Awards before 29 January

11 reasons to Enter INDE.Awards before 29 January

We believe that exceptional design speaks for itself. That’s why we’ve curated 11 INDE.Awards categories that champion the most progressive work in the region.

Can design help tell the story of our Indigenous people?

Can design help tell the story of our Indigenous people?

Taylor & Hinds Architects designed krakani lumi, a standing camp in Mount William National Park, that helps to tell the significant story of country and the creation.

INDE.Awards launches its 2019 program

INDE.Awards launches its 2019 program

Entries open 29 November for the INDE.Awards. Join us as the 2019 awards take off with an action-packed program.

Which projects are the country’s most sustainable?

Which projects are the country’s most sustainable?

As one of Australia’s longest running award programs recognising sustainable design, the Sustainability Awards showcase the best in environmental design and offer a glimpse into best practice.

Three emerging faces of sustainable design

Three emerging faces of sustainable design

A truly sustainable design approach needs to go beyond the average greenwashing that is often seen in projects. These are the people to keep an eye on…

Going green: Sustainability Awards shortlist revealed

Going green: Sustainability Awards shortlist revealed

Architecture & Design‘s Sustainability Awards recognises the talent and progress of Australian architects and designers in the sustainability space. And the 2018 shortlist is out now.

Can Design be a Mechanism That Helps our Indigenous Culture to Flourish?

Can Design be a Mechanism That Helps our Indigenous Culture to Flourish?

A standing camp in northeast Tasmania, designed by Taylor & Hinds Architects, is not only based on the cultural stories and aboriginal history of the area, but is a place for these stories and history to be told.