The 2021 INDE.Award Ambassadors represent architecture and design at its best throughout the Indo-Pacific. The Ambassadors originate from a variety of countries that include India, Australia, Singapore, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Thailand and Indonesia and they are the definitive voice of the INDE.Awards in the region.
The Sherman Centre for Culture and Ideas (SCCI) has announced its live line-up for Stepping Stones, which is dedicated to fashion and architecture initiatives for youth.
As a category The Luminary pays tribute to those who have contributed to enrich the architecture and design community throughout their working lives. With Wilkhahn as sponsor, this year there are three Luminaries who together represent the very best in design through their individuality, dedication and talent.
They are young and talented and leading the pack! The INDE.Awards Prodigy stands out from the crowd and makes a unique contribution to the world of architecture and design.
Multi-residential living is the way of the future and whether you live in Hong Kong or Mumbai, Melbourne or Singapore good design makes all the difference to our lifestyle and wellbeing.
With 16 of the world’s best architects and designers on the INDE.Awards jury, this year shapes up to be a singular awards program and one not to be missed.
A new book on Australian architecture responds to Australian architect Robin Boyd’s seminal text, The Australian Ugliness, as it takes a fresh look at the nation’s ‘ugly past’ through a series of critical essays by multiple authors.
Rainy Sydney played host to the INDE.Awards mixer event: an opportunity for the industry to come together and celebrate a 2020 programme unlike any other.
While the 50th issue of Habitus is about to hit the shelves, it is only my first issue as editor. Having reached such a significant milestone in the magazine’s history, we explore the notion of legacy.