2023 sees a fabulous new category included in the INDE.Awards. The Interior Space pays tribute to the incredible work of interior designers through exceptional residential design. Home might be where the heart is but the entries to this category will take body and soul as well, when residential interior design takes centre stage.
13 December, 2022
With a new year nearly upon us, the 2023 INDE.Awards is excited to present a new category that celebrates the heart of residential design in The Interior Space. Our homes are our castles and how we live determines how we feel. With The Interior Space category, those places where we gather and grow will exemplify living at its best.
The Interior Space category will showcase the very best interior design that is crafted with care and ingenuity. It is design that promotes wellbeing and sustainability, is creative and innovative but, most of all, it is a residence that is beautiful in function and form.
The Interior Space will recognise the great contribution that interior designers can bring to a home where living well is the focal point. Whether the residence is large or small, luxuriously appointed or pared back simplicity, the overall interior design is a celebration of the imagination and ingenuity of an interior design. As a new build, alteration and addition or a multi-residential apartment, The Interior Space is a curated environment that displays the talent of an individual or practice that in turn enhances a client’s lifestyle.
From across the Indo-Pacific region outstanding homes designed with place, culture and people in mind, set the agenda for style and facility. Through The Interior Space, we recognise the benefits that come from great design that enhances liveability.
The INDE.Awards is now open and we encourage all designers to submit their residential interior projects to The Interior Space category here. Now is the time to bask in the multiple spotlights of the local, regional and global stages that are the platforms for the INDE.Awards.
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