The 2020 INDE.Awards Winners have been announced. Discover the best in the Indo Pacific
Rob Mills Architecture and Interiors creates a joyful, bespoke living experience that feels like summer all year round
From office buildings, hospitals, parks and retreats, wellness is becoming multi-dimensional. Once the outlier of architectural vernaculars, we now look to wellness as a core design narrative, informing the way we build, design and interact with all kinds of spaces and places.
Resembling a modern mini-city, Cardno’s Brisbane office fosters the concept of community through a human-centric design by Cox Architects
If you missed episode 1 of Habitus House of the Year season 2, fear not. Australian residents can catch up again and again at 7plus.
Resembling a modern mini-city, Cardno’s Brisbane office fosters the concept of community through a human-centric design by Cox Architects.
Created by New Hope Group & VMIG, The Landmark in Sydney is home to impeccable design and unparalleled amenities, making this multi-residential development a coveted destination for luxury living.
Habitus House of the Year honours exceptional residential architecture and design from the Indo-Pacific region. Here are your 2019 winners.
“These projects can stand on the world stage against any other kind of health project, and be successful. They aren’t Aboriginal projects; they are architecture for a specific community, that meets and exceeds the brief,” shares Kaunitz Yeung founding principal, David Kaunitz on the INDE.Award winning Punmu and Parnngurr projects.
The day has arrived… the INDE.Awards 2019 Gala. The winners have been revealed in a glamorous affair at Melbourne Museum, here we showcase them all.
The results are out! We’re excited to introduce you to your INDE.Awards 2019 Official Shortlist. Read on to find out which entries made the final cut.