A RIVERINA architect and design studio has been recognised in prestigious international awards.
Corowa-based Regional Design Service co-directors Phillip Nielsen and Aaron Nicholls were nominated in "The Prodigy" category of this year's INDE. Awards covering the Indo-Pacific region.
Regional Design Service has been nominated alongside Flack Studio (Melbourne), Goy Architects (Singapore) and Rafael Miranti Architects (Jakarta).
The INDE. Awards are curated by publishing house Indesign Media to celebrate progressive buildings, spaces, objects, proposals and people in the Indo-Pacific.
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Having marked its third anniversary at Corowa recently, Regional Design Service Director of Design Mr Nielsen said they were passionate about cultivating community awareness of design and how it could enrich rural and regional life.
"To be recognised in these awards is not just a proud moment for us, but also for the communities we have delivered projects in," he said.
"We'll continue to deliver innovative and sustainable design for our surrounding communities; working to demonstrate that architecture and design has a crucial place in rural and regional Australia, and that these communities should benefit from the same quality design as those living in the city."
The winner will be announced during August.