The Dezeen Awards 2019 is now open for entries. The second edition follows the successful launch last year and is set to showcase outstanding global design.
May 13th, 2019
The inaugural edition of Dezeen Awards attracted over 3,600 entries from all over the world with projects from 91 different countries. UK, US, China, Australia, the Netherlands, Japan, Spain, Denmark, Sweden and Canada were among some of the most successful countries, with multiple shortlisted and winning projects.
Dezeen Awards identifies the world’s best architecture, interiors and design, as well as the studios and the individual architects and designers producing the most outstanding work.
Organised by Dezeen, the world’s most popular and influential architecture and design website, Dezeen Awards is the benchmark for international design excellence and the ultimate accolade for architects and designers everywhere.
In 2019 Dezeen Awards is expanding its international influence with new categories, an esteemed judging panel and a democratic entry process.
What makes Dezeen Awards different from other awards programs:
There are 30 project categories that can be entered in total: 10 each in the sectors of architecture, interiors and design. These include urban house, cultural building, small building, restaurant and bar interior, retail interior, furniture design and wearable design among others.
There are also 16 new categories this year: urban house, rural house, civic building, cultural building, apartment interior, restaurant and bar interior, hotel and short-stay interior, small workspace interior, large workspace interior, seating design, product design, sustainable design, graphic design and installation design.
There will also be six studio categories again, which will name the most outstanding established and emerging design talents. All of the categories can be viewed here.
A jury comprising of an outstanding panel of international architects, designers and academics, will judge Dezeen Awards categories. The esteemed panel includes, Ron Arad, Cristina Celestino, Frida Escobedo, Kelly Hoppen, Lyndon Neri, Marc Newson, Bibi Seck, Philippe Starck, Patricia Urquiola. You can view all of the judges here.
30 May 2019 is the final entries deadline.
Entry fees have been set as low as possible to encourage entries from every type of studio around the world. There are reduced rates for individuals and companies with ten employees or fewer.
Entry fees are as follows:
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