Collaboration and partnerships are at the heart of all great design. Meet our first INDE.Awards sponsors for 2018. They’re helping you get close to greatness! Let’s go APAC!
12 January, 2018
For the INDE.Awards, we’re celebrating the most exciting and the best in contemporary design. And as in our inaugural year, we are working with a great team to make the 2018 awards the defining regional celebration of design! With this in mind, we’re very exciting to announce the following brands as sponsors for the INDE.Awards in 2018.
We are thrilled to announce that Zenith Interiors, furniture and workplace solutions specialists for corporate and commercial environments, are joining us as Platinum Sponsor again in 2018.
The Multi-Residential Building, one of our four new award categories in 2018, is being sponsored by Bosch – a global supplier of technology and services, including smart home solutions.
German designer of high-end home appliances Gaggenau is joining us again as sponsor of The Living Space award category.
Once again we welcome Schiavello, designer and manufacturer of advanced furniture for work environments, as our Launch Pad Sponsor.
We are proud to announce these partnerships with the brands that change the landscape of contemporary design. We ask you to join us in supporting them, as they support the INDE.Awards.
Partnering with the INDE.Awards connects you to an audience of architects, interior and industrial designers, developers, specifiers, industry professionals, and the design-savvy public who are supporting our region’s design talent on the global stage.
As we continue to announce further INDE. partnerships soon, be sure to follow the awards via our social channels and stay connected with our sponsors and partners!
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