Entry numbers were up by ten per cent this year – a fantastic sign of a resilient regional industry coming together despite the challenges of the day.
12 March, 2020
A record-breaking 473 entries were received from all around the Indo-Pacific region for the INDE.Awards 2020 – what a way to ring in our special ‘Best of the Decade’ year and the twentieth anniversary of Indesign Media!
The final figures represent a ten-per-cent increase on entry numbers from 2019, and entries from countries in Asia are up by seven per cent. This year we received entries from 14 locations around the region: Australia, China (excluding Hong Kong), Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, New Zealand, the Philippines, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam.
– Raj Nandan, Founder & CEO, Indesign Media Asia Pacific
Now it’s all in the hands of our esteemed Jury. They are about to begin scrutinising, analysing and weighing up the strengths of entries in the following 15 categories: The Building, The Multi-Residential Building, The Living Space, The Work Space, The Social Space, The Shopping Space, The Learning Space, The Wellness Space, The Design Studio, The Influencer, The Object, The Luminary, The Prodigy, Best of the Decade | The Living Space and Best of the Decade | The Work Space.
You’ll get to have your say too. People’s Choice voting for Best of the Decade | The Living Space and Best of the Decade | The Work Space will open soon. Stay tuned!
Pre-registration for the first ever INDE.Summit is now open. Click here for more info on this CPD-endorsed day of regional insights, to be held on 14 August at the Australian National Maritime Museum.
We can’t wait to reveal the INDE.Awards 2020 Shortlist in the months ahead, and the winners on the evening of 14 August.
Good luck to all entrants!
Photo of Raj Nandan and Alice Blackwood at INDE.Awards 2019 Gala by Einwick.
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