Following suit of many awards programs this year, Workspace has officially announced that the 2020 Workspace Awards will be celebrated via a virtual event — and we’re all invited!
November 10th, 2020
2020 Workspace Virtual Awards Postponed until further notice! As you may be aware, the South Australian government recently imposed a 6 day lock-down across the whole of South Australia. With the Workspace Awards less than a week away, we had to make the tough decision to once again postpone the event. Although we had already moved the awards to an online virtual platform, the new lock-down prevented any production and filming to occur; in turn preventing us to deliver an incredible interactive event we had planned.
At this stage we are looking to postpone the Awards until early 2021. Although this is not ideal circumstances the safety and wellness of the general public along with the Workspace cohort is our first priority.
RSVP’s can still be sent through to Caitlin Ralston, Marketing Media and Events Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org
Workspace is thrilled to announce Andrew Wallace, Linda Cheng and Caroline Beresford have joined the jury for the 2020 Workspace Awards.
As editor of ArchitectureAU.com, Linda Cheng has also personally contributed to Australian architecture and design magazines. She was previously deputy editor/art director of Furnishing International and editorial assistant of Indesign and Habitus magazines.
Caroline Beresford is a designer and Founder of Sydney-based practice Caroline Beresford Design. Working with respected organisations within the architecture and property industries including AMP Capital, Mirvac, GPT and Cox Architecture, Caroline’s expertise extends to the Design Institute of Australia’s Council in Sydney, where she is a member and the key contact for Local Government.
Andrew Wallace is a program director of Interior Architecture at the University of South Australia and has practiced interior and furniture design in Adelaide, Sydney and London since 1984.
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