Designer, artist and researcher Penelope Forlano has taken out the coveted spot as The Luminary in this year’s INDE.Awards.
Talking with Jean-Michel Gathy, we have the opportunity to delve deep into the mind and explore the practice of one of the world’s foremost designers.
Those who have received the accolade of Luminary in this category are at the very pinnacle of their career with a portfolio of work that leads by example.
As a category The Luminary pays tribute to those who have contributed to enrich the architecture and design community throughout their working lives. With Wilkhahn as sponsor, this year there are three Luminaries who together represent the very best in design through their individuality, dedication and talent.
To position today’s design innovations within the longer-term trajectories that shape our region, look no further than the INDE.Awards Luminaries.
They’re the leading lights of the architecture and design profession. Luminaries in their own right, these individuals’ ongoing contributions have had, and will have, a lasting impact on their community and industry at large. Here we celebrate four living design icons, nominated as The Luminary in the INDE.Awards 2019.
We’ve already been overwhelmed with the positive response to this year’s call for submission. Here we share the stats and tell you what happens next.
‘Community’ was the dominant theme at the INDE.Awards 2018 Gala in Singapore. It was a celebration of outstanding design, architecture, material and culture as well as an opportunity to knit together a stronger fabric for our regional industry.
The wait is over! Couldn’t make it to INDE.Awards Gala on 22 June in Singapore? Don’t fret! Here are your official 2018 winners …
Kerstin Thompson has many accolades to her practice’s name, but for all her success, architecture is just one of her many passions.
As an award-winning architect, Peter Stutchbury has artfully demonstrated his own vision of what architecture in Australia can be.