Share your legacy in 2020 with the INDE.Awards’ Best of the Decade – two new era-defining accolades that honour the lasting impact of architecture and design in the Indo-Pacific.
November 19th, 2019
Entries open 2 December 2019 for the INDE.Awards 2020, which shines a spotlight on the architects and designers putting the Indo-Pacific on the global map.
In 2019 the INDEs brought together a melting pot of creativity from all fields of architecture and design. An incredibly high calibre of entrants, shortlisters and winners revealed the progressive nature and influential power of our region’s designs.
The INDEs returns in 2020 with all the categories you’ve come to love, plus more. Fourteen core categories honour the past 12 months of progressive architecture and design across typologies including buildings, spaces, objects, and also people.
Taking INDEs gold to a whole new level in 2020, event organiser Indesign Media Asia Pacific is thrilled to present Best of the Decade – two new era-defining accolades that honour the lasting impact of a single, influential piece of architecture or design in the Indo-Pacific.
Open to entrants across the region, Best of the Decade | The Living Space and Best of the Decade | The Work Space recognises the exceptional execution of and lasting impact made by a single, influential piece of architecture or design. Best of the Decade is Jury-decided and will also be open to a People’s Choice Award.
For those of you already planning out your 2020 awards entries, lock the following key INDE.Awards dates into your diaries.
Winners will be announced at a special INDE.Awards Gala evening in Sydney: 14 August 2020.
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