The public vote, which closes on 10 October, gives Dezeen readers the opportunity to vote for their favourite shortlisted project in the architecture, interiors, design, sustainability and media categories, plus the practitioners who they think should be crowned studio of the year.
Voting is open for just under two weeks. Remember to verify your vote to make it count!
Public vote winners revealed in October
Public vote winners will be published 17 to 21 October on Dezeen. The public vote is separate from the main Dezeen Awards 2022 judging process, in which entries are scored by our star-studded panel of judges.
We will be naming the Dezeen Awards 2022 winners in late November.
Who is in the lead?
Of almost 30,000 votes that have been cast and verified across all categories so far, the design categories received over 6,500 verified votes.
Read on for a quick snapshot of Dezeen readers' favourite designs so far.
› 31 per cent – Petra Table by Peca
› 24 per cent – Low Collection by EBBA Architects
› 17 per cent – Intersection Worktable by Snøhetta
› 17 per cent – ReFramed Bed System by Tim Rundle Studio
› 11 per cent – Mother and Child Cabinet by Adam & Arthur
Browse all projects on the furniture design shortlist page.
› 27 per cent – Boa Pouf by Sabine Marcellis for Hem
› 24 per cent – Lotte by Sarah Hossli Product Design
› 22 per cent – Link & Loop by Raw Color for Sancal
› 15 per cent – Rex by Studio Ineke Hans
› 12 per cent – Collection 822 by Ton
Browse all projects on the seating design shortlist page.
› 36 per cent – Barro Lamp by Caterina Moretti for Graypants
› 31 per cent – Onu Series by Sabu Studio
› 15 per cent – High Profile by MVRDV
› Nine per cent – Signals by Barber Osgerby
› Nine per cent – Mazha Lighting System 5.0 by Mario Tsai Studio
Browse all projects on the lighting design shortlist page.
Architectural lighting design
› 34 per cent – Yabuli China Entrepreneurs Forum by Brandston Partnership
› 22 per cent – Theatre Royal Drury Lane by BDP
› 21 per cent – Sensasia Stories Spa Kempinski Hotel Mall of the Emirates by Studio N
› 15 per cent – Unique Mount Emei Land of Dramas by Beijing Leuchte Lighting Design
› Nine per cent – Illuminated River by Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands
Browse all projects on the architectural lighting design shortlist page.
› 31 per cent – Temperature Textiles by Raw Colour
› 25 per cent – Oku by Kathleen Reilly
› 19 per cent – Fat Collection by Tom Dixon and D Line
› 14 per cent – Goz by Kengo Kuma for Gan
› 11 per cent – Font Cutlery Set by Hop Design
Browse all projects on the homeware design shortlist page.
› 28 per cent – A Simple Machine by HeijltjesAkkaya
› 26 per cent – Work Series II by Another Country
› 21 per cent – Håg Tion by Anderssen & Voll, Hunting & Narud and Big-Game for Flokk
› 16 per cent – U.W.S. Base by Studio March Gut
› Eight per cent – Series One Desk 27 by Aruliden for Google
Browse all projects on the workplace design shortlist page.
› 28 per cent – F707 Stratos by Freitag Lab
› 24 per cent – Coffee Watch by Lilienthal Lifestyle
› 19 per cent – Whoop 4.0 by Aruliden
› 16 per cent – Elvie Stride by Elvie
› 13 per cent – Tenuto 2 by MysteryVibe
Browse all projects on the wearable design design shortlist page.
Browse all projects on the product design shortlist page.
› 30 per cent – Totetsu Training Institute by Motive
› 22 per cent – Dutch Design Week by Studio Thonik
› 18 per cent – M+ Museum of Visual Culture by Studio Thonik, Herzog & de Meuron, TFP Farrells and Arup
› 17 per cent – Typotheque North American Syllabics by Typotheque
› 13 per cent – Château Picoron by OlssønBarbieri
Browse all projects on the graphic design shortlist page.
› 32 per cent – Ginza Ecological Map by Hakuten
› 21 per cent – Architecture of the Exhibition Weird Sensation Feels Good: the World of ASMR by Ēter
› 19 per cent – Museum of the Future: Journey of the Pioneers by Atelier Brückner
› 18 per cent – ARTIS-Groote Museum by Kossmanndejong
› 10 per cent – Greenwood Rising: Black Wall Street History Center by Local Projects
Browse all projects on the exhibition design shortlist page.
› 33 per cent – Bending Arc Sculpture by Studio Echelman
› 27 per cent – Sinking House by Stride Treglown
› 16 per cent – Qaammat by Konstantin Arkitekter
› 13 per cent – Studio Thonik by Studio Thonik
› 11 per cent – Grounds for Return by Willow
Browse all projects on the installation design shortlist page.