Bangkok-based NITAPROW The Prodigy nominees chart their progress from prestigious architecture schools to one of the region’s emerging practices to watch.
In just three years, Melbourne practice Studio Esteta has established itself as a presence to watch on the Australian design stage. We go behind the scenes to learn what makes these 2019 INDE.Awards’ The Prodigy nominees tick.
“Design Has Become a Currency in its Own Right”: Habitus House of the Year Judge Raj Nandan Looks Back on 10 Years of Habitus
Habitus House of the Year judge and Indesign Media CEO and Founder Raj Nandan reflects on the highlights of 10 years of Habitus and Indo-Pacific design excellence.
“It Just Keeps Gaining Confidence”: Habitus House of the Year Judge Karen McCartney on the Emergence of a Regional Design Character
Founding Editor of Inside Out magazine and Habitus House of the Year 2018 judge Karen McCartney explains why Indo-Pacific design is coming into its own.
“The House as a Backdrop for Living”: Habitus House of the Year Judge Howard Tanner on the Power of Good Design
Since day one, Habitus has championed the notion of “design as a way of life”. Howard Tanner, a judge of this year’s inaugural Habitus House of the Year program, couldn’t agree more.
“More Than Mannerisms of the Day”: Habitus House of the Year Judge Neil Burley on the Importance of Considered Design and Craftsmanship
House of the Year Judge Neil Burley discusses the critical importance of careful planning and craftsmanship.
Habitus Founding Editor and Chair of the 2018 Habitus House of the Year Jury Paul McGillick discusses the origins of Habitus and the Indo-Pacific’s evolving design identity.
Australia’s beloved Academy Tiles, together with Hungarian concrete specialist KAZA, have launched the inaugural Academy KAZA Tile Design Competition.