According to sociologist Ray Oldenburg, “third places are public spaces on neutral ground where people can gather and interact.” We review two INDE.Award-contending projects that revolutionise the meaning of ‘collaborative engagement’ at work.
Take sound decisions for your commercial spaces. The latest 3D acoustic sound tile by Woven Image makes for a bold and functional addition.
Maitland RIverlink, by CHROFI with McGregor Coxall, shows how design can be a powerful instrument in a community. It won the INDE.Awards’ 2019 Building trophy, partnered by Cult.
Designed by Woods Bagot, Short Lane is a mixed-use apartment building that supports the creation of diverse and activated neighbourhood areas. No wonder the project won the acclaimed INDE Gold in the Multi-Residential category partnered with Bosch.
Tipped to become Australia’s most densely populated precinct, Sydney’s Green Square required a truly memorable gesture for its community hub. The Library and Plaza redefines the meaning of architectural literacy with its incredibly visual and graphic structures. And it also happened to snag INDE Gold in The Learning Space category, partnered with Living Edge.
Koichi Takada Architects is best known for pushing people’s perception of architecture. Case in point: the Crown Group’s Arc, which has won the inaugural Editors’ Gold Mark award at the INDE.Awards 2019.
A night to celebrate and honour the best in architecture and design in the Indo-Pacific. Here’s what went down at the third edition of the INDE.Awards in Melbourne.
What makes a project stand out in a particular region? Why does regionalism in design count in today’s world of increasing urbanisation? We explore….
The A-Collection by Brunner evokes minimalism and design harmony. What’s more, it makes for a stunning addition to a multitude of commercial spaces.