Designed by LIMINAL Architecture with WOHA, The Hedberg in Tasmania sets the scene for a new way to educate. Welcome to the winner of The Learning Space, INDE.Awards 2022.
The auditorium was full, the vibe electric and the winners truly outstanding last night at the INDE.Awards Gala. Scroll the Indo Pacific’s most outstanding projects and people, here.
This INDE.Summit 2022 session will investigate the alternatives and crystal ball gaze into the future to discuss just what our cities will look like.
This year’s INDE.Awards – The Building shortlist recognises projects that mark new direction in the future of architecture.
Bringing the outside in through clever use of form and colour, these 12 award-worthy Learning Spaces have made the INDE.Awards official shortlist.
The program and speaker line-up for INDE.Summit has been announced. Block out Wednesday August 3rd and book your tickets. Find the full program is here.
From the socially and environmentally sustainable buildings by WOHA, to lessons from Kerry Hill Architects and a taste of Crazy Rich Asians, the Dulux DIAlogue on Tour winners have kicked off in style in Singapore.
The rigorous vision of WOHA sees the firm consistently challenging the status quo. We speak to Richard Hassell and Wong Mun Summ about how radical city transformation is not only possible; it’s necessary.
Furniture has long been an untold story of the respected Singapore-based architecture firm WOHA. That is set to change with the launch of WOHAbeing, a dedicated range of furniture being produced with a mix of manufacturers.
Indesign’s Luminaries return in 2017 for our inaugural INDE.Awards. Here we meet the shortlist.