The Graduate category this year showcased the abundant talent that resides at architecture schools within our Indo-Pacific region, and this year’s winner addresses an area that is on everyone’s mind, the environment.
University of Tasmania’s Sam Hodgens took home The Graduate award at INDE.Awards this year. His winning entry addresses an area that is on everyone’s mind: the environment.
The Graduate category at the INDE.Awards recognises the outstanding talent of a fifth-year architecture student at the end of study. The future of design is certainly secured with the incredible shortlist in 2023.
See the very best of Indo-Pacific architecture and design with the annual shortlist release.
As a supporter of the 2023 INDE.Awards, COLORBOND® recognises the importance of the next generation of architects who are leading the way in creativity and innovation to help design and sustain our future.
Missed the entry window for the INDE.Awards? Fear not! Entries extended until April 6.
An abundance of up-and-coming architectural talent resides in the Indo-Pacific region, and this year, two winners have been recognised in the very special The Graduate category.
The INDE.Awards 2022 – The Graduate category has been expanded to include more architecture schools and their final year students.
The stars of tomorrow are centre stage at the INDE.Awards as The Graduate, celebrates the many talented architecture students who reside in the Indo-Pacific region.
We’ve compiled a list of the architecture and design graduates who have stood out from the crowd in 2021. It might be worth keeping an eye on these ones!
An addition to the INDE.Awards this year is The Graduate, recognising excellence in the work of a fifth-year architecture student.