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Pingelly Recreation and Cultural Centre wins The Best of the Best at the 2022 INDE.Awards

Pingelly Recreation and Cultural Centre wins The Best of the Best at the 2022 INDE.Awards

The crowning award at the 2022 INDE.Awards is The Best of the Best and, drum roll please, this year’s winner has been designed for place and culture and to bring a community together.

Zenith Connect digitises the modern workplace

Zenith Connect digitises the modern workplace

With its Connect concept, Zenith is helping organisations utilise emerging technology to transform building operations and deliver inspirational experiences to all their employees.

Gensler’s forecast for the new hybrid workplace

Gensler’s forecast for the new hybrid workplace

With the release of Gensler’s ‘RESILIENT: Design Strategies for the Human Experience’, Sarah Bader shares three indispensable pieces of advice.

Cheshire Architects talks of its journey

Cheshire Architects talks of its journey

Cheshire Architects has forged a name for itself across New Zealand, Australia and abroad, with adventurous clientele who are keen to be taken on a journey.

And there’s more to come from the INDE.Awards

And there’s more to come from the INDE.Awards

The 2022 INDE.Awards has now closed but there is so much more to come. As we look into the future there’s lots to be involved with to enhance your INDE experience so let’s get moving!

The Object: Beauty, function and form at the INDE.Awards 2022

The Object: Beauty, function and form at the INDE.Awards 2022

What is the object of your eye? The INDE.Awards affords food for visual thought with The Object category and the very best in industrial design from around the Indo-Pacific region.

Design that sets the agenda at the INDE.Awards 2022

Design that sets the agenda at the INDE.Awards 2022

Each year, the INDE.Awards recognises a true Influencer, who’s progressive and sustainable approach to architecture shows how from little things, big things grow

Exemplary showcases of living the high life at INDE.Awards

Exemplary showcases of living the high life at INDE.Awards

Living together, up high or down low, multi-residential life is a part of every city and town from Melbourne to Hong Kong, Tokyo to Delhi and everywhere in between and the INDE.Awards showcases the best!

ARM’s Mark Raggatt on how design can deepen our experience of a city

ARM’s Mark Raggatt on how design can deepen our experience of a city

From high school theatre buff to accomplished architect, Mark Raggatt reveals what drew him to his career, and outlines what his practice hopes to achieve as it expands into New South Wales, Australia.

The changing nature of education architecture

The changing nature of education architecture

The INDE.Awards leads the way in showcasing how and where we learn. From pre-school to higher institutions, the projects in The Learning Space category represent the rich diversity of spaces that enable education in today’s world.

Greg Natale’s Cotton On campus makes work look like luxury

Greg Natale’s Cotton On campus makes work look like luxury

What would entice you back into the office? For the Cotton On campus in Geelong, Australia, Greg Natale solves the dilemma with a set of luxe and soulful facilities. Work never looked so good!

Smart Design Studio and LAAB Architects on practice and process

Smart Design Studio and LAAB Architects on practice and process

As people are at the heart of every endeavour, The Design Studio category in the INDE.Awards honours a studio and its people.