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April 23rd, 2020
For more than a decade Indesignlive has prided itself in its ability to keep an industry spread across the Asia Pacific feeling connected. Our internal editorial team and external network of contributors across continents have been steadfast in keeping our finger on the pulse of the industry, communicating and celebrating the work and accomplishments of our contemporaries.
When it comes to architecture and design we’re proud of the work we’ve done and continue to do keeping people inspired and connected to the industry.
As we accustom ourselves and our teams to a new normal – working from home and venturing outside only when necessary – we want to reassure you that Indesignlive is here for you. We are here to educate you when you want to learn, to rejuvenate you when you need inspiration, and to nourish you when you crave an escape.
We talk a lot about our ten-year history but many of you already know that, because you’ve joined us from the start. Just as we might miss the incremental evolutions of the people we see everyday, maybe you’ve missed ours? Or maybe you’re a new friend to Indesignlive and we can offer you a recap?
When it comes to architecture and design we’re proud of the work we’ve done and continue to do keeping people inspired and connected to the industry. Whether it’s the hilarious yet poignant commentary from writer Andrew P. Street, Emily Sutton’s creative and unique looks into the design world, our showcasing of local projects from Rebecca Gross or the amazing and creative projects from Asia that we see from writers Rik Glauert and Joanna Kawecki there’s plenty to be inspired by from our talent writers. With over 10,000 articles in total you’re spoiled for choice.
We are extremely proud that our print magazine is considered a pillar in the architecture and design community; many architects and architecture enthusiasts have complete collections. Each magazine is filled with timeless projects that won’t date; rather they serve as quarterly timestamps of state current state and mood of the industry. You can subscribe here, do so now to take advantage of a special subscriber offer: 5 issues for the price of 4.
Initially a printed directory The Indesign Collection found it’s new home online and offers our readers – architects, designers and design enthusiasts alike – a comprehensive resource on the key products we see specified again and again in the projects we cover.
Moving forward through this we’re going to continue to keep you connected to the latest news and the most exciting projects and people in the industry. We’ll be showcasing how our industry leaders are living after lockdown, we’ll be looking at some of our favourite projects from the 20 years we’ve been helping to keep you in the loop.
We mentioned there have been changes to how we work recently: some more than others and some in different ways to others. As the situation began to unroll Indesignlive was quick to jump on the phone with our community across the country to share how we were adapting and what we were learning. Dialling In With is one of our newest series and it’s about to expand so keep your eyes peeled.
But let us give you a heads up right now: Indesignlive is a child of Indesign Media and Indesign Media never stops innovating, pushing the boundaries, or testing the limits. We are perfectionists and we are perfecting our product, but there is more to come.
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