With less than two weeks left to vote in the Dezeen Awards public vote, find out which design projects are in the lead

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There are less than two weeks left for you to vote for your favourite Dezeen Awards projects and studios. Here is an update on votes cast so far in each of the 12 design categories.

The latest voting figures for the architecture categories were shared on Monday, the figures for interiors categories was announced yesterday, while we’ll be sharing which studios are in the lead tomorrow.

Closing on 12 October, the public vote allows readers to vote for projects and studios shortlisted in the architecture, interiors and design categories, as well as architects and designers in line for the studio of the year awards. Winners will receive a special certificate.

Voting is open for another two weeks, so get started today!

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Public vote winners announced in October

Public vote winners will be announced from 19 to 22 October. The public vote is separate from the main Dezeen Awards 2020 judging process, in which entries are assessed by professional judges.

We’ll be announcing the Dezeen Awards 2020 winners online at the end of November.

Who’s ahead in the voting

With more than 35,000 verified votes received so far, here is a snapshot of which projects and studios have received the most support. There’s still time to influence the results, so keep voting!

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Essential by Viewport Studio, Max Table by Max Lamb for Hem, 3D Knitted Furniture by Studio Skrabanja, Zalue Bamboo Basket Stool by Vegahouse, and Exquisite Corpse by Adam & Arthur

Furniture design

29% – Essential by Viewport Studio
25% – Max Table by Max Lamb for Hem
22% – 3D Knitted Furniture by Studio Skrabanja
16% – Zalue / Bamboo basket stool by Vegahouse
8% – Exquisite Corpse by Adam & Arthur

Triplex Stool by Studio RYTE, Soft Lounge Chair by Thomas Bentzen for TAKT, On & On Collection by Barber & Osgerby for Emeco, Bold Stool by Ming Design Studio, and CoronaCrisisKruk by Object Studio

Seating design

34% – Triplex Stool by Studio RYTE
30% – Soft Lounge Chair designed by Thomas Bentzen for TAKT
13% – On & On Collection by Barber & Osgerby
13% – Bold Stool by Ming Design Studio
10% – CoronaCrisisKruk by Object Studio

XYZ Collection by Bybeau Studio, Illan Pendant Lamp by Zsuzsanna Horvath for Luceplan, Poise by Robert Dabi, Light Cognitive by Light Cognitive, and Clova Lamp by Naver Corp

Lighting design

31% – XYZ Collection by Bybeau Studio
21% – Illan pendant lamp by Zsuzsanna Horvath / Strips & Stripes
20% – Poise by R/D Robert Dabi
18% – Light Cognitive by Light Cognitive Oy
10% – Clova Lamp by Naver Corp

Under by Light Bureau, Nihombashi Mitsukoshi by Lighting Planners Associates, Back to Nature by Light Cognitive, The Okura Tokyo by Lighting Planners Associates, The Rothschild Collection by Pfarré Lighting Design, and Illuminated River by Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands

Architectural lighting design

22% – Under by Light Bureau
22% – Nihombashi Mitsukoshi by Lighting Planners Associates
18% – Back to nature – retail space by Light Cognitive Oy
16% – The Okura Tokyo by Lighting Planners Associates
15% – The Rothschild Collection, Goldkammer by Pfarré Lighting Design
7% – Illuminated River by Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands

Plycelain by Yuting Chang, Lines by Philippe Malouin for CC-Tapis, KLIKK by Koziol, Deepak by Jaipur Rugs Company, Bue Brush Series by Poppy Lawman Studio, and Chaos Rug by EMKO

Homeware design

45% – Plycelain by Yuting Chang
15% – Lines designed by Philippe Malouin for CC-Tapis
14% – KLIKK by Koziol
12% – Deepak by Kasturi Balotia for Jaipur Rugs
8% – Bue Brush Series by Poppy Lawman Studio
6% – Chaos Rug by EMKO

Zen and Ion Wall Panels by Woven Image, Active Classroom by Studio Lancelot, Soundsticks by Andrea Ruggiero Design, ALMA by March Gut, and Gulnura Table by Foolscap Studio and Manapan

Workplace design

30% – Woven Image Three Dimensional Embossed Wall Panels by Woven Image
24% – Active Classroom by Studio Lancelot
20% – Soundsticks by Andrea Ruggiero Design
16% – ALMA by March Gut Industrial Design
10% – Gulnura Table by Foolscap Studio and Manapan

Algorithmic Lace by Lisa Marks, Neuralink N1 Brain Wearable by Woke Studio, RIKR Range by Groundtruth, Urbanella by Studio Mesh, and Dots by Xiaohui Wang, Valentin Weilun Gong and Lan Xiao

Wearable design

28% – Algorithmic Lace by Lisa Marks
26% – Neuralink N1 Brain Wearable by Woke Studio
24% – RIKR Range by Groundtruth Global
14% – Urbanella by Studio Mesh
8% – Dots by Xiaohui Wang, Valentin Weilun Gong and Lan Xiao

CATCH: The HIV Detector by Hans Ramzan, Walking Wheelchair by Suzanne Brewer Architects, Nestbox by Studio 519, Moxie by Embodied, and Rolf Plant-Based Printed Eyewear by Rolf Spectacles

Product design

35% – CATCH: The HIV Detector by Hans Ramzan
33% – Walking Wheelchair by Suzanne Brewer Architects
15% – Nestbox by Studio 519
9% – Moxie by Embodied
8% – Rolf plant-based printed eyewear by Rolf Spectacles

Blink by Richard Hutten, The Department of Seaweed Installation and Workshops by Julia Lohmann and Aalto University, Bio Iridescent Sequin by Elissa Brunato, Spruce by Spruce, and 1N9 Modern Cleaner by Supublic

Sustainable design

31% – Blink by Richard Hutten Studio
26% – The Department of Seaweed Installation and Workshops by Aalto University School of Arts, Design and Architecture
18% – Bio Iridescent Sequin by EB-CD futures
13% – Spruce by Spruce
12% – 1N9 Modern Cleaner by Elissa Brunato

Mountain Tea Song by Linshaobin Design, UNbuffer by Alexandros Kosmidis, CF18 Chocolatier by Olssøn Barbieri, Atkinson Hyperlegible Typeface by Applied Design Works, and Climate Change Stamps by Berry Creative

Graphic design

26% – Mountain Tea Song by Linshaobin Design
25% – UNbuffer by Alexandros Kosmidis Graphic Design
19% – CF18 Chocolatier by Olssøn Barbieri
16% – Atkinson Hyperlegible Typeface for People with Low Vision by Applied Design Works
14% – Climate Change Stamps by Berry Creative

Game On by Smart and Green Design, The Porcelain Room by Tom Postma Design, Weird Sensation Feels Good by ĒTER, The Gun Violence Memorial Project by MASS Design Group, and Urbania by RSAA for IPR Praha

Exhibition design

41% – Game On by Smart and Green Design
27% – The Porcelain Room by Tom Postma Design
13% – Architecture of exhibition – Weird Sensation Feels Good by ĒTER
12% – The Gun Violence Memorial Project by MASS Design Group
7% – Urbania by IPR Praha

Machine Hallucination by Refik Anadol and Artechouse, Pollution Ranger and Smog Shade by Huachen Xin, Non-Pavilion by Studio MiCat, There Project and Proud Studio, The Sandwaves by Studio Precht and Mamou-Mani, and RAW Rainbow by Studio Curiosity

Installation design

28% – Machine Hallucination by Refik Anadol Studio and Artechouse
23% – Pollution Ranger and Smog Shade by Side
18% – Non-Pavilion by Studio MiCat, There Project and Proud Studio
17% – The Sandwaves by Studio Precht and Mamou-Mani
14% – RAW Rainbow by Studio Curiosity

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