The moment has arrived! Winners of the 30 Dezeen Awards project categories will be announced this week, starting tomorrow with the architecture categories.
The 10 projects that have won Dezeen Awards for architecture will be unveiled on Tuesday. The ten interiors winners will be announced on Wednesday and the ten design winners will be published on Thursday.
Nine top awards winners will be unveiled on 30 October
The winners of the nine top awards will be announced at the Dezeen Awards 2019 party in London on 30 October. These include the overall architecture project of the year, the interiors project of the year, and the design project of the year.
Also being announced on 30 October are the winners of the six studio categories.
These categories are architecture studio and emerging studio of the year, interiors studio and emerging studio of the year, and design studio and emerging studio of the year.
All winners can collect their trophies at Dezeen Awards 2019 party
All winners, including category winners and overall winners, will receive a hand-made trophy designed by Atelier NL, which will come with a specially designed bag by travel brand Hershel.
The Dezeen Awards 2019 party is being held at the beautiful, historic Ennismore Sessions House in Clerkenwell on the evening of Wednesday 30 October.
Dezeen Day, our architecture and design conference, takes place on the same day. Discounted tickets are available to people who want to attend both events.
How Dezeen Awards were judged
Dezeen Awards was judged by a stellar cast of 75 international architects, designers, journalists, curators and other leading industry figures.
Working remotely, each judge scored every longlisted project according to how beautiful, innovative and beneficial they think they are.
This scoring generated winners in each of the 30 project categories and shortlists for the six studio categories.
The nine top awards for the overall best architecture, interiors and design projects, plus the six studio categories, were chosen by our master jury, which convened in London last month.
Three master juries decided the winners
The architecture master jury was made up of architect Kunlé Adeyemi, Morphogenesis founder Sonali Rastogi and Tokyo-based architect Sou Fujimoto, along with SO-IL co-founder Jing Liu and Neri&Hu founder Lyndon Neri.
Head curator of DesignMiami Aric Chen, Atelier NL co-founder Lonny van Ryswyck, London-based furniture designer Yinka Ilori and Front co-founder Sofia Lagerkvist also decided on winners in the design categories.