With less than two weeks to go, see who's currently in the lead in the public vote for our new Dezeen Awards 2021 media categories.
The public vote, which closes on 11 October, allows readers to vote for projects and studios shortlisted in the architecture, interiors, design, sustainability and media categories, as well as architects and designers in line for the studio of the year awards. Winners will receive a special certificate.
The vote closes on Monday, so vote now!
Public vote winners announced in October
Public vote winners will be announced on 18 to 22 October. The public vote is separate from the main Dezeen Awards 2021 judging process, in which entries are assessed by our panel of professional judges. We'll be announcing the Dezeen Awards 2021 winners online in late November.
Who's in the lead?
With 43,667 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!
Architecture photograph of the year
39 per cent – The One by Ema Peter Photography
23 per cent – Niliaitta by Archmospheres
11 per cent – David Brownlow Theatre, Jonathan Tuckey Design by Stephenson&
10 per cent – Shanghai 92 by HGEsch Photography
Eight per cent – Woman and child, Springdale Library, Brampton Canada, RDHA Architects by Nic Lehoux
Six per cent – David Rubenstein Forum 0005 by Angie McMonigal Photography
Three per cent – Bouverie Apartments by Individual
Architecture video of the year
39 per cent – Tadao Ando by HGEsch Photography
31 per cent – Piazza Giardino by Alberto Danelli
12 per cent – Connections by Breadtruck Films
10 per cent – Rural Studio by Breadtruck Films
Eight per cent – Village Lounge, Shangcun by Xiazhi Pictures
Visualisation of the year
44 per cent – Somewhere in the World by Mue Studio
16 per cent – The Mulberry Tree by Marek Wojciechowski Architects
10 per cent – Landmark Pinnacle by V1
Seven per cent – Remember To Breathe by Alexis Christodoulou
Six per cent – The Secret Cave by Unism
Five per cent – Como Terraces, Living by Gabriel Saunders
Four per cent – The Goodtime Hotel, Bar by Gabriel Saunders
Four per cent – Rockaway by Notion Workshop for Eerkes Architects
Two per cent – Peckham Rye Station by Flashforward
Two per cent – The Modern at Embassy Gardens by V1
Website of the year (architecture, interiors, design)
32 per cent – Samuel Day by Samuel Day
26 per cent – Orange Architects by Enchilada and PMS72
16 per cent – Rafael de Cárdenas by Ohlman Consorti and Rafael de Cárdenas
14 per cent – Wyer & Co by Wyer & Co, Studio Round and Pepto Lab
12 per cent – Periscope by Villalba Lawson/United Form
Website of the year (brand)
32 per cent – Plant Designs by Kaleido Grafik
23 per cent – Architextures by Architextures
18 per cent – Muuto by Norgram, Dept Agency, Immeo and Cylindo
13 per cent – Foam by Build in Amsterdam
Nine per cent – Notorious Nooch Co by Wildish & Co
Five per cent – Molten Corporation by Garden Eight