Stone Garden by Lina Ghotmeh in Beirut

This week we revealed this year's Dezeen Awards winners

This week on Dezeen, we revealed the architecture, interiors, design, media projects and studios that won trophies at the Dezeen Awards 2021.

This year, 50 winners including studios, individual architects and designers were chosen from more than 4,700 entries from 86 different countries.

The Stone Garden apartment block in Lebanon by Lina Ghotmeh won architecture project of the year, while Sher Maker Studio won the interiors project of the year award for the design of its own workspace and studio in Chiang Mai. The design project of the year was won by a large underground parking garage for bicycles in The Hague designed by Dutch studio Silo.

One winner was announced each day over the course of the week in a video show presented by poet and broadcaster LionHeart and experiential designer Nelly Ben Hayoun.

Aerial view of Stadium 974
Demountable stadium built with shipping containers reaches completion in Qatar

In architecture news, a 40,000-seat stadium made from colourful shipping containers and steel was completed in Doha.

Designed by Fenwick Iribarren Architects, Stadium 974 claims to be the first stadium designed to be fully demountable in FIFA World Cup history.

We also rounded up eight completed stadiums for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar. Featured stadiums include a tournament venue designed by Foster + Partners and a stadium by Zaha Hadid Architects informed by the sails found on dhow boats.

World Trade Centre by BIG
Ten statement buildings that never got built

Elsewhere on the site, we rounded up ten statement buildings that never got built, following the recent news that the planned Tulip tower by Foster + Partners was rejected by the UK government.

Our list features 10 other high-profile building projects that were never built including Two World Trade Center by BIG (pictured).

Render of Marmormolen and its waterfront plaza
Henning Larsen reveals plans for "one of the largest contemporary wood structures in Denmark"

We reported on the plans for a Henning Larsen timber building on the eastern edge of Copenhagen. Called Marmormolen, the proposed mixed-use commercial building, would measure 28,000 square metres and be constructed entirely from solid timber.

In other timber news, British designer Thomas Heatherwick's studio and the London-based architecture office Veretec announced plans to create a campus for global pharmaceutical company UCB in southeast England. A three-storey timber structure sits at the project's core.

Oath Hill Park was designed by Kengo Kuma and Associates
Kengo Kuma adds mountain-shaped toilets to hiking trail overlooking Mount Fuji

This week, Japanese architecture studio Kengo Kuma and Associates designed a cluster of cone-shaped toilets overlooking the surrounding Japanese mountains in Oyama.

Another mountainous structure that proved popular with readers was a cabin by architecture practice Demogo. Located on a cliff's edge in the Dolomites, the small cabin appears to balance precariously over the site.

Popular projects this week included a biodegradable vessel designed to fight the spread of deserts and a hillside weekend home in the Mexican countryside.

Our lookbooks this week focused on striking fireplaces that warm up interiors and offices that you could call home.

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