Dezeen announces the 93 projects that have been longlisted for this years’s Dezeen Awards The categories that include projects on sustainability include Universal Design Studio, Foster + Partners, Blond You can also find out more about the following: Fletcher Priest Architects.

Studios from 28 different countries are represented by the 93 longlisted sustainability projects. Peru, Taiwan, Austria, Israel, Norway You can also find out more about the following: Germany.

The UK has 30 longlisted entries and is followed by France with 29. US You can also find out more about the following: the Netherlands, The two teams are tied at six each.

Sustainability longlists include a low-carbon community arts space Uganda a mass-timber office building London is a city that offers a wide range of activities. a redeveloped brutalist housing estate Sheffield is a city that has a lot to offer.

The other projects on the list include a biomaterial construction block made from a sugarcane by-product, a residential building wrapped in colonnades of tree trunks You can also find out more about the following: a collection of colourful surface tiles made of paper waste.

All Dezeen Awards 2020 longlists announced this week

Dezeen Awards, in partnership With Bentley MotorsThe long-listed projects were revealed this week. The architecture, interiors You can also find out more about the following: design The longlists for the upcoming elections were released earlier this week.

The longlist of projects has been chosen from more than 4,800 entries in 94 different countries. This is the sixth edition for our award programme which honours the best in architecture, interiors, and design as well as studios and individuals who produce the most outstanding work.

Top image: Ombú by Foster + Partners. Nigel Young. Above image: Living Coffin, by Loop Biotech. Photo by QV Creative

Our international jury of professionals, including architects, will assess all projects longlisted in the next phase of Dezeen Awards. Chitra Vishwanath You can also find out more about the following: Koichi Takada, designers Maurizio Montalti. Piet Hein Eek.

The shortlist of projects will be determined by the judges and announced in October. The winners will be determined by a second round of judging conducted by our master juries. This will take place in November.

The six category winners will compete to win the title of overall sustainable project for the year.

Continue reading to see the complete sustainable longlist.

Atri from Naturvillan AB. Photo by Marcus Eliasson

Sustainability in building

24 Public dwellings in Platja d’en BossaIbiza in Spain by 08014 Arquitectura
Subterranean RuinsA Threshold by V Sampth Bhaskar, Kiran Mai
Nightingale Village. Brunswick (Australia) by Austin Maynard Architects. Breathe. Clare Cousins Architects. Hayball & Kennedy Nolan
TipaiAriane Takore Ginwala, Maharashtra (India)
House HoinkaAtelier Kaiser Shen Architects, Bavaria (Germany).
Nursery in Alma Palace, Paris, France, by Atelier Régis Roudil Architectes
Children’s campus Theodoor, Jette, Belgium, by Cuypers & Q Architecten
Layher MacropolisDessin Technical – Lima, Peru
The Rajkumari Ratnavati Girl’s SchoolDiana Kellogg architects, Jaisalmer in India
Forest BathGAAGA & MAAK Space in Eindhoven, The Netherlands
54 Social Housing IncaMallorca, Balearic Islands (Spania) by Joan J Fortuny & Alventosa Morell Architetectes
YukinohakoKei Kaihoh Architects, Japan: Joetsu City
Precise Acts – Hermès WorkshopsLina Ghotmeh, Architecture, Louviers (France)
Atri, Brålanda, Sweden, by Naturvillan AB
32° East Arts CentreNew Makers Bureau – Kampala, Uganda
Östermalm Hall Padel, Mölnlycke, Sweden, by Tengbom
The Black and White BuildingLondon, UK by Waugh Thistleton architects
Fire Station in Straubenhardt, Germany, by Wulf Architekten
Center for Handy skillsZAV Architects – Hormuz, Iran

Moda Living is the sponsor of this category.

All projects can be found on the sustainable building longlist page.

Maakleerplek – Polo Photo by Stijn B.

Sustainable Renovation

Prank Project AoyamaTokyo, Japan by AtMa
Bafta HeadquartersBenedetti Architects, London, UK
Villa VD, Waasmunster, Belgium, by Britsom Philips Architects
National Youth TheatreLondon, UK by DSDHA
The Three Little Pigs – Cork HouseMadrid, Spain by EME157
All SaintsEPR Architects – London, UK
EntopiaEve Waldron Design, Cambridge, UK
Warwick CourtFletcher Priest Architects in London, UK
OmbúFoster + Partners: Madrid
SayeahJG Phoenix, Shantou (China)
TakaoneKei Kaihoh architects, Tokyo, Japan
MIT Hayden Library, Cambridge, USA, by Kennedy & Violich Architecture
Park Hill Phase 2By Mikhail Riches
Qing Dynasty Post Office RenovationShanghai, China – More Design Office
Art_1 Office, Athens, Greece, by Neiheiser Argyros
MaakleerplekLeuven, Belgium by Polo

All projects can be found on the sustainable renovation longlist page.

Lai Zhou Bar
Lai Zhou by RooMoo. Photo by Wen Studio

Sustainable interior

EvagreenLondon, UK – Artform and Scenesmith
Visy Recycling’s Education RoomAtelier Design, Auckland (New Zealand)
COS BiblioteksgatanStockholm, Sweden, by COS
Dr. Sarphatihuis AmsterdamThe Netherlands by D/DOCK
EditLondon, UK, Elly Ward and Joe Morris
EntopiaEve Waldron Design, Cambridge, UK
Freitag Store ShanghaiArchitects Kooo, China
Delatite Cellar DoorLucy Clemenger Architects, Mansfield Australia
Corrugated Cardboard-formed Exhibition SpaceShanghai, China by Luo Studio
BigLondon, UK – Nina+Co
Family HomeParis, France, by Retrouvius
Lai Zhou BarRooMoo Design Studio – Shanghai, China
Zero RestaurantSurat, India by Studio A+S
CoachtopiaStudio XAG in London, UK
Our Time on EarthLondon, UK by Universal Design Studio
Larch LoftWhittaker Parsons, London (UK),

All projects can be found on the sustainable interior longlist page.

The New Raw. Photo by Alina LEFA

Sustainable design (consumer)

Gus Tori Deetz, Good Growing
Glyph The New Raw
Rango Ki Duniya rug Jaipur Rugs to Project Freedom Manchaha
Biosphere Cellulose Kitchen Abi Lambert Design
Blue Sky Lab NIO Life
Tesoro Refillable Candle Blond
Ruka Edge Slick Blond
Kind Bassinet DockATot from Wild Child Stockholm
Living Urn Studio Hendrikx & Loop Biotech
PulpaTronics PulpaTronics
Living Coffin Studio Hendrikx & Loop Biotech
Ibuju Fango
Phenomenal Fungi Monash University Department of Design and K5 Furniture
Pix Normann Copenhagen
Kankan Soap Dispenser Kankan, Morrama & Two Times Elliott
Alpina Barber Osgerby is the face of Magis Spa

All projects can be found on the sustainable design (consumer) longlist page.

Unburnt Circular Tiles
Earth Mart, Unburnt Circular Tiles Photo by Loqa

Sustainable design (building product)

Alted H01 Collection by Berta Julià Sala for Alted Materials
Armourcoat Clay Lime Plaster Armourcoat, (Clime).
Unburnt Circular Tiles Earth Mart
Phoenix MycoMatters Lab
Re.Wrap Ric Frampton & ReWrap
Erosion Mitigation Units Reef Design Lab (EMU)
Flyt by Snøhetta
LinoFloor xf2 Tarkett
Mano Tom Fereday, Eco Outdoor
A Brick for Venice Urban Radicals, AKT II & Local Works Studio
Permeable YiBrick Yi Design

This category has been sponsored by SketchUp.

All projects can be found on the sustainable design (building product) longlist page.

Human Material Loop
Human Material Loop Human Material Loop Photo by David van Woerden

Material Innovation

Vivomer Shellworks
Pro-Turtle by Kai-Chieh Hsueh, Yu-Ting Chen, Hsun-Yu Chang, Zhong-Wei Lin, Kai-Chu Li
The Renu Jacket Pangaia & Evrnu
Sugarcrete by Sugarcrete®
Celium Polybion
WoodenWood Disrupt Design Lab
The Eggshell Project Manufactura
Human Material Loop Human Material Loop by Zsofia Kolar and Leonardo Avezzano
Herbier Project by Paula Cermeño León, Phytosphere Swiss Lab and Viviane Fontaine Paper Artist
› Colorifix The Mills Fabrica Investment Fund invested in Limited
Casta The Matter
Refoam By We+
The Essence of Biocement Friedrich Gerlach, Julia Huhnholz
Textile Tabletop Holmris and Senator Kvadrat
Bananatex® Jersey Bananatex

All projects can be found on the material innovation longlist page.

Dezeen Awards 2023

Dezeen Awards honors the best in architecture, interiors, and design. In its sixth year it has now become the ultimate award for designers and architects across the globe. The annual awards were created in partnership by Bentley MotorsAs part of an ongoing collaboration, the brand will work with Dezeen in order to inspire and support the next generation designers.

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