The longlist for the Dezeen Awards 2021 sustainability categories has been revealed, with 75 projects selected across three sustainability categories.
All longlisted projects are listed below, each with a link to a dedicated page on the Dezeen Awards website where you can find more information about each one.
All longlists announced
The architecture longlist, interiors longlist, design longlist, studio longlist and media longlist have already been published.
This year Dezeen Awards has introduced new Dezeen Awards prizes for sustainable architecture, interiors and design. Sponsored by Dodds and Shute, these awards will go to projects that strive to reduce their impact on the planet.
Longlisted projects and studios have been selected from over 4,700 entries from 87 countries for the fourth edition of our awards programme, which celebrates the world’s best architecture, interiors and design, as well as studios and individuals producing the most outstanding work.
Shortlists to be unveiled in September
The next stage of Dezeen Awards 2021 will see all longlisted projects assessed by our panel of 75 industry-leading professionals including
The judges will determine which studios feature on the shortlists, which will be announced in September. A further round of judging by our master jury will determine the category winners, which will be announced in November.
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See the full sustainability longlist below:
› Olympic House – IOC Headquarters, Lausanne, Switzerland, by 3XN
› The Braunstein Taphouse, Køge, Denmark, by ADEPT
› Cranmer Road, King’s College, Cambridge, UK, by Allies and Morrison
› The Well House, Guizhou, China, by Atlas Studio
› Welcome to the Jungle House, Sydney, Australia, by CplusC Architectural Workshop
› The Arc at Green School, Bali, Indonesia, by Ibuku
› Terra ― The Sustainability Pavilion Dubai Expo 2020, Dubai, UAE, by Grimshaw
› Monash Woodside Building for Technology and Design, Melbourne, Australia, by Grimshaw
› Kamikatsu Zero Waste Center, Kamikatsu, Japan, by Hiroshi Nakamura & NAP
› House in No Man’s Land, Germany, by HOFF Architects
› House of Dreams, Zhoushan, China, by Insitu Project
› Sands End Arts and Community Centre, London, UK, by Mæ
› Catalyst Building, Washington, USA, by Michael Green Architecture
› Prototype for Modular Office Renovation, Delft, Netherlands, by MOR Studio
› ciAsa Aqua Bad Cortina, Val Badia, Italy, by Pedevilla Architects
› Integral, Guilin, China, by Ronald Lu & Partners
› Sabina Ibiza, Ibiza, Spain, by Rolf Blakstad
› Haycroft Gardens, London, UK, by Sarah Wigglesworth Architects
› Araksa Tea House, Mae Tang, Thailand, by Simple Architecture
› Powerhouse Telemark, Telemark, Norway, by Snøhetta
› Anandaloy: Centre for People with disabilities + Dipdii Textiles studio, Bangladesh, by Studio Anna Heringer
› Tea Leaf Market of Zhuguanlong Township, Fujian Province, China, by SUP Atelier
› The Kendeda Building for Innovative Sustainable Design, Georgia, USA, by The Miller Hull Partnership
› PANNAR Sufficiency Economic and Agriculture Learning Center, Nakhon-Ratchasima, Thailand, by Vin Varavarn Architects
› Citizen.MDW, Melbourne, Australia, by ZWEI Interiors Architecture
Browse all projects on the sustainable building longlist page.
› Native at Browns Brook Street, London, UK, by Red Deer
› The WELLington, Toronto, Canada, by Evolved Living
› Mansartis, Paris, France, by Fern
› ANZ ‘Open House’, Victoria, Australia, by Foolscap Studio
› Bermonds Locke, London, UK, by Holloway Li
› Orthodontics Only, Miami, USA, by IA Interior Architects
› Children’s Farm, Grossarl, Austria, by In Pretty Good Shape
› GROUNDS, Prague, Czech Republic, by KOGAA
› Link Arkitektur’s Stockholm Office, Stockholm, Sweden, by Link Arkitektur
› MO de Movimiento, Madrid, Spain, by Lucas Muñoz
› The META Jobsite Project,Taipei City, Taiwan, by META Design
› The Lamb, Stockholm, Sweden, by Nanna Lagerman
› Silo, London, UK, by Nina+Co
› Furniture Pavilion S, Shanghai, China, by ROOI Design and Research
› VALO Hotel & Work: New Hybrid Interior Innovation, Helsinki, Finland, by SSA Hotels Oy/VALO Hotel & Work
› Park Office InteriorWorks, Amsterdam, Netherlands, by Tétris
› Mitti ke Rang, Gujarat, India, by The Grid Architects
› The Student Hotel Delft, Delft, The Netherlands, by The Invisible Party
› The Commons by The Invisible Party
› Lolita Eipprova, Ljubljana, Slovenia, by Triije
› La Ressourcerie OASIS, Paris, France, by WAO
› Selma Culture Centre, Gothenburg, Sweden, by White Arkitekter
› The Naked House, London, UK, by Whittaker Parsons
› Buckingham Green – The Tower, London, UK, by Workplace Futures Group
› Tokyo Gift Palette by 株式会社 cmyk
Browse all projects on the sustainable interior longlist page.
› Fussy Refillable Deodorant by Blond
› Future Wardrobe by Future Wardrobe
› Cocoon by HagenHinderdael
› Honext Material by Honext Material
› Poma/Olera: Patera Magna by House of Thol
› Karin Carlander by Karin Carlander
› Solid Textile Board Coated By Really for Kvadrat
› The Resurface Table by Norwegian Trash
› Algae Bioplastic Vessels by Other Matter
› Bee Loop Honey Pot by Pencil and Lion
› MSK by Petit Pli
› Ptacek Home Chunk Line by Ptacek Home
› Furniture Pavilion S by Rooi Design and Research
› Scarlett Yang by Scarlett Yang Design
› Cardboard Ceramics After School Club by Store Projects
› Aquastor by Zihao Design
› Living Coffin by Studio Hendrikx and Loop Biotech
› NomNom by Studio Philipp Hainke
› Common Sands – Forite Tiles by Studio Plastique, Snøhetta and Fornace Brioni
› Notpla by Superunion
› iQ Natural by Tarkett
› The Elements by The New Raw
› This is Copper by ThusThat
› Tempera Series by Wknd Lab
› Whecat by XiaoLab
Browse all projects on the sustainable design longlist page.
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