Time is almost up. This is your last chance to join the regional conversation. Entries close on Friday night!
3 March, 2020
As a platform for celebrating and exploring the most progressive output of the entire Indo-Pacific region, the INDE.Awards are unique. And this Friday 6 March, 11:59pm Australian Eastern Daylight Saving Time, is your final chance to be part of the regional discussion in 2020.
We are one region. The INDE.Awards present entrants with a level playing field for recognition and celebration. The program is unique in its mission to unite the region’s voices and share perspectives from diverse contexts.
Importantly, the INDEs celebrate some of the most progressive design in the world through the lens of our own region – not the lenses of other design centres in Europe and America. They’re our awards, by us and for us.
Ryan Russell and Byron George, Russell & George (Australia)
Winner, The Work Space 2019
INDE.Awards 2020 Ambassadors
Palinda Kannangara, Palinda Kannangara Architects (Sri Lanka)
Honourable Mention, The Living Space 2019 & 2018
INDE.Awards 2020 Ambassador
So hop to it – don’t miss your chance to be part of the INDE community in 2020! Entries will soon be in the hands of our esteemed Jury. With our special Best of the Decade categories and inaugural INDE.Summit, 2020 is the year to make your mark.
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