INDE Awards 2020

INDE Awards 2020

There were over 473 entries, from 14 countries in the Indo-Pacific, showing progressiveness and innovation in an enormous diversity of contexts in this years’ 2020 INDE Awards.

The trophy winners and honourable mention recipients were celebrated in on the evening of Thursday 13 August in true 2020 style via a Digital Event.

Congratulations to those that entered, were shortlisted and those who won in their categories. JRF was thrilled to be a part of the 2020 INDE Awards, sponsoring The Social Space category.

Our passion for The Social Space stems from our long standing history and experience in the hospitality industry. To us, service is everything. We believe there is a strong synergy between what we do as a brand and the hospitality industry.

 

WINNER 
THE SOCIAL SPACE presented by James Richardson Furniture
Sukasantai Farmstay
by Goy Architects

Image by: Fabian Ong

Sukasantai is a family owned and run organic vegetable farm stay located on the highlands of Gunung Gede, Sukabumi, Indonesia. The six-hectacre, organic farm with its communal kitchen, dining space and twelve accommodation rooms, seeks to reacquaint city dwellers with nature and the origins of their food supply.

 

HONOURABLE MENTION 
THE SOCIAL SPACE presented by James Richardson Furniture
For Our Country
by Edition Office and Daniel Boyd

Image by: Ben Hosking

For Our Country is the inaugural National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander War Memorial, commissioned by the Australian War Memorial (AWM) in Canberra and located on Ngunnawal and Ngambri Country. The work provides a space from which to contemplate and commemorate Indigenous connection to country and the sacrifice that Indigenous serving men and woman have made in the protection of their country.

 

Some of our favourites we thought we should mention:

 

WINNER
THE PRODIGY
David Flack & Mark Robinson, Flack Studio

Melbourne-based multi-disciplinary design studio Flack Studio works across sectors, but residential interior architecture has always been a particular passion and forms the bulk of the studio’s portfolio. Projects are approached with respect for the past, an eye to the future, and above all, a conversation with the community of the project – the clients as well as the builders, joiners, tradespeople and suppliers.

 

WINNER
THE WELLNESS SPACE
Gandel Wing, Cabrini Malvern
by Bates Smart

This new acute clinical services building, The Gandel Wing, reinforces the importance Cabrini Health plays in the local community, positioning the organisation as a future-focused market leader in human-centred healthcare. The $120-million building in Malvern, Melbourne spans 16,350 square metres and delivers a complete model of care including state-of-the-art facilities for the treatment of cancer, cardiac, emergency, geriatric care, neurology, infectious diseases and maternity services.

 

WINNER
THE LEARNING SPACE
The Ian Potter Southbank Centre, University of Melbourne
by John Wardle Architects

 

Encouraging curiosity and interaction between musicians and their community, the Ian Potter Southbank Centre (IPSC) is the new home of the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music and celebrates the activities of music rehearsal and practice. Carrying a small footprint, IPSC is organised vertically as a compact eight-level tower and aims to balance the singular concentration required of students with the camaraderie of engaging with others

 

THE WINNER
THE BUILDING
Burwood Brickworks
by NH Architecture with Russell and George

Burwood Brickworks offers relief to suburban living. It exists as an overt rejection of big-box retail, embodied both in its philosophy and its verdant form. Through occupying a uniquely curated space between convenience consumerism and innovative sustainability, Burwood Brickworks defies both the architectural and cultural expectations of the retail arena.

 

View the complete list of winners here. 

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