Chinese architect Rossana Hu will be joined by Italian architect Stefano Boeri, architect and designer Fabio Novembre, curator Alia Al-Senussi and co-founder of The Decorators Mariana Pestana to judge the fifth edition of Dezeen Awards.
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Now in its fifth year, the programme has become the ultimate accolade for architects and designers everywhere, with winners selected by a prestigious panel of international judges.
Read on for the second out of seven announcements in which we will reveal the 93 industry professionals who will be judging your entries this year.
Also on the panel is Joseph Henry, urbanist and co-host of architecture diversity platform Sound Advice, who is also ambassador to the London School of Architecture and advisor to urban research group Theatrum Mundi.
They are joined by Portuguese architect Marianna Pestana, who co-founded London-based collective The Decorators and works to improve spaces in the public realm through multidisciplinary interventions.
Rossana Hu is a Chinese architect and co-founder of multidisciplinary architecture studio Neri+Hu, and she is judging the interiors categories at Dezeen Awards this year. The Shanghai-based practice won architecture studio of the year at Dezeen Awards 2021.
Judging the design categories at Dezeen Awards 2022 is princess Alia Al-Senussi. Al-Senussi grew up between Egypt and America, and now works with art institutions around the world to help achieve social change through art.
She is joined by Dezeen Awards 2021 emerging studio of the year winners Priyanka Sharma and Dushyant Bansal of Studio Raw Material. The India-based duo creates furniture and objects from marble offcuts.
Also on the panel is Argentinian graphic designer Mario Eskenazi, whose studio is based in Barcelona.
Joining him is Kenyan architect and furniture designer Moran Munyuthe of Saba Studios. Munyuthe works with local craftsmen on Lamu Island to create handmade contemporary furniture informed by Swahili design.
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