The early entry period finished on the 11th of April for the first ever Dezeen Awards, the awards will identify the world’s best architecture, interiors and design.
Amongst the judges is British architect David Adjaye, founder and principal of Adjaye Associates.
London based, Adjaye was born in Tanzania to Ghanaian parents, becoming Sir David Adjaye in 2017 when he was knighted by the Queen, and recognised by TIME magazine as one of the 100 most influential people of the year.
From 12 April to the final deadline on 30 June rates go up to £100 and £200 respectively.
Dezeen Awards is judged by a panel consisting of leading figures from the design world, including Thomas Heatherwick, John Pawson and Es Devlin. This means that Dezeen Awards will have unprecedented credibility and reach.
What are the categories?
There are 30 categories you can enter in total: ten each for the sectors of architecture, interiors and design. In each sector there are eight categories for projects, and two categories for studios (architecture and design firms, or individual architects and designers).
Every shortlisted and winning entry will be published on the awards site and shared via our huge social media and newsletter audiences, bringing significant recognition to successful entrants. Image credit: Dezeen Awards 2018