See which studios are currently in the lead in the Dezeen Awards 2021 public vote
With just over one week left to vote, here is the current leaderboard for the studio categories in the Dezeen Awards 2021 public vote.
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 one more week, so vote now!
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 45,311 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 studio of the year
28 per cent – SO - IL
23 per cent – LAN (Local Architecture Network)
20 per cent – Pedevilla Architects
17 per cent – NADAAA
12 per cent – Neri&Hu
Emerging architecture studio of the year
34 per cent – Mold Architects
26 per cent – Leckie Studio Architecture + Design
17 per cent – ODDO Architects
16 per cent – Studio Puisto Architects
Six per cent – Penda China
Interior design studio of the year
35 per cent – Sarit Shani Hay Design Studio
21 per cent – Home Studios
19 per cent – Fyra
14 per cent – Case-Real
11 per cent – Rafael de Cárdenas
Emerging interior design studio of the year
38 per cent – WGNB
25 per cent – Fumihiko Sano Studio
13 per cent – File Under Pop
12 per cent – Child Studio
12 per cent – The Guild of Saint Luke
Design studio of the year
26 per cent – Yabu Pushelberg
20 per cent – Superflux
17 per cent – Dn&co
15 per cent – Form Us With Love
14 per cent – Lee Broom
Eight per cent - Estudi Antoni Arola
Emerging design studio of the year
40 per cent – Yakusha Design
23 per cent – Marjan van Aubel Studio
12 per cent – Studio Raw Material
10 per cent – Tom Fereday Design
Nine per cent – A Space
Six per cent – ThusThat