After more than 10,000 votes, projects from Enter Projects Asia, Ennismore and Studio MK27 are the public vote winners of this year’s Dezeen Awards in the interiors categories.
Ennismore won the award for its hotel with a color scheme reminiscent of the Mediterranean, with other winners including Random Studio for its surreal blue shopping experience and Holloway Li for its showroom with a theater-like backdrop industrial.
Out of a total of 55,000 cast and verified votes across all categories, the interior categories received over 10,800 verified votes.
The winners of the 2022 Dezeen Awards architecture public vote were revealed yesterday, the design winners will be announced tomorrow, followed by the sustainability and media winners on Thursday and the studio winners on Friday.
Dezeen Awards winners revealed in November
Public voting is separate from the main judging process for the Dezeen Awards 2022, in which entries are assessed by our international jury. We will publish the winners of the Dezeen Awards 2022 before the winners’ party at the end of November.
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Read on to see who was voted most popular in the interiors categories:
interior of the house
Barwon Heads House by Adam Kane Architects was voted Home Interior of the Year by our readers. The coastal house occupying a dilapidated old cottage in Australia won 26% of votes in the category.
Next came Brave New Eco’s West Bend House with 24%, Woods + Dangaran took second and third place with Twentieth at 22% and Clear Oak at 14%. Finally House in Marutamachi by Td-Atelier and Endo Shojiro Design received 13% of the votes.
Interior of the apartment
The New York loft with its custom-designed brass and walnut furniture caught the eye of our readers, winning Apartment Interior of the Year with 29% of the votes.
Andrea Leung retained the building’s original cast iron Corinthian columns on display in Tribeca Loft and played with spatial proportion by adding mirrored doors and partitions.
Earthrise Studio by Studio McW with 22%, The Hideaway Home by ACOS with 16%, Shoji Apartment by Proctor and Shaw with 15%, Flat 6 by Studio MK27 with 10% and Iceberg by Laila Architecture with seven percent.
Restaurant and bar interior
Spice & Barley, a foodie lounge with rattan sculptures in Thailand, received 28% of public votes in the restaurant and bar interior category. Phuket-based architecture studio Enter Projects Asia used 3D modeling software to design the rattan structures that reference high-rise towers.
The finalists were Connie-Connie at Copenhagen Contemporary from Tableau with 25%, Terra from YOD Group with 21%, Dois Tropicos from MNMA Studio with 14% and Koffee Mameya Kakeru from Fourteen Stones Design with 12%.
Hotel and short stay interior
London-based architecture studio Ennismore’s Hoxton in Poblenou won 28% of the vote in the hotel and short-stay interior category. The interior design was inspired by the late Spanish architect Ricardo Bofill and uses locally sourced ceramic tiles, terracotta and concrete to create a warm earthy-toned palette.
Next is Holland Harvey’s Inhabit Queen’s Gardens with 22%, tied for third place are Fettle’s Schwan Locke for Locke and Kelly Wearstler’s Downtown LA Proper Hotel with 19% and in last place is Fon Studio’s Well Well Hotel Renovation with 12%. percent.
Large interior workspace
M Moser Associates has renovated a former industrial building in Singapore into a work campus for multinational product design company Dyson. The Dyson Global HQ St James power station, which includes a four-storey workspace in the former turbine hall, received 39% of the votes.
This is followed by Victoria Greencoat Places by Fora with 25%, Midtown Workplace by Cox Architecture with 16%, Generator Building by MoreySmith with 13% and Design District Bureau Club by Roz Barr Architects with 8%.
Small workspace interior
Alexander & Co’s headquarters in Sydney, a flexible workspace is located in a semi-detached Victorian building named Alexander House, which took first place with 31% of the vote.
Finalists include OTK Ottolenghi from Studiomama with 22%, Asket Studio from Atelier Paul Vaugoyeau with 15%, HNS Studio from Muhhe Studio Institute of Architecture Design and Planning Co. Nanjing University with 12% and tied at 10%. The F.Forest desk by Atelier Boter and Samsen Atelier by Note Design Studio.
Large retail interior
The multi-sensorial spatial intervention of the Selfridges department store in London, created for the new Le Bleu de Jacquemus collection, was voted major interior decoration of the year with 32% of the votes.
The Random Studio-designed space was inspired by founder Simon Porte Jacquemus’ passion for collecting soap and sets out to reinvent the bathroom through a surreal lens.
In second position, Deja Vu Recycle Store by Offhand Practice with 25%, followed by Proud Gallery Gotanda by Domino Architects, Hakuten and Nozomi Kume (Studio Onder by Linde) with 19% and finally, XC273 by Dongqi Design and Kolon Sport Sotsot. Rebirth by Schemata Architects tied with 12 percent.
Small retail interior
The Market Building is an experiential showroom and coworking space for bathroom brand Coalbrook. Holloway Li’s showroom, which features a series of industrial castings to display functional interactive brassware products, was voted the most popular by Dezeen readers with 31% of the vote.
The finalists were Odami’s Aesop Yorkville with 20%, Linda Bergroth’s Durat Showroom with 18%, Aia Estudio’s Haight Clothing Store with 17% and Nina+Co’s MONC with 15%.
Interior leisure and well-being
Patina Maldives Spa by Studio MK27 was named Leisure and Wellness Interior of the Year in the public vote, with 38% of the vote. The spa is located in the Fari Islands archipelago in the North Malé Atoll and is Patina Group’s latest flagship resort.
This is followed by Self Revealing by Studio X4 with 21%, followed by Bath & Barley by WeWantMore and Barlo MS Center by Hariri Pontarini Architects tied for second with 15% and finally, Wan Fat Jinyi Cinema by One Plus Partnership Limited with 11%. .
Civic and cultural interior
F51 Skate Park is a multi-storey urban skatepark located in the coastal town of Folkestone, UK. The building’s cafe has a ceiling made of undulating concrete waves, which follow the lower shape of the skate park.
The wire-mesh-clad Hollywood Studio building won Civic and Cultural Interior of the Year with 40% of the votes.
Close behind are Stanbridge Mill Library by Crawshaw Architects with 37%, The Groote Museum by Merk X with 11%, Yorck Kino Passage by Batek Architekten with 7% and Ecole Camondo Méditerranée by Émilieu Studio with 4%.
Atelier Tao+C has transformed the ground floor of a 1980s house in China into a reading room. A private reading room is made up of three adjoining rooms surrounded by load-bearing brick walls.
The reading room with semi-circular shaped bookshelves was voted the most popular by Dezeen readers, receiving 34% of the votes.
Finalists include Relaxing Geometry with Pops of Yellow by Van Staeyen Interieur Architecten with 25%, OHL Cultural Space for the Arts by AB+AC Architects with 17%, Fatface Coffee Pop Up Shop by Baicai Design with 13% and Sik Mul Sung by Unseenbird with 11 percent.