Dezeen Awards 2020 is now open for entries until 9 June, with discounted entry fees available until 31 March.
Now in its third year, the awards programme has become the benchmark for international design excellence and the ultimate accolade for architects and designers around the world.
London-based designer Adam Nathaniel Furman, whose work includes colourful furniture and interiors, will be one of the Dezeen Awards 2020 judges.
New York-based designer Dror Benshetrit, who leads The We Company's future cities initiative, will be sitting alongside Roosegaarde and Furman to assess entries in the design categories. They will be joined by Stockholm-based designer Emma Olbers and founder of India Design Forum Rajshree Pathy.
American landscape architect Martha Schwarz and founder of UNStudio Ben van Berkel will judge the architecture project categories alongside London-based architect Arthur Mamou-Mani, who designed the 2018 Burning Man temple.
Brad Wray of Branch Studio Architects, whose project Piazza Dell’Ufficio won interior project of the year in 2019 will be participating as a judge for the interiors categories this year. He will be joined by Dubai-based interior designer Pallavi Dean and founders of Istanbul-based multidisciplinary design studio Autoban Seyhan Özdemir and Sefer Çağlar.
Dezeen Awards 2020 will be judged by a panel of a total of 75 industry-leading professionals.
We’ll be announcing more judges soon, so keep your eyes peeled!
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