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 may have been one of the most — if not, the most — challenging years in living memory for individuals, communities and workplaces alike, but it has not been void of cause to celebrate. Industries and awards programs have stretched and pivoted gracefully out of their comfort zones and into new media to continue championing their respective causes. Later this month, the 2020 Workspace Awards is set to do the same, highlighting the incredible talent within the A&D industry via a virtual awards ceremony that can be attended wherever in Australia you are, regardless of varied social distancing restrictions.
But let it be known that, though to be held virtually, the 2020 Workspace Awards, is not an online meeting, nor a mere video link; it is a LIVE interactive event designed to celebrate the brightest and most creative talent in our industry and from all over the country.
The event has been designed to make sure that you can enjoy some fine wines, fine food, networking, catch up with suppliers and industry colleague and have a little bit of fun along the way. There will be wine tasting, prizes to win, networking, trade expo booths to drop in on, giveaways throughout and the celebration of every award category — all completely live. The night’s program is as below:
Add to that news, 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.
So what are you waiting for? Consider this your official invite and join us to celebrate the incredible project submissions and winners of the 2020 Workspace Awards!
Send your RSVPs to firstname.lastname@example.org by 20 November with your full name and email address for every person who will be attending and you’ll receive links and instructions in return! We hope to see you there on the night.
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