Projects by Yuting Chang and Studio Curiosity among winners in Dezeen Awards 2020 public vote

Projects by Viewport Studio, Suzanne Brewer Architects and 10 other studios have been chosen by Dezeen readers as winners of the Dezeen Awards 2020 public vote for design. Other winners include Bybeau Studio for its modular lighting range called XYZ collection, Groundtruth Global for its range of technical bags and […]

Projects by Viewport Studio, Suzanne Brewer Architects and 10 other studios have been chosen by Dezeen readers as winners of the Dezeen Awards 2020 public vote for design.

Other winners include Bybeau Studio for its modular lighting range called XYZ collection, Groundtruth Global for its range of technical bags and Studio Curiosity for its community-driven public art installation.

A total of 62,447 votes were cast and verified across all categories. The results of the public votes for the Dezeen Awards 2020 interiors categories are listed below.

All public vote winners announced this week

Dezeen Awards 2020 public vote winners in the architecture, interiors and design categories were announced earlier this week, whereas the public’s favourites in the studio categories will be announced tomorrow.

Dezeen Awards winners announced in November

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.

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Below are the public vote results for interiors:

Essential, a table by Viewport Studio, has won the Dezeen Awards 2020 public vote for furniture design

Furniture design

27% – Essential by Viewport Studio (winner)
24% – Max Table by Max Lamb for Hem
21% – 3D Knitted Furniture by Studio Skrabanja
15% – Exquisite Corpse by Adam & Arthur
13% – Zalue / Bamboo basket stool by Vegahouse

Soft Lounge Chair designed by Thomas Bentzen for TAKT has won the Dezeen Awards 2020 public vote for seating design

Seating design

29% – Soft Lounge Chair designed by Thomas Bentzen for TAKT (winner)
27% – Triplex Stool by Studio RYTE
16% – CoronaCrisisKruk by Object Studio
15% – Bold Stool by Ming Design Studio
13% – On & On Collection by Barber & Osgerby

XYZ collection, a modular lighting range by Studio Bybeau, has won the Dezeen Awards 2020 public vote for lighting design

Lighting design

29% – XYZ Collection by Bybeau Studio (winner)
24% – Illan pendant lamp by Zsuzsanna Horvath for Luceplan
19% – Poise by R/D Robert Dabi
19% – Light Cognitive by Light Cognitive Oy
9% – Clova Lamp by Naver Corp

Nihombashi Mitsukoshi by Lighting Planners Associates has won the Dezeen Awards 2020 public vote for architectural lighting design

Architectural lighting design

21% – Nihombashi Mitsukoshi by Lighting Planners Associates (winner)
20% – Under by Light Bureau
17% – Back to nature – retail space by Light Cognitive Oy
16% – The Okura Tokyo by Lighting Planners Associates
15% – The Rothschild Collection by Pfarré Lighting Design
11% – Illuminated River by Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands

Plycelain, a collection of drinkware by Yuting Chang, has won the Dezeen Awards 2020 public vote for homeware design

Homeware design

37% – Plycelain by Yuting Chang (winner)
19% – Deepak by Kasturi Balotia for Jaipur Rugs
17% – KLIKK by Koziol
13% – Lines designed by Philippe Malouin for CC-Tapis
7% – Bue Brush Series by Poppy Lawman Studio
7% – Chaos Rug by EMKO

Woven Image Three Dimensional Embossed Wall Panels by Woven Image has won the Dezeen Awards 2020 public vote for workplace design

Workplace design

33% – Woven Image Three Dimensional Embossed Wall Panels by Woven Image (winner)
27% – Active Classroom by Studio Lancelot
17% – Soundsticks by Andrea Ruggiero Design
13% – ALMA by March Gut Industrial Design
10% – Gulnura Table by Foolscap Studio and Manapan

RIKR Range by Groundtruth Global has won the Dezeen Awards 2020 public vote for wearable design

Wearable design

29% – RIKR Range by Groundtruth Global (winner)
27% – Algorithmic Lace by Lisa Marks
24% – Neuralink N1 Brain Wearable by Woke Studio
16% – Urbanella by Studio Mesh
4% – Dots by Xiaohui Wang, Valentin Weilun Gong and Lan Xiao

Walking Wheelchair by Suzanne Brewer Architects has won the Dezeen Awards 2020 public vote for product design

Product design

43% – Walking Wheelchair by Suzanne Brewer Architects (winner)
27% – CATCH: The HIV Detector by Hans Ramzan
14% – Nestbox by Studio 519
8% – Moxie by Embodied
8% – Rolf plant-based printed eyewear by Rolf Spectacles

The Department of Seaweed Installation and Workshops by Aalto University School of Arts, Design and Architecture has won the Dezeen Awards 2020 public vote for sustainable design

Sustainable design

25% – The Department of Seaweed Installation and Workshops by Aalto University School of Arts, Design and Architecture (winner)
24% – Blink by Richard Hutten Studio
24% – Bio Iridescent Sequin by Elissa Brunato
16% – 1N9 Modern Cleaner by Superblinc
11% – Spruce by Spruce

Mountain Tea Song by Linshaobin Design has won the Dezeen Awards 2020 public vote for graphic design

Graphic design

25% – Mountain Tea Song by Linshaobin Design (winner)
23% – UNbuffer by Alexandros Kosmidis Graphic Design
20% – CF18 Chocolatier by Olssøn Barbieri
17% – Climate Change Stamps by Berry Creative
15% – Atkinson Hyperlegible Typeface for People with Low Vision by Applied Design Works

Game on, which is an international touring exhibition curated by the Barbican Centre by Smart and Green Design, has won the Dezeen Awards 2020 public vote for exhibition design

Exhibition design

34% – Game On by Smart and Green Design (winner)
29% – The Porcelain Room by Tom Postma Design
15% – Architecture of exhibition – Weird Sensation Feels Good by ĒTER
15% – The Gun Violence Memorial Project by MASS Design Group
7% – Urbania by IPR Praha

Raw Rainbow by Studio Curiosity won the Dezeen Awards 2020 public vote for installation design

Installation design

26% – RAW Rainbow by Studio Curiosity (winner)
22% – Machine Hallucination by Refik Anadol Studio and Artechouse
21% – Pollution Ranger and Smog Shade by Side
18% – Non-Pavilion by Studio MiCat, There Project and Proud Studio
13% – The Sandwaves by Studio Precht and Mamou-Mani

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