The official INDE.Awards 2018 Gala event video has been released! Relive the regional industry’s night of nights in Singapore, or catch up on what you missed.
August 7th, 2018
This year, the INDE.Awards continued the bold story of design in the APAC region with a Gala in Singapore on 22 June. It was a celebration of outstanding design, architecture, material and culture. It was an opportunity to knit together a stronger fabric for our regional industry.
We thank all who joined us for this special occasion, recognising this industry’s ongoing narrative of excellence.
The INDE.Awards are our commitment to this region’s leading design thinkers and their braver, better tomorrows. Join us again in 2019 as we continue to celebrate our region’s architecture and design on the global stage.
Ours is a diverse, dynamic and visionary corner of the world. Our many contexts are unique, and we chart our own design directions in response to them. With the INDE.Awards, Asia Pacific recognises our leading work and creative minds – on our terms.
Your INDE.Awards 2018 Winners:
The Building | Brought to you by Cult
Winner krakani-lumi, Taylor and Hinds Architects
Honourable Mention Marina One, Singapore, Ingenhoven Architects with Architects 61
Click here for The Building 2018 Shortlist
The Multi-Residential Building | Brought to you by Bosch
Winner Nightingale 1, Breathe Architecture
Honourable Mention M3565 Main Beach Apartments, Virginia Kerridge Architects
Click here for The Multi-Residential Building 2018 Shortlist
The Living Space | Brought to you by Gaggenau
Winner Room Without Roof, HYLA Architects
Honourable Mention Artist Retreat at Pittugala, Palinda Kannangara Architects
Click here for The Living Space 2018 Shortlist
The Social Space | Brought to you by Dyson
Winner Barangaroo House (Architecture), Collins and Turner
Honourable Mention BE Friendly Space, H&P Architects
Click here for The Social Space 2018 Shortlist
The Shopping Space | Brought to you by Aesop
Winner Domaine Chandon, Foolscap Studio
Honourable Mention The Daily Edited Melbourne Flagship, Pattern Studio
Click here for The Shopping Space 2018 Shortlist
The Learning Space | Brought to you by Living Edge
Winner Macquarie University Incubator, Architectus
Honourable Mention A Journey of Self-Exploration, Bukit Panjang Public Library, Grey Canopy
Click here for the 2018 The Learning Space Shortlist
The Wellness Space | Brought to you by Mafi
Winner Bendigo Hospital, Silver Thomas Hanley with Bates Smart
Honourable Mention Artemis Centre, Melbourne Girls Grammar, BVN
Click here for The Wellness Space 2018 Shortlist
The Influencer | Brought to you by Geberit
Winner Microlibraries, SHAU
Honourable Mention The Nightingale Model, Breathe Architecture and Nightingale Housing
Click here for The Influencer 2018 Shortlist
The Prodigy – People’s Choice | Brought to you by Cosentino
Winner David Neustein and Grace Mortlock, Other Architects / Otherothers
Click here for the full list of Prodigies 2018
Launch Pad | Brought to you by Schiavello
Ultimate Winner Empathy, Yeo Yiliang
Runner Up DLC-01, Dan Layden
Click here for the 2018 Launch Pad Asia Shortlist
Click here for the 2018 Launch Pad Australia / New Zealand Shortlist
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