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There are now less than two weeks left for you to vote for your favourite Dezeen Awards projects and studios, here is an update on votes cast so far in each of the 12 interiors categories.

The voting progress for the architecture categories was shared yesterday and we’ll be sharing the progress for design and studio categories tomorrow and Thursday.

Closing on 12 October, the public vote allows readers to vote for projects and studios shortlisted in the architecture, interiors and design categories, as well as architects and designers in line for the studio of the year awards. Winners will receive a special certificate.

Voting is open for another two weeks so get started today!

Click here to vote ›

Public vote winners announced in October

Public vote winners will be announced 19-22 October. The public vote is separate from the main Dezeen Awards 2020 judging process, in which entries are assessed by professional judges.

We’ll be announcing the Dezeen Awards 2020 winners online at the end of November.

Who’s ahead in the voting

With 28,985 votes received so far, here is a snapshot of which projects and studios have received the most support. There’s still time to influence the results so keep voting!



a sign on the side of a building: Kew Residence by John Wardle Architects, Breezeway House by David Boyle Architect, Art Villa by Formafatal, House in Kyoto by 07Beach, and Bismarck House by Andrew Burges Architects, David Harrison and Karen McCartney


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Kew Residence by John Wardle Architects, Breezeway House by David Boyle Architect, Art Villa by Formafatal, House in Kyoto by 07Beach, and Bismarck House by Andrew Burges Architects, David Harrison and Karen McCartney

House interior

29% – Kew Residence by John Wardle Architects

22% – Breezeway House by David Boyle Architect

20% – Art villa, Puntarenas by Formafatal

19% – House in Kyoto by 07BEACH

10% – Bismarck House by Andrew Burges Architects



a sign on the side of a building: The Gymnasium by Robbert de Goede, Jaffa House 4 by Pitsou Kedem, The Melburnian Apartment by Edition Office, La Nave by Nomos, and Apartment Block by Coffey Architects


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The Gymnasium by Robbert de Goede, Jaffa House 4 by Pitsou Kedem, The Melburnian Apartment by Edition Office, La Nave by Nomos, and Apartment Block by Coffey Architects

Apartment interior

35% – The Gymnasium by Robbert de Goede

29% – Jaffa House 4 by Pitsou Kedem Architects

19% – The Melburnian Apartment  by Edition Office

10% – La Nave by NOMOS

7% – Apartment Block  by Coffey Architects



a sign on the side of a building: Tori Tori Santa Fe by Esrawe Studio, Voisin Organique by Various Associates, DooSooGoBang by Limtaehee Design Studio, % Arabica, West Jianguo Road by Blue Architecture Studio, and Embers Restaurant by Curvink Architects


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Tori Tori Santa Fe by Esrawe Studio, Voisin Organique by Various Associates, DooSooGoBang by Limtaehee Design Studio, % Arabica, West Jianguo Road by Blue Architecture Studio, and Embers Restaurant by Curvink Architects

Restaurant interior

35% – Tori Tori Santa Fe by Esrawe Studio

23% – Voisin Organique by Various Associates

15% – DooSooGoBang by Studio Lim

14% – %Arabica Coffee by B.L.U.E. Architecture Studio

13% – Embers Restaurant by Curvink Architects



a close up of a sign: Dongshang by Imafuku Architects, The Berkeley Bar and Terrace by Bryan O'Sullivan Studio, Mercantile Wine Bar by Islyn Studio, The Flow of Ecstatic by Daosheng Design, and A Secret Bar in a Lively Downtown by Atelier Xy


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Dongshang by Imafuku Architects, The Berkeley Bar and Terrace by Bryan O’Sullivan Studio, Mercantile Wine Bar by Islyn Studio, The Flow of Ecstatic by Daosheng Design, and A Secret Bar in a Lively Downtown by Atelier Xy

Bar interior

29% – Dongshang by Imafuku Architects

26% – The Berkeley Bar & Terrace by Bryan O’Sullivan Studio

18% – Mercantile Wine Bar by Islyn Studio

17% – The Flow of Ecstatic by Daosheng Design

10% – A secret bar by Atelier Xy



a sign on the side of a building: Casa Palerm by OHLAB, Maana Kamo by Uoya Shigenori, Capsule Hostel and Bookstore by Atelier Tao+C, Escondido Oaxaca Hotel by Decada and Carlos Couturier, and Trunk House by Trunk


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Casa Palerm by OHLAB, Maana Kamo by Uoya Shigenori, Capsule Hostel and Bookstore by Atelier Tao+C, Escondido Oaxaca Hotel by Decada and Carlos Couturier, and Trunk House by Trunk

Hotel and short-stay interior

34% – Casa Palerm by OHLAB

26% – Maana Kamo by Maana Homes

19% – Capsule hostel in a rural library by Atelier Tao+C

16% – Escondido Oaxaca Hotel by Decada Muebles

5% – Trunk House by Trunk



a sign on the side of a building: Les Capucins by Atelier L2, Office In Cardboard by Studio VDGA Weinmanufaktur Clemens Strobl by Destilat Design Studio, The Audo by Norm Architects, and KCC Office by KCC Design


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Les Capucins by Atelier L2, Office In Cardboard by Studio VDGA Weinmanufaktur Clemens Strobl by Destilat Design Studio, The Audo by Norm Architects, and KCC Office by KCC Design

Large workspace interior

38% – Les Capucins by ATELIER L2

25% – Office In Cardboard by Studio_VDGA

16% – Weinmanufaktur Clemens Strobl by Destilat Design Studio

15% – The Audo by Norm Architects

6% – KCC Office by KCC – Design



a sign on the side of a building: Grain Loft Studio by Richard Parr Associates, Tiny Offices by Dutch Invertuals, Office for DDB Prague by B² Architecture, CODO by Loftwork and Shuhei Goto Architects, and 12 by Ortraum Architects


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Grain Loft Studio by Richard Parr Associates, Tiny Offices by Dutch Invertuals, Office for DDB Prague by B² Architecture, CODO by Loftwork and Shuhei Goto Architects, and 12 by Ortraum Architects

Small workspace interior

34% – Grain loft studio by Richard Parr Associates

23% – Tiny Offices by Dutch Invertuals

17% – Office for creative advertising agency DDB Prague  by B² Architecture

13% – CODO  by Loftwork and Shuhei Goto Architects

13% – 12 by ORTRAUM Architects



a sign on the side of a building: Grupo Arca Design Center by Esrawe Studio, The Webster by Adjaye Associates, PSLab London by JamesPlumb, Supreme San Francisco by Brinkworth, Reigning Champ by Peter Cardew Architects and Issey Miyake Semba by Noma


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Grupo Arca Design Center by Esrawe Studio, The Webster by Adjaye Associates, PSLab London by JamesPlumb, Supreme San Francisco by Brinkworth, Reigning Champ by Peter Cardew Architects and Issey Miyake Semba by Noma

Large retail interior

31% – Grupo Arca Design Center by Esrawe Studio

29% – The Webster by Adjaye Associates

18% – PSLab London by PSLab

14% – Supreme San Francisco by Brinkworth

5% – Reigning Champ by Peter Cardew Architects

3% – Issey Miyake Semba by NOMA



Glossier Seattle by Glossier, Sweat-Yourself-Shop by Freitag Lab, Aesop Shinjuku by Case-Real, Small Icon by I IN, and Freitag Store Kyoto by Freitag Lab


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Glossier Seattle by Glossier, Sweat-Yourself-Shop by Freitag Lab, Aesop Shinjuku by Case-Real, Small Icon by I IN, and Freitag Store Kyoto by Freitag Lab

Small retail interior

33% –Glossier Seattle by Glossier 31% – FREITAG Sweat-Yourself-Shop by FREITAG lab

16% – AESOP Shinjuku by CASE-REAL

13% – small ICON by I IN

7% – FREITAG Store Kyoto by FREITAG lab



En Skincare by Archiee, Vikasa by Enter Projects Asia, EKH Children's Hospital by IF, Bathhouse by Verona Carpenter Architects, and Domstate Zorghotel by Van Eijk & Van der Lubbe


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En Skincare by Archiee, Vikasa by Enter Projects Asia, EKH Children’s Hospital by IF, Bathhouse by Verona Carpenter Architects, and Domstate Zorghotel by Van Eijk & Van der Lubbe

Leisure and wellness interior

36% – En skincare by ARCHIEE

27% – Vikasa by Enter Projects Asia

19% – EKH Children’s Hospital by IF

11% – Bathhouse by Verona Carpenter Architects

7% – Domstate Zorghotel by Van Eijk & Van der Lubbe



a sign on the side of a building: MuseumLab by Koning Eizenberg Architecture, Church of Pope John Paul II by Robert Gutowski Architects, Coca-Cola Stage at the Alliance Theatre by Trahan Architects, Crematorium Siesegem by Kaan Architecten, and Models in Model by Wutopia Lab


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MuseumLab by Koning Eizenberg Architecture, Church of Pope John Paul II by Robert Gutowski Architects, Coca-Cola Stage at the Alliance Theatre by Trahan Architects, Crematorium Siesegem by Kaan Architecten, and Models in Model by Wutopia Lab

Civic and cultural interior

29% – MuseumLab by Koning Eizenberg Architecture

25% – Church of Pope John Paul II by Robert Gutowski Architects

22% – Coca-Cola Stage at the Alliance Theatre by Trahan Architects

14% – Crematorium Siesegem by KAAN Architecten

10% – Models in Model by Wutopia Lab



a close up of a library: Project #13 by Studio Wills + Architects, Writer's Studio by Eric J Smith, Single Person Gallery by Offhand Practice, Basic Coffee by Office AIO, and Smart Zendo by Sim-Plex Design Studio


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Project #13 by Studio Wills + Architects, Writer’s Studio by Eric J Smith, Single Person Gallery by Offhand Practice, Basic Coffee by Office AIO, and Smart Zendo by Sim-Plex Design Studio

Small interior

26% – PROJECT #13 by Studio Wills + Architects

23% – Writer’s Studio by Eric J. Smith Architect

19% – Single Person Gallery by Offhand Practice

17% – Basic Coffee by Office AIO

15% – Smart Zendo by Sim-Plex Design Studio

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