The countdown’s started for the fourth consecutive INDE.Awards, which celebrate the diversity and dynamism of the Indo-Pacific. Creatives from all fields in the region will meet to pay tribute to exceptional projects. Last year, an international judging panel selected INDE.Award winners from over 430 submissions from more than 14 Asia-Pacific countries. The Awards’ objective is to boost the significance of the creative potential and level of design in the region and to place it firmly on the global map.
This year, in partnership with Wilkhahn, the organisers have introduced the new Best of the Decade prize to take the INDE.Awards to a new level. Two accolades in the categories Best of the Decade | The Living Space and Best of the Decade | The Work Space will be presented. The Work Space category will honour a project whose workspace design redefines the meaning of how and where we work.
We’re delighted to help launch the new category and that one Wilkhahn product makes an appearance in a shortlisted project. Our Graph conference chair, for instance, is encountered in the Carpe Diem Community in Tower 2 of the International Towers, which were designed by Geyer/International Towers Australia. As a partner, we need to be neutral, but why not seize the day and take a look at the International Towers in Sydney? It’s definitely worth it.
But nothing’s been decided yet. Here you find the shortlist of the INDE.Awards 2020 People’s Choice in the Best of the Decade | The Work Space category.
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You can find more information on the INDE-Awards here.
A look back at the INDE.Awards 2019.