With a glittering affair at the Melbourne Museum, the INDE.Awards 2019 showcased some of the outstanding talent from across the Indo-Pacific region – and we caught it on film!
July 10th, 2019
A diverse and excited crowd came out for the 2019 INDE.Awards Gala, which took place in Melbourne on Friday 21 June 2019. Part of the celebration of the evening focused on not only recognising and honouring the great projects, products and people from the Indo-Pacific but championing what is truly progressive in design.
What makes the Indo-Pacific region unique? The INDE.Awards 2019 continues to bring together a mix of the best and brightest stars from the design community – all to celebrate what makes this region special.
Throughout the night we got to put some questions to a few stars from the evening, including winners, shortlisters and jury members, each hailing from across Australia, Hong Kong and Singapore. Get their insights into what makes the region thrive and how they each approach progressive design in their own way.
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