Dezeen Awards 2023 winners announced at ceremony in London


All 50 Dezeen Awards 2023 winners have been announced at this evening’s ceremony in central London.

The winners were revealed at a party at Shoreditch Electric Light Station attended by shortlisted studios along with Dezeen Awards judges past and present including Nelly Ben Hayoun, Omar Gandhi, Patricia Urquiola, Sumayya Vally and LionHeart.

All Dezeen Awards 2023 winners revealed

The winning projects have been selected from more than 4,800 entries from 94 countries. The 39 project category winners were shortlisted for the architecture, interiors, design and sustainability project of the year awards. These projects went head to head to win the overall project of the year awards.

The six Designers of the Year and the inaugural Bentley Lighthouse Award winner were also announced at the ceremony.

View the winners on the Dezeen Awards website or read below:


Simba Vision Montessori School in Tanzania was named architecture project of the year. Photo by Nadia Christ

Architecture

Simba Vision Montessori School by Architectural Pioneering Consultants won the prestigious architecture project of the year award, sponsored by Material Bank. It was also named education project of the year.

The judges said: “This exemplary building manages to do the most with the least. A truly sustainable project with a very limited budget, the building provides a much-needed educational space for the local community that is responsive to people, place and purpose.”

The winning Montessori school with tactile qualities was up against projects that included a linear park with an elevated walkway in Mexico City, a copper-clad shelter constructed from bamboo in Bali and a timber-lined community centre made from salvaged local wood in east London.

Read more about Simba Vision Montessori School and the architecture winners ›


Xokol by Ruben Valdez
A restaurant in a former mechanic’s workshop in Guadalajara won interior project of the year. Photo by Gillian Garcia

Interiors

Restaurant Xokol in Guadalajara by studios Ruben Valdez Practice and ODAmx was named interior project of the year, sponsored by Moroso. It also won restaurant and bar interior of the year.

“Xokol understands the place where it lives and the importance of designing in a specific way for a specific location,” commended the judges. “The result of this understanding is deep and poetic.”

A palazzo with circular elements in Rome, a retail space defined by curved resin walls in the Art Gallery of New South Wales and an exhibition with shrink-wrapped blocks as scenography in Hanover were a few of the projects competing with the Mexican cross-cultural dining space.

Read more about Xokol and the interiors winners ›


CIONIC FUSEPROJECT
Design project of the year was awarded to designer Yves Behar for his bionic leg wrap

Design

The Cionic Neural Sleeve by Yves Behar’s Fuseproject and neuro tech startup Cionic was crowned design project of the year, sponsored by Solus Ceramics and Mirage Spa. It was also awarded product design (health and wellbeing) project of the year.

“For the millions of people suffering from muscular degenerative diseases or injury, this product has the greatest potential to improve the user’s ability to walk and therefore their quality of life,” said the master jury.

Projects vying with the winning bionic leg wrap included sunglasses that have adaptive focus lenses, a climate-change calculator that makes use of real-world data and a minimalist log-like perch designed for active waiting.

Read more about Cionic Neural Sleeve and the design winners ›


Exterior of Phase 2 of Park Hill estate in Sheffield
The latest phase of the redevelopment of Park Hill estate in Sheffield was crowned sustainable project of the year

Sustainability

London architecture studio Mikhail Riches won sustainable project of the year, sponsored by Brookfield Properties. Park Hill Phase 2 was also named sustainable renovation of the year.

The judges said: “Mikhail Riches has taken the ruin of a concrete post-war mass housing project, which was an iconic building of its time, and shown how to care for its legacy while giving it dignity.”

Other contenders for sustainability project of the year included an affordable housing block with pigmented precast concrete panels, a whiskey bar decked with oak from discarded distillery barrels and a chipless, paper-only version of a radio-frequency identification (RFID) tag.

Read more about Park Hill Phase 2 and the sustainability winners ›


Stormwater Pond at Exercisfältet by White Arkitekter
Photo by Måns Berg

Designers of the Year

Scandinavian practice White Arkitekter took home the architect of the year award and Sumayya Vally of Counterspace Studio was named emerging architect of the year.

Interior designer of the year was awarded to Spanish architect Patricia Urquiola and emerging interior designer of the year was awarded to Paris-based studio Uchronia.

London design duo Luke Pearson and Tom Lloyd won designer of the year for their practice Person Lloyd and Parisian Audrey Large was named emerging designer of the year.

These categories are sponsored by Bentley.

Read more about the Designers of the Year winners ›


Bonnie Hvillum

Bentley Lighthouse Award

Natural Material Studio founder Bonnie Hvillum has been named the first winner of the prestigious Bentley Lighthouse Award.

The inaugural award recognises designers who are curious and courageous in their approach, and whose work has had a beneficial impact on social and environmental sustainability, inclusivity or community empowerment.

“The whole oeuvre is impressive and beautiful and demonstrates the path that our industry needs to take towards bio-based research, creating greater material diversity whether by repurposing waste or growing new materials,” lauded the master jury.

This category is sponsored by Bentley.

Read more about the Bentley Lighthouse Award winner Bonnie Hvillum ›

Dezeen Awards 2023

Dezeen Awards celebrates the world’s best architecture, interiors and design. Now in its sixth year, it has become the ultimate accolade for architects and designers across the globe. The annual awards are in partnership with Bentley Motors, as part of a wider collaboration that will see the brand work with Dezeen to support and inspire the next generation of design talent.



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