Dezeen reveals the world’s 57 most striking interiors shortlisted for Dezeen Awards 2022

Dezeen has announced the interiors shortlist for this year’s Dezeen Awards, which includes interiors by Kelly Wearstler, Cox Architecture and Studio MK27.

The 57 shortlisted projects, which are in the running for awards in 11 different interiors project categories, are located in 24 different countries including Ukraine, Japan, Canada, South Korea, and Sweden.

The top three represented countries are UK with 12 shortlisted entries followed by China with seven and both USA and Australia with four.

Five projects are shortlisted in each interiors category except the small workspace interior and apartment interior categories, which have six, including a multi-storey skatepark in a seaside town in Kent and a refurbished cinema with pistachio-green arches in the heart of Berlin.

The shortlist also includes a renovated hotel in a Beijing hutong, a micro-apartment in Belsize Park wrapped in translucent panels and a restaurant with a granite gravel floor in São Paulo.

All shortlists announced this week

The shortlists were scored by our interiors jury which includes London-based interior designer and creative director Charlotte Taylor, French architect India Mahdavi and Arianna Lelli Mami and Chiara Di Pinto of Milan-based Studiopepe.

The architecture shortlist was announced yesterday, the design shortlist will be revealed tomorrow, the sustainability and media shortlists on Thursday and the studio shortlist on Friday.

Above: The Hideaway Home by ACOS has been shortlisted. Top: The Hoxton Poblenou by Ennismore was also shortlisted

All shortlisted architecture projects are listed below, each with a link to a dedicated page on the Design Awards website, where you can find an image and more information about the project. All shortlisted projects will also feature in their own dedicated Desien post.

The winner of each project category will be announced online in November. All 11 winners will then go on to compete for the title of interiors project of the year.

Vote for your favorite project next week

For the third year running, Dezeen Awards is holding a public vote after the shortlist announcements, meaning readers will be able to choose their favorite projects from 12 September onwards.

Projects with the highest number of votes in their category will win a public vote award. Winners will be announced in mid-October, ahead of the Dezeen Awards event in November.

Continue reading for the full interiors shortlist:


West Bend House, Melbourne, Australia, by Brave New Eco
West Bend House by Brave New Eco

House interior

› Barwon Heads House, Melbourne, Australia, by Adam Kane Architects
› West Bend House, Melbourne, Australia, by Brave New Eco
› House in Marutamachi, Kyoto City, Japan, by Td-Atelier
› Twentieth, Los Angeles, USA, by Woods + Dangaran
› Clear Oak, Los Angeles, USA, by Woods + Dangaran

Browse all projects on the house interior shortlist page.


Flat 6, São Paulo, Brazil, by Studio MK27
Flat 6 in Sao Paulo by Studio MK27

Apartment interior

› The Hideaway Home, Gdańsk, Poland, by ACOS
› Tribeca Loft, New York City, USA, by Andrea Leung
› Iceberg, Tel-Aviv, Israel, by Laila Architecture
› Shoji Apartment, London, United Kingdom, Proctor and Shaw
› Earthrise Studio, London, United Kingdom, by Studio McW
› Flat 6, São Paulo, Brazil, by Studio MK27

Browse all projects on the apartment interior shortlist page.


Koffee Mameya Kakeru, Tokyo, Japan, by Fourteen Stone Design
Koffee Mameya Kakeru by Fourteen Stone Design

Restaurant and bar interior

› Koffee Mameya Kakeru, Tokyo, Japan, by Fourteen Stone Design
› Spice & Barley, Bangkok, Thailand, by Enter Projects Asia
› Dois Tropicos, São Paulo, Brazil, by MNMA Studio
› Connie-Connie at the Copenhagen Contemporary, Copenhagen, Denmark, by Tableau and Ari Prasetya
› Terra, Vynnyky, Ukraine, by YOD Group

Browse all projects on the restaurant and bar interior page.


Schwan Locke, Munich, Germany, by Locke
Schwan Locke by Locke

Hotel and short-stay interior

› The Hoxton Poblenou, Barcelona, ​​Spain, by Ennismore
› Well Well Hotel Renovation, Beijing, China, Fon Studio
› Inhabit Queen’s Gardens, United Kingdom, by Holland Harvey
› Schwan Locke, Munich, Germany, by Locke
› Downtown LA Proper Hotel, Los Angeles, USA, by Kelly Wearstler Studio

Browse all projects on the hotel and short-stay interior page.


Design District Bureau Club, London, United Kingdom, by Roz Barr Architects
Design District Bureau Club by Roz Barr Architects

Large workspace interior

› Midtown Workplace, Brisbane, Australia, by Cox Architecture
› Victoria Greencoat Place, London, United Kingdom, by Fora
› Dyson Global HQ St James Power Station, Singapore, by M Moser Associates
› Design District Bureau Club, London, United Kingdom, by Roz Barr Architects
› Generator Building, Bristol, United Kingdom, by MoreySmith

Browse all projects on the large workspace interior page.


Samsen Atelier, Stockholm, Sweden, by Note Design Studio
Samsen Atelier by Note Design Studio

Small workspace interior

› Alexander House, Sydney, Australia, by Alexander & Co.
› The F.Forest Office, Linbian, Taiwan, by Atelier Boter
› Asket Studio, Stockholm, Sweden, by Atelier Paul Vaugoyeau
› HNS Studio, Nanjing, China, Muhhe Studio Institute of Architecture
› Samsen Atelier, Stockholm, Sweden, by Note Design Studio
› OTK Ottolenghi, London, United Kingdom, by Studiomama

Browse all projects on the small workspace interior page.


XC273, Shanghai, China, by Dongqi Design
XC273 by Dongqi Design

Large retail interior

› Proud Gallery Gotanda, Gotanda, Japan, by Domino Architects
› XC273, Shanghai, China, by Dongqi Design
› Kolon Sport Sotsot Rebirth, Cheju Island, South Korea, by Jo Nagasaka / Schemata Architects
› Deja Vu Recycle Store, Shanghai, China, by Offhand Practice
› An Interactive Spatial Design and Scenography for Jacquemus at Selfridges, London, United Kingdom, by Random Studio

Browse all projects on the large retail interior page.


Aesop Yorkville, Toronto, Canada, by Odami
Aesop Yorkville by Odami

Small retail interior

› Hight Clothing Store, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, by Aia Estudio
› The Market Building, London, United Kingdom, by Holloway Li
› Durat Showroom, Helsinki, Finland, by Linda Bergroth
› MONC, London, United Kingdom, by Nina+Co
› Aesop Yorkville, Toronto, Canada, by Odami

Browse all projects on the small retail interior page.


Wan Fat Jinyi Cinema, Shenzhen, China, by One Plus Partnership
Wan Fat Jinyi Cinema by One Plus Partnership

Leisure and wellness interior

› Barlo MS Centre, Toronto, Canada, by Hariri Pontarini Architects
› Wan Fat Jinyi Cinema, Shenzhen, China, by One Plus Partnership
› Patina Maldives Spa, Fari Islands, Maldives, by Studio MK27
› Self Revealing, Taipei City, Taiwan, by Studio X4
› Bath & Barley, Brussels, Belgium, by WeWantMore

Browse all projects on the leisure and wellness interior page.


F51 Skate Park, Folkestone, United Kingdom, by Hollaway Studio
F51 Skate Park by Holaway Studio

Civic and cultural interior

› Yorck Kino Passage, Berlin, Germany, by Batek Architekten
› Stanbridge Mill Library, Dorset, United Kingdom, by Crawshaw Architects
› Designing Ecole Camondo Méditerranée’s Interior, Toulon, France, by Émilieu Studio
› F51 Skate Park, Folkestone, United Kingdom, by Hollaway Studio
› The Groote Museum, Amsterdam, Netherlands, by Merk X

Browse all projects on the civic and cultural interior page.


A Private Reading Room, Shanghai, China, by Atelier Tao+C
A Private Reading Room by Atelier Tao+C

Small interior

› OHL Cultural Space for the Arts, Lisbon, Portugal, by AB+AC Architects
› A Private Reading Room, Shanghai, China, by Atelier Tao+C
› Fatface Coffee Pop Up Shop, Shenyang, China, by Baicai Design
› Sik Mul Sung, South Korea, by Unseenbird
› Relaxing Geometry with Pops of Yellow, Antwerp, Belgium, by Van Staeyan Interior Architects

Browse all projects on the small interior page.

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