Great news: as of today, you officially have another two weeks to get your entries in for Sustainability Awards 2020! Here’s what the judges are looking for.
Where in the world can you tune into masterclasses from globally leading architects and designers; gain unfettered access new product releases; and interact with industry trailblazers?
With the fourteenth annual Architecture & Design Sustainability Awards to be held November 12 in Melbourne, Victoria, the time to enter is now.
Now more than ever we retreat to the sanctuaries that are our homes, looking to architects and designers to provide spaces that keep us safe and clean, and promote our wellbeing.
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.
The 2020 programme for the Sustainability Awards is set to be a markedly different affair from the previous year – not least due to its first-time venture down to Melbourne in its 14th year.
Partu (Skin) is a collaborative project between Johnny Nargoodah, a Nyikina man, and Trent Jansen, a design anthropologist, that explores different methods of collaboration while maintaining equal co-authorship.
Caroma on Collins is much more than the Sydney flagship showroom for the iconic Australian bathroom brand. It’s also a place for the local architecture and design community to gather, learn and grow.
In light of the extra time you may be spending at home over the weekend and during the week, the current issue of Habitus is now available to read, for free, online at Habitus Living from cover to cover.
Living Edge announces a total site refresh and the results allow Design Hunters across Australia a tailored, optimised, easy browsing experience. If you haven’t done so already we encourage you to check it out.