After 2,400 votes, projects by Localworks and FADAA are ahead in the Dezeen Awards 2022 public vote sustainability categories. Vote now for your favourite!
Other studios in the lead include DP6 Architectuurstudio for its bio-based pavilion in the Netherlands and Kenoteq for its unfired brick made of construction waste.
The public vote, which closes on 10 October, gives Dezeen readers the opportunity to choose their favourite shortlisted projects in the architecture, interiors, design, sustainability and media categories, plus the architects and designers who they think should win studio of the year.
You now have less than two weeks to vote. Make sure you verify your vote so it counts!
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Public vote winners unveiled in October
Public vote winners will be revealed 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 international panel of judges.
We will be crowning the Dezeen Awards 2022 winners in late November.
Who is in the lead?
Of 32,000 votes that have been cast and verified across all categories so far, the sustainability categories received over 2,400 verified votes.
Continue reading to see which projects have been voted most popular so far:
› 28 per cent – Mustardseed, Sentema, Uganda, by Localworks
› 28 per cent – The Natural Pavilion, Almere, Netherlands, by DP6 Architectuurstudio
› 20 per cent – Floating Office, Rotterdam, Netherlands, by Powerhouse Company
› 15 per cent – The Exploded View Beyond Building, Ketelhuisplein, Netherlands, by Biobased Creations
› Nine per cent – Learning and Sports Centre, Masoro Village, Rwanda, by General Architecture Collaborative
Browse all projects on the sustainable building shortlist page.
› 23 per cent – D/O Aqaba, Aqaba, Jordan, by FADAA
› 20 per cent – Monc, London, United Kingdom, by Nina+Co
› 20 per cent – Apricity, London, United Kingdom, by Object Space Place
› 19 per cent – Semba Good Ethical Office, Tokyo, Japan, by Semba Corporation
› 19 per cent – The Circus Canteen, Bengaluru, India, by Multitude of Sins
Browse all projects on the sustainable interiors shortlist page.
› 32 per cent – K-BriqTM by Kenoteq
› 24 per cent – Tidal Stool by Robotic Fabrication Lab HKU
› 18 per cent – Remix by Open Funk UG
› 17 per cent – Maggie’s Southampton by Local Works Studio
› Nine per cent – Air-It-Yourself by Jihee Moon
Browse all projects on the sustainable design shortlist page.