Returning as the Official Partner of the INDE.Award Luminary 2018, Wilkhahn is giving you the chance to win a trip to Germany for Orgatec. Enter now!
April 11th, 2018
We have always known that Asia Pacific’s architecture and design community is rich with expertise, inspiration and a bold, exciting vision for the future of the built environment in our times.
As the 2018 INDE.Awards quickly approaches, our international jury is currently sifting through hundreds of entries from across the region – all demonstrating that Asia Pacific boasts some of this planet’s most progressive buildings, spaces, objects, proposals and practitioners. The spirit of our A+D community is currently being held up as an exemplar of forward-thinking, compassionate and democratic design. Design, that is, to articulate the future.
Our region’s top practitioners and most inspiring design minds have played an enormous role in bettering Asia Pacific – its economies, its material ecologies, and finally its political and socio-economic development – to break barriers of inequity.
The 2018 INDE.Awards is on a mission to celebrate our industry’s leading experts. Presented by the Official Partner for the 2018 Luminary Award – Wilkhahn, the global leader in design and manufacture of supreme-quality commercial furniture bearing the hallmarks of wellbeing, creativity and high-performance – we are asking YOU to help us decide who will be crowned your 2018 People’s Choice Luminary.
Thanks to Wilkhahn, we’re giving you the chance to win an all expenses paid trip to Germany for Orgatec 2018. The winner will be flown to Germany for an activity-filled week with the Wilkhahn Asia Pacific team. This exclusive VIP itinerary includes*…
All entries will be judged by a panel of Indesign Media’s editorial team and Wilkhahn Asia Pacific.
Since bursting onto the market over six decades ago, Wilkhahn‘s office furniture has led the market when it comes to high performance, striking commercial furniture design. Ushering in a new age of health-driven, ergonomically-focused workplaces, Wilkhahn has forged a bold and inspired standard for a more inclusive, more productive, more positive and more supportive designed space. Beyond this, the flexibility afforded by Wilkhahn‘s user-centric designs is exemplary of the kind of remarkable prescience with which luminaries are gifted. It seems only fitting, then, that we call upon Wilkhahn, a tireless driver of innovation in the A+D world, to present this year’s INDE.Awards Luminary.
Like every true luminary, Wilkhahn‘s team is keen to share its knowledge and design prowess to help build a better, stronger and more inspired design community. The company is pleased to enable the much-deserved celebration of game-changing talent in the burgeoning Asia Pacific design industry, and looks forward to seeing the leaders that members of the design community recognise from amongst their ranks.
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