We're now revealing the interiors shortlist for the inaugural Dezeen Awards, including a London church converted into a home, a gallery in a former sex shop in Japan and a multicoloured exhibition in Sweden.
There are 41 projects across eight categories on the Dezeen Awards interiors shortlist, spotlighting the best new interior design from around the globe.
Architects and designers that made the list include Snøhetta, Stanton Williams, Conran and Partners, Studioilse and Note Design Studio.
Projects were scored according to three criteria: whether they were beautiful, innovative, and beneficial to people and planet.
The winner of each category will be announced at a ceremony in London later this year and will go on to compete for the interiors project of the year title.
The architecture shortlist has already been announced, while the design and studios categories will be revealed later this week.
The interiors shortlist is listed below. Click through for more info on each entry:
› Captain Kelly's Cottage, Bruny Island, Australia, by John Wardle Architects
› Maison du Parc, Montreal, Canada, by La Shed Architecture
› A White House, Shanghai, China, by RIGI Design
› Triplex At Sant Antoni, Barcelona, Spain, by Valentí Albareda Tiana
› Bavaria Road, London, UK, by West Architecture
› Kevin, Hong Kong, China, by JAAK Design
› Hidden Tints, Stockholm, Sweden, by Note Design Studio
› Loft Panzerhalle, Salzburg, Austria, by Smartvoll
› Lapa Apartment, Lisbon, Portugal, by Studio Gameiro
› #7 Southlands, Mumbai, India, by Squareworks
› Chapter Kings Cross, London, UK, by Tigg + Coll Architects
› QO Amsterdam, Amsterdam, Netherlands, by Conran and Partners
› Inbetween A Thai Street, Taipei, Taiwan, by JC Architecture
› Lokal, London, UK, by Space10 and Spacon&X
› KOKO Restaurant, Phuket, Thailand, by Studio Locomotive
› Nobu Hotel Shoreditch, London, UK, by Studio Mica
› Lightspeed 2, Montreal, Canada, by ACDF Architecture
› Monoarchi Office, Shanghai, China, by Monoarchi
› IKEA Creative Hub, Malmö, Sweden, by Nanna Lagerman
› M+Space, Beijing, China, by Office AIO
› Office With a Patio, Tokyo, Japan, by Shogo Onodera/Tsukasa Okada
› Lascaux International Centre for Cave Art, Montignac, France, by Casson Mann
› Hackney Town Hall, London, UK, by Hawkins\Brown
› Museum Princessehof, Leeuwarden, Netherlands, by i29
› Learning and Teaching Building Monash University, Clayton, Australia, by John Wardle Architects
› Cut, Koganecho, Japan, by Persimmonhills Architects
› Yueyue Bookstore, Shanghai, China, by Atelier Archmixing
› V&A Museum Main Shop, London, UK, by Friend and Company Architects
› Bake Cheese Tart Shop, Abeno-Ku, Japan, by Fumitaka Suzuki from Yagyug Douguten
› Patom Organic Living, Bangkok, Thailand, by NitaProw
› Aesop Duke of York Square, London, UK, by Snøhetta
› Yasuragi, Saltsjö-Boo, Sweden, by DAPstockholm
› Willow Urban Retreat, Armadale, Australia, by Megan Hounslow and Melanie Beynon
› London Spa, London, UK, by Richard Bell Architecture
› The Wellness Clinic, Harrods, London, UK, by Stanton Williams
› Pharmacy Where Healthy People Gather, Nishinarashino, Japan, by Tsubasa Iwahashi
› Pump Station, Dungeness, UK, by Johnson Naylor
› We Are The Remix, Gothenburg, Sweden, by MUSEEA
› The Lookout, Stockholm, Sweden, by Note Design Studio
› XS House 2018, Taipei, Taiwan, by Phoebe Sayswow Architects
› Refettorio Felix, London, UK, by Studioilse