The INDE.Awards 2020 shortlist is officially in! Without further ado, here are the exemplary design projects, people and objects that prevailed this year’s record-breaking entries.
OMA’s first foray onto Bali’s hospitality scene brings local culture to the heart of one of the island’s most desirable destinations, Potato Head Bali.
Farming Architects’ VAC-Library is an aquaponic system for children to learn about urban farming, sustainable food production and renewable energy.
Pelci Brisbane blesses Pellicano’s South City Square with a holistic skin and beauty clinic, designed by Collectivus to enhance mood and cultivate confidence.
Whether it’s sakura in spring, fireworks in fall, or the up-coming Summer Olympics, Tokyo is a perennial tourist hub. But where to stay? A special niche in the alleyways of Kagurazaka might be your refuge.
Celebrated ambassador of Spanish design, Lladró, has opened the doors to its first bricks-and-mortar boutique in Oceania, adding Sydney to its list of flagship locations.
A farm stay on the hills of Sukabumi, Indonesia, offers Goy Architects the chance to help realise a visionary client’s intention to build simply and sustainably for the community and beyond.
The importance of being outside and in nature is seeing a shift in the design of hospitality venues as they blur the lines between interior and exterior space.
From the divine collaboration that is Thomas Coward and Hana Hakim comes Il Bosco – the Artedomus Brisbane Showroom, disguised as the apartment of your dreams.