You spoke, we listened. You now have until 9 February to submit your entries to the INDE.Awards 2018.
25 January, 2018
It’s pretty incredible that the first edition of the INDE.Awards happened only last year. Now we’re into year two and we’re thrilled that so many members of the APAC architecture and design community are excited about entering the 2018 program.
We’re hearing real positivity in our correspondence with A&D all around the region in the lead up to this year’s judging. And with that excitement, we’re also hearing a lot of requests for more time to prepare for entry. We know how it is. Time just gets away sometimes, doesn’t it? Well we want you to give it your best shot, so we’ve pushed back the entry deadline from 29 January.
Hop to it, because our stellar jury is complete, and waiting for your entry:
And don’t forget that we have four new award categories this year: The Multi-Residential Building, The Wellness Space, The Learning Space and The Shopping Space. Make your mark and show the world how APAC leads the way with your most progressive and innovative work.
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