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Dezeen Awards 2020: The World’s Best Architecture, Interiors and Design Competition

Geschreven op 2-3-2018 - Erik van Erne. Geplaatst in Agenda, Design Facebooktwitterredditpinterestlinkedintumblrmail

Update 28 January 2020: Dezeen Awards 2020 opens for entries next week on February 4, with eight new architecture, interiors and design categories to enter.

All of the last year’s categories will be available to enter again, with the chance to get your work in front of a stellar lineup of judges and compete for a coveted Dezeen Awards trophy.

The architecture categories include urban house, rural house, housing project, civic building, cultural building, rebirth project and small building.

Interiors designers have twelve categories to choose from, including house interior, apartment interior and hotel and short-stay interior.

Design categories include furniture design, lighting design, homeware design, product design, sustainable design and graphic design.

New architecture categories for this year include landscape project and infrastructure project. There are also new architectural lighting design and exhibition design categories.

Two of last year’s most popular interiors categories have been split. There are now two retail interiors categories – one for spaces that are over 250 square metres in size and another for smaller spaces. Individual bar interior and restaurant interior categories also replace last year’s combined category.

This increases the total number of categories to 42 for Dezeen Awards 2020, which opens for entries on 4 February 2020.

31`October 2019: Emerging architecture, interiors and design studios of the year named at Dezeen Awards.

Edition Office, Linehouse and Takt Project have been named the best emerging studios of the year at the Dezeen Awards party in London.

Australian studio Edition Office was named best emerging architecture studio, while Linehouse from China won best emerging interiors studio and Takt Project from Japan scooped best emerging design studio.

The three winning studios were chosen from 17 emerging studios shortlisted in September. The winners were chosen by master juries who met in London last month to review the shortlists. They made their selections based on evidence of strong vision and achievement, business success, client satisfaction and positive impact.

Dezeen Awards architecture, interiors and design studios of the year revealed. Vo Trong Nghia ArchitectsSevilPeach and Studio Drift have been named best architecture, interiors and design studios of the year at Dezeen Awards 2019.

The winning studios were revealed at the Dezeen Awards party held at Ennismore Sessions House in London, which was attended by 250 guests. The three winners, chosen from 16 shortlisted studios, are based in Vietnam, the UK and the Netherlands.

They were chosen by this year’s master juries, which met in London in September. They made their selections based on business success, client satisfaction, positive impact, and strong vision and achievement. Viettel Academy Education Centre was designed by Vo Trong Nghia Architects, winner of the architecture studio of the year. Top image: Vo Trong Nghia Architects also designed an office for Viettel. Vietnamese studio Vo Trong Nghia was named architect of the year by the architecture master jury, which consisted of Sou Fujimoto, Lyndon Neri, Kunlé Adeyemi, Sonali Rastogi and Jing Liu.

“The studio has an acute awareness of the context that it is working in,” the jury said. “Vietnam’s past is very much present in the work but it also recognises the modernity of the country.”

SevilPeach, which is the interior designer of the year, designed the Artek HQ. London-based studio SevilPeach was selected as interior designer of the year. The jury championed interior design studio SevilPeach’s work for being “intelligent and skilfully put together”. SevilPeach designs peaceful, calming spaces that appear effortless,” explained the judges. “Its animated interiors play with light, acoustics and moments of colour.”

Inside Outside/Petra Blaisse, which designed the LocHal library, was highly commended in the interior studio of the year category. The interiors master jury, which consisted of Eva Jiricna, Eero Koivisto, Matali Crasset, Ab Rogers and Yoko Choy, also highly commended Dutch studio Inside Outside/Petra Blaisse for its “transformative interventions”. “Inside Outside/Petra Blaisse has an extraordinary knowledge of the interior and understanding of light,” the judges explained. “Its innovative work has a meaningful tactile nature.”

Studio Drift, which designed Franchise Freedom at Kennedy Space Centre, is the design studio of the year. The design jury, which consisted of Philippe Starck, Nelly Ben Hayoun, Yinka Ilori, Aric Chen, Lonny van Ryswyck and Sofia Lagerkvist, named Studio Drift as designer of the year.

Studio Drift has consistently produced good work over the last two years,” said the judges. “They have successfully accomplished a lot of ambitious projects that explore the relationship between nature and technology, as well as our relationship with technology.” The Amsterdam studio also won the lighting design category with their Franchise Freedom installation.

Each winner was presented with a hand-made trophy designed by Atelier NL. All the category winners were announced earlier this year.

17 October 2019: The 10 winning design projects for Dezeen Awards 2019 have been revealed. The list includes public seating that doubles up as a barrier, a silent wearable breast pump and a self-cleaning water bottle.

One of the ten category winners will be given the overall design project of the year prize at the Dezeen Awards 2019 party in London on 30 October. All winners will receive a hand-made trophy by Atelier NL presented in a special carrying case by Herschel.

16 October 2019: The 10 interiors projects that have won Dezeen Awards 2019 have been announced. They include a compact black house designed to stand out like a minimalist sculpture, and a micro-flat in Taipei.

One of the ten category winners will be named overall interior project of the year at the Dezeen Awards 2019 party in London on 30 October. All winners will receive a hand-made trophy by Atelier NL presented in a special carrying case by Herschel.

15 Ocober 2019: The 10 winning architecture projects for Dezeen Awards 2019 have been revealed. They include a cultural centre overlooking the Persian Gulf and a locomotive shed that has been transformed into a public library.

One of the ten category winners will be named overall architecture project of the year at the Dezeen Awards 2019 party in London on 30 October. All winners will receive a hand-made trophy by Atelier NL presented in a special carrying case by Herschel.

11 July 2019: Established studios Rockwell GroupStudio Gang and Barber & Osgerby and emerging talents such as Mamou-ManiPeter Pichler and Biasol are among 116 practices on the 2019 longlist for Dezeen Awards studio of the year and emerging studio categories.

The Dezeen Awards studio categories will name the most outstanding design talents of the past year.

Awards will be given to the best studios in each of the architecture, interior design and design categories, with studios founded less than 10 years ago competing in the emerging studio categories and more established practices battling to be named studio of the year.

10 July 2019: Lamps decorated with bacteria cultures, a swarm of drones programmed to mimic a flock of birds and the world’s first modular hearing aid are among 261 design projects that made the 2019 longlist for Dezeen Awards.

Dezeen attracted over 4,500 entries from 87 different countries for the second edition of their awards programme, which celebrates the best new architecture, interiors and design in the world.

The longlist for the design categories features some of the most respected names in the industry including Barber & Osgerby, Patricia Urquiola and Karim Rashid, as well as emerging designers such as Studio Baku.

Other highlights from the design longlist include a sustainable algae micro-farm for the homesmart collar designed to protect athletes from concussion and a chair that can be endlessly recycled.

This year’s design longlist also features biodegradable coffee cups made from gourds, a self-heating smart jacket and an “anti-digital” pop-up bistro that encourages you to put away your phone.

9 July 2019: There are 259 interior design projects on the longlist for Dezeen Awards 2019, including a pink vegan pizza place, a bunker-like apartment and a library in an old locomotive shed.

The longlist for the interior categories features an array of impressive names, including Conran and Partners, Universal Design Studio, Snøhetta and Rockwell Group.

It also includes a holiday house which is designed to stand out like a minimalist sculpture, a family home with an indoor climbing wall  and a cathedral-inspired cafe.

The shortlists will now be decided by our panel of judges, which includes Patricia Urquiola, David Rockwell, Kelly Hoppen and Sevil Peach.

8 July 2019: We received more than 4,500 entries from 87 different countries for the second edition of Dezeen Awards, which recognises the world’s best architecture, interiors and design projects, as well as the best individuals and studios.

An art gallery built into a sand dune, a pastel-pink church hall and Europe’s first underwater restaurant are among 267 architecture projects that made the 2019 longlist for Dezeen Awards 2019.

Dezeen attracted over 4,500 entries from 87 different countries for the second edition of the awards programme, which celebrates the world’s best new architecture, interiors and design.

The longlist for the architecture categories features some of the most respected names in the industry, including Foster + Partners, David Chipperfield Architects, Studio Gang and Snøhetta.

It also features many smaller studios that are prolific in their home countries, such as Vo Trong Nghia Architects in Vietnam and the UK’s Peter Barber Architects.

Other highlights from the architecture longlist include a house on the Great Wall of China, a cyclone shelter in Bangladesh, a concrete pavilion with a 3D-knitted formwork and the UK’s first sustainable mosque.

The projects will now be judged by leading architects and industry figures, including Frida Escobedo, Sou Fujimoto, Doriana Fuksas and Winy Maas ahead of the shortlist announcement in September. The winner of each category of the Dezeen Awards, which will be announced in October, will go on to compete for the title of architecture project of the year.

The longlists for the interiors and design categories will be announced very soon.

27 July 2018: A table made from flexible concrete cloth, a garment that could allow humans to breathe underwater and tableware made from food waste are among 171 design projects that made the longlist for the inaugural Dezeen Awards.

There were more than 3,500 entries for the first edition of our new awards programme, across architecture, interiors and design.

The design longlist features industry-leading names such as Nendo, Barber and Osgerby, Marc Newson and Patricia Urquiola. It also includes leading brands like Google and IKEA, plus rising talents such as Normal Studio, Tom Fereday and Envisions.

Other highlights from the list include a wax chair pockmarked by melting balls of resinclothes that grow as a child does, a UV sensor that tracks sun exposure and a reusable tampon applicator.

The list will now be judged by a panel of designers and industry figures, including Benjamin Hubert, Paul Priestman and Mette Hay. The shortlist selected by the judges will be announced in August, while the winners will be revealed in a ceremony in London in November.

The winners of each category will also compete to be named design project of the year – one of nine Ultimate Design Awards, a top tier of accolades that will honour the most outstanding design talent of the year. The architecture and interiors longlists have now also been announced.

2 maart 2018: Dezeen Awards is open for entries! Dezeen’s first ever awards programme celebrating the world’s best architecture, interiors and design is now accepting submissions.

This new annual programme will be the benchmark for international design excellence and the ultimate accolade for architects and designers everywhere.

You have until 30 June to enter the awards, with discounted entry fees available until 11 April. There are 30 categories you can enter in total: ten each in the sectors of architecture, interiors and design. Entry prices have been set as low as possible to encourage individual designers and studios from around the world to enter, and there are lower rates for smaller firms.

The awards will be judged by a stellar jury of world-renowned figures including David Adjaye, Rossana Hu, Patrizia Moroso and Benjamin Hubert, with many more big names to be announced soon.

Winners of the Dezeen Awards 2018 will be announced at a dazzling event in London at the end of the year.

See also: The eVolo 2018 Skyscraper Competition

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