industry insider | Aug 7, 2018 |
Dezeen launches its first-ever awards

Some 3,500-plus entries came in from 91 countries around the world for the Dezeen Awards, with 207 interior design projects named to the longlist. An A-list panel of architects—think Deborah Berke, Carole Baijings, David Adjaye—will judge the best architecture, interiors and design for the magazine's inaugural contest, and the winners will be announced at the 2018 Dezeen Awards ceremony on November 27. In addition to Residential and House, categories include Small Interior, Health and Wellness, Retail, Civic and Cultural, Workspace, and Hospitality.

Fonda Bondi; courtesy TK
Hospitality Interior longlister Fonda Bondi (Australia), by Studio Esteta; courtesy Tessa Ross-Phelan

The longlists of House and Residential Interior talents include:


Clifton, London, by MWAI

Big Space, Little Space; Buffalo, New York, by Davidson Rafailidis

Red Hill Residence, Red Hill, Australia, by Travis Walton Architecture

Triplex at Sant Antoni, Barcelona, Spain, by Valentí Albareda Tiana

Casa Nil, Barcelona, Spain, by Valentí Albareda Tiana

Cloud Villa, Kunshan, China, by Atelier Zerebecky

Red Hill Farm House, Red Hill, Australia, by Carr Design Group

House for a Stationer, London, by Architecture for London

Maison du Parc, Montreal, by La Shed Architecture

Bavaria Road, London, by West Architecture

Twig House, Melbourne, Australia, by Allison Pye Interiors

Darlinghurst Residence, Darlinghurst, Australia, by SJB

Normal Height Residence, San Diego, by Teresa Xu

Palm Beach, Palm Beach, Australia, by Alexander & Co

Captain Kelly’s Cottage, Bruny Island, Australia, by John Wardle Architects

Hide Out, Los Angeles, by Dan Brunn Architecture

A White House, Shanghai, by RIGI Design

Merricks Guesthouse, Merricks North, Australia, by Studio Esteta

MLB Residence, Albert Park, Australia, by Mim Design

Time Tunnel, Kaohsiung City, Taiwan, by HAO Design

St Vincents Place Residence, Albert Park, Australia, by B.E Architecture

Capertee Valley Cottage, Glen Alice, Australia, by Studio Esteta

Home 13, Amsterdam, by i29

Hawthorn House, Hawthorn, Australia, by Eugene Cheah Architecture

House for 4 Generations, Tokyo, by Tomomi Kito Architect & Associates

Sant Gervasi Penthouse, Barcelona, Spain, by Isabel Lopez Vilalta + Asociados


Kevin, Hong Kong, by JAAK Design

M’s Apartment, Beijing, by Office AIO

Mt Buller Chalet Penthouse, Mt Buller, Australia, by Henry Francis Design

The Homecoming of a White City Classic Apartment, Tel Aviv, Israel, by Studio Roni Keren

Hidden Tints, Stockholm, by Note Design Studio

Brooklyn Live Work Loft, New York, by David Bers Architecture

Lapa Apartment, Lisbon, Portugal, by Joao Gameiro Neves Studio

IN 3, Montreal, by Jean Verville

Chapter Kings Cross, London, by Tigg + Coll

Loft in Brooklyn, New York, by Studio Ai Architects

The Melburnian Residence, Melbourne, Australia, by Studio Tate

Gear Wheels Factory, Amsterdam, by Studio Jeroen van Zwetselaar

Queens Road, Los Angeles, by Mass Studio

Darling Point Apartment, Australia, by Chenchow Little

Corbusier Apartment Reconstruction, Berlin, by Philipp Mohr

Apartment in an Old Established Building, Tel Aviv, Israel, by Oshri Aviram & Dana Kushmirski

#7 Southlands, Mumbai, India, by Squareworks

Hornsby Residences, Malvern, Australia, by Conrad Architects

House of Future Contemporary, Taipei, Taiwan, by Studio In2

Loft Panzerhalle, Salzburg, Austria, by Smartvoll

South Yarra Mirror Apartment, South Yarra, Australia, by Golden

Gentle Heart of Steel, Kaohsiung, Taiwan, by HAO Design

Boundary, Taipei, Taiwan, by Fang Shin-Yuan

Vianova, Flims, Switzerland, by Jan Kubasiewicz

AFM Interior, Kiev, Ukraine, by Olha Havelock Wood

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