With less than two weeks to go, see who's currently in the lead in the public vote for our new Dezeen Awards 2021 sustainability 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.
Voting is open for another two weeks so get started today!
Public vote winners announced in October
Public vote winners will be announced 18-22 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 40,907 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!
58 per cent – The Arc at Green School Bali by Ibuku
11 per cent – ciAsa Aqua Bad Cortina by Pedevilla Architects
Seven per cent – Welcome to the Jungle House by CplusC Architectural Workshop
Seven per cent – The Kendeda Building for Innovative Sustainable Design by The Miller Hull Partnership and Lord Aeck Sargent
Five per cent – Kamikatsu Zero Waste Center by Hiroshi Nakamura & NAP
29 per cent – Bermonds Locke by Holloway Li
24 per cent – Valo Hotel & Work by SSA Hotels/ Valo Hotel & Work
23 per cent – Furniture Pavilion S by Rooi Design and Research
17 per cent – MO de Movimiento by Lucas Muñoz
Eight per cent – Lolita Eipprova by Triiijie
28 per cent – Aquastor by Zihao Design
26 per cent – Common Sands: Forite Tiles by Studio Plastique, Snøhetta and Fornace Brioni
15 per cent – Ptacek Home Chunk Line by Thomas J Ptacek
15 per cent – Alive by The Living
Eight per cent – Notpla by Superunion
Seven per cent – Honext Material by Honext Material