The 93 longlisted projects, competing for awards in six different sustainability project categories, are from studios located in 28 different countries including Peru, Taiwan, Austria, Israel, Norway and Germany.
The top three countries represented in the studio are the United Kingdom, with 30 longlisted entries, followed by the United States and the Netherlands, who are tied with six entries each.
Among the long lists for sustainability are a low-carbon community arts space in Uganda, a large wooden office building in London, and a redeveloped Brutalist apartment block in Sheffield.
Other projects on the long list include a biomaterial building block made from a byproduct of sugarcane, an apartment building wrapped with columns of tree trunks, and a collection of colorful roof tiles made from waste paper.
All the 2023 Dezeen Awards longlists were revealed this week
The Dezeen Awards 2023, in partnership with Bentley Motors, revealed all the longlisted projects this week. The longlistings for architecture, interiors and design were announced earlier this week.
The longlisted projects were selected from more than 4,800 entries from 94 countries for the sixth edition of our awards programme, which celebrates the world’s best architecture, interiors and design, as well as the studios and individuals producing the most outstanding work.
The next phase of the Dezeen Awards 2023 will see all longlisted projects evaluated by an international jury made up of leading professionals including architects Chitra Vishwanath and Koichi Takada, and designers Maurizio Montalti and Piet Hein Eek.
Judges will determine which projects will be shortlisted, which will be announced in October. Another round of judging will be conducted by our main jury to determine the winners, which will be announced in November.
The six winners in the sustainable project categories will compete to be crowned the overall sustainable project of the year.
Read on for the full sustainable longlist:
› 24 public housing in Platja d’en Bossa, Ibiza, Spain, by 08014 Arquitectura
› Subterranean Ruins, Bangalore, India, by A Threshold, V Sampth Bhaskar and Kiran Mai
› Nightingale Village, Brunswick, Australia, designed by architecture, Austin Maynard Architects, Breath, Clare Cousins Architects, Highball and Kennedy Nolan
› Tipai, Maharashtra, India, by Aryan Thakuri Jainwala
› Huinka House, Bavaria, Germany, designed by Atelier Kaiser Shen Architects
› Nursery at Alma Palace, Paris, France, designed by Atelier Régis Roudil Architectes
› Theodore Children’s Campus, Getty, Belgium, designed by Cuypers & Q Architects
› Lahire Macropolis, Lima, Peru, by Design Technich
› Rajkumari Ratnavati Girls School, Jaisalmer, India, designed by Diana Kellogg Architects
› Forest Path, Eindhoven, Netherlands, by GAAGA and MAAK Space
› 54 Social Housing in Inca, Colombia, by Joan J. Fortuny and Alventosa Muriel Arquitectes
› Yukinohaku, Joetsu City, Japan, designed by Kei Kaihoh Architects
› Fine Works – Hermès Workshops, Louvier, France, by Lina Ghoutmeh Architecture
› Atree, Brlanda, Sweden, by Naturvillan AB
› 32° Oriental Arts Centre, Kampala, Uganda, designed by New Makers Bureau
› Östermalm Hall Padel, Mölnlycke, Sweden, by Tengbom
› Black and White Building, London, UK, designed by Waugh Thistleton Architects
› Fire Station in Straubenhardt, Germany, by Wolf Architekten
› Manual Skills Centre, Hormuz, Iran, designed by ZAV Architects
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Browse all projects on our Sustainable Building Longlist page.
› Aoyama Dump Project, Tokyo, Japan, by AtMa
› BAFTA Headquarters, London, UK, designed by Benedetti Architects
› Villa VD, Wassmunster, Belgium, designed by Britsum Phillips Architects
› National Youth Theatre, London, UK, by DSDHA
› The Three Little Pigs – Cork House, Madrid, Spain, by EME157
› All Saints, London, UK, by EPR Architects
› Entopia, Cambridge, UK, designed by Eve Waldron
› Warwick Court, London, United Kingdom, designed by Fletcher Priest Architects
› Umbo, Madrid, Spain, by Foster + Partners
› Sai’a, Shantou, China, by J. J. Phoenix
› Takauni, Tokyo, Japan, designed by Kei Kaihoh Architects
› Haydn Library at MIT, Cambridge, USA, designed by Kennedy & Violich Architects
› Park Hill Phase II, Sheffield, UK, by Michael Riches
› Renovation of the Qing Dynasty Post Office, Shanghai, China, by Moore Design Bureau
› Art_1 Office, Athens, Greece, by Neheiser Argyros
› McClerblick, Leuven, Belgium, by Polo
Browse all projects on our sustainable regeneration longlist page.
› Evagreen, London, UK, by Artform and Senesmith
› Visy Recycling’s learning room, Auckland, New Zealand, by Atelier Jones Design
› COS Biblioteksgatan, Stockholm, Sweden, by COS
› Dr. Sarvatihus Amsterdam, Netherlands, by D/DOCK
› Edited, London, UK, by Ellie Ward and Joe Morris
› Entopia, Cambridge, UK, designed by Eve Waldron
› Freitag Store in Shanghai, China, by Freitag Laboratory
› Delatite Cellar Door, Mansfield, Australia, designed by Lucy Cleminger Architects
› Corrugated cardboard exhibition space, Shanghai, China, designed by Lu Studio
› Paige, London, UK, by Nina+Co
› Family home, Paris, France, designed by Retrovius
› Lai Zhou Bar, Shanghai, China by RooMoo Design Studio
› Zero Restaurant, Surat, India, designed by A+S Studio
› Coachtopia, London, United Kingdom, by XAG Studio
› “Our Time on Earth”, London, UK, by Universal Design Studio
› Larch Loft, London, UK, by Whittaker Parsons
Browse all the projects on our sustainable interior design longlist page.
Sustainable design (consumer)
› Gus by Tori Dietz for good growth
› Avatar by The New Raw
› Rango Ki Duniya rug from Jaipur Rugs for Project Freedom Manchaha
› Biosphere Cellulose Kitchen by Abi Lambert
› Blue Sky Lab from NIO Life
› Blonde Tesoro Refillable Candle
› Roca Edge Sleek from Blonde
› Cute DockATot bed from Wild Child Stockholm
› Living Urn Produced by Studio Hendrikx and Loop Biotech
› PulpaTronics from PulpaTronics
› Living Coffin Produced by Studio Hendrikx and Loop Biotech
› Ibogo by Fango
› Phenomenal mushrooms from Monash University’s Department of Design with K5 furniture
› Pix by Norman Copenhagen
› Kankan Soap Dispenser from Kankan, Murama and Two Times Elliott
› Alpina by Barber Osgerby for Magis Spa
Browse all projects on our Sustainable (Consumer) Design Longlist page.
Sustainable design (building product)
› Alted H01 collection by Berta Julià Sala for alternative materials
› Armourcoat Clay Lime Plaster (Clime) by Armourcoat
› Unfired Round Tiles from Earth Mart
› Phoenix by MycoMatters Lab
› Re.Wrap by Ric Frampton and ReWrap
› Erosion Mitigation Units (EMU) from Reef Design Lab
› Float by Snøhetta
› LinoFloor xf2 from Tarkett
› Mano Written by Tom Fereday for Eco Outdoor
› Brick for the Gun by Urban Radicals, AKT II, and Local Works Studio
› YiBrick permeable bricks by Yi Design
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Browse all projects on the Sustainable Design (Building Product) longlist page.
› Vivomer by Shellworks
› Pro-Turtle By Kai-Chih Hsueh, Yu-Ting Chen, Hsun-Yu Chang, Zhong-Wei Lin, and Kai-Chu Li
› Renu jacket from Pangaia and Evrnu
› Sugarcrete from Sugarcrete TM
› Psyllium from Polybion
› Wooden wood from Disrupt Design Lab
› Eggshell Project from Manufactura
› Human Material Loop by Human Material Loop, Sofia Kollar, and Leonardo Avezzano
› Herbier project designed by Paola Cermino-Leone, Phytosphere Swiss Lab and paper artist Vivienne Fontaine
› Mills Fabrica Investment Fund from Colorifix Limited
› Casta by article
› Refoam by We+
› The essence of biocement by Friedrich Gerlach and Julia Hohenholz
› Fabric table top designed by Truly Kvadrat, Senator and Holmes
› Bananatex® Jersey from Bananatex
Browse all the projects on the Material Creation longlist page.
Dezeen Awards 2023
The Dezeen Awards celebrate the world’s best architecture, interiors and design. Now in its sixth year, it has become the ultimate award for architects and designers around the world. The annual awards are organized in partnership with Bentley Motors, as part of a wider collaboration that will see the brand work with Dezeen to support and inspire the next generation of design talent.