Dezeen Awards 2021 architecture public vote winners

Projects by George Sinas, VTN Architects and 10 other studios have been chosen by Dezeen readers as winners of the Dezeen Awards 2021 public vote in the architecture categories. Other winners include Manuel Herz Architects for its pop-up synagogue and Atelier–r for its Corten steel sightseeing routes through the ruins of Helfštýn […]

Projects by George Sinas, VTN Architects and 10 other studios have been chosen by Dezeen readers as winners of the Dezeen Awards 2021 public vote in the architecture categories.


Other winners include Manuel Herz Architects for its pop-up synagogue and Atelier–r for its Corten steel sightseeing routes through the ruins of Helfštýn castle.

Over 53,000 votes were cast and verified across all categories. The results of the public votes for the Dezeen Awards 2021 architecture categories are listed below.

Dezeen Awards 2021 public vote winners in the interiors categories will be announced tomorrow, followed by design winners on Wednesday, the sustainability and media winners on Thursday, and finally the studio winners on Friday.

Dezeen Awards winners announced in November

The public vote is separate from the main Dezeen Awards 2021 judging process, in which entries are assessed by our star-studded panel of judges. We’ll be announcing the Dezeen Awards 2021 winners online in late November.

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Below are the public vote results for the architecture categories:

Bat Trang House by VTN Architects
Bat Trang House by VTN Architects is the winner of the Dezeen Awards 2021 public vote in the urban house category

Urban house

44 per cent – Bat Trang House by VTN Architects (winner)
17 per cent – Villa Fifty-Fifty by Studioninedots
14 per cent – Fitzroy Bridge House by Matt Gibson Architecture + Design
12 per cent – Imaise house by Tatsuya Kawamoto + Associates
12 per cent – CH house by ODDO Architects

Xerolithi by George Sinas
Xerolithi by George Sinas is the winner of the Dezeen Awards 2021 public vote in the rural house category

Rural house

33 per cent – Xerolithi by George Sinas (winner)
32 per cent – NCaved by Mold architects
15 per cent – Mazul by Revolution
Seven per cent – Mt Coot-Tha House by Nielsen Jenkins
Six per cent – Setoyama by Moriya and Partners
Six per cent – Casa Ter by Mesura

Agorahaverne: Ibihaven by Tetris A/S
Agorahaverne: Ibihaven by Tetris A/S is the winner of the Dezeen Awards 2021 public vote in the housing project category

Housing project

45 per cent – Agorahaverne: Ibihaven by Tetris A/S (winner)
27 per cent – Punta Majahua by Zozaya Arquitectos
10 per cent – Stone Garden – Mina Image Centre and Housing by Lina Ghotmeh Architecture
10 per cent – Baochao Hutong Mirror Yard by DAGA Architects
Eight per cent – La Trobe University Student Accommodation by Jackson Clements Burrows Architects

Ørsted Gardens by Tegnestuen Lokal
Ørsted Gardens by Tegnestuen Lokal is the winner of the Dezeen Awards 2021 public vote in the residential rebirth project category

Residential rebirth project

38 per cent – Ørsted Gardens by Tegnestuen Lokal (winner)
19 per cent – Fitzroy Bridge House by Matt Gibson Architecture + Design
18 per cent – Quarter Glass House by Proctor and Shaw
15 per cent – Jūra Spot by JSC Šilta šiaurė
Nine per cent – Pony by WOWOWA

Cinema Le Grand Palais by Antonio Virga Architecte
Cinema Le Grand Palais by Antonio Virga Architecte is the winner of the Dezeen Awards 2021 public vote in the civic building category

Civic building

41 per cent – Cinema Le Grand Palais by Antonio Virga Architecte (winner)
17 per cent – My Montessori Garden by HGAA
17 per cent – The Bodø City Hall by ALL
15 per cent – Antoine de Ruffi School Group by Tautem Architecture
Nine per cent – House of Nature by Revaerk

Babyn Yar Synagogue by Manuel Herz Architects
Babyn Yar Synagogue by Manuel Herz Architects is the winner of the Dezeen Awards 2021 public vote in the cultural building category

Cultural building

26 per cent – Babyn Yar Synagogue by Manuel Herz Architects (winner)
25 per cent – PANNAR Sufficiency Economic and Agriculture Learning Centre by Vin Varavarn Architects
23 per cent – Hall of Immortality at Longshan Cemetery by Studio 10
13 per cent – Baoshan WTE Exhibition Centre by Kokaistudios
11 per cent – Yabuli Conference Center by MAD Architects

Sanya Farm Lab by Clou Architects
Sanya Farm Lab by Clou Architects is the winner of the Dezeen Awards 2021 public vote in the business building category

Business building

42 per cent – Sanya Farm Lab by Clou Architects (winner)
22 per cent – Nodi by White Arkitekter AB
20 per cent – Guha by RAW Architecture
11 per cent – Frizz23 by Deadline Architects
Five per cent – Imatra Electricity Substation by Virkkunen & Co. Architects

Vedana Restaurant by VTN Architects
Vedana Restaurant by VTN Architects is the winner of the Dezeen Awards 2021 public vote in the hospitality building category

Hospitality building

65 per cent – Vedana Restaurant by VTN Architects (winner)
13 per cent – Ziedlejas Latvian nature spa and wellness resort by Open AD
Nine per cent – PokoPoko Clubhouse by Klein Dytham architecture
Eight per cent – Presence in Hormuz 2, Majara residency by ZAV Architects
Six per cent – The Museum Hotel Antakya by EAA–Emre Arolat Architecture

Helfštýn Castle Palace Reconstruction by Atelier-r
Helfštýn Castle Palace Reconstruction by Atelier–r is the winner of the Dezeen Awards 2021 public vote in the rebirth project category

Rebirth project

34 per cent – Helfštýn Castle Palace Reconstruction by Atelier–r (winner)
23 per cent – Gare Maritime by Neutelings Riedijk Architects
19 per cent – Revitalization of Prague riverfront area by Petr Janda / brainwork
19 per cent – Art Barn by Thomas Randall–Page
Four per cent – Zvonarka Bus Station by Chybik+Kristof

The Olive Houses by Mar Plus Ask
The Olive Houses by Mar Plus Ask is the winner of the Dezeen Awards 2021 public vote in the small building category

Small building

33 per cent – The Olive Houses by Mar Plus Ask (winner)
32 per cent – Bamboo Bamboo, Canopy and Pavilions by llLab
16 per cent – Hill Country Wine Cave by Clayton Korte
15 per cent – Peach Hut by Atelier XI
Five per cent – Alive by The Living

Alpine Garden: Preserve Indigenous Culture and Native Plants by Z'scape
Alpine Garden: Preserve Indigenous Culture and Native Plants by Z’scape is the winner of the Dezeen Awards 2021 public vote in the landscape project category

Landscape project

45 per cent – Alpine Garden: Preserve Indigenous Culture and Native Plants by Z’scape (winner)
36 per cent – Heito 1909 by ECG International Landscape consultants
Eight per cent – Back to the neighbourhood,The Playscape, Children’s Community Centre by Waa
Seven per cent – Sunac Yunyang In Huanan by Qidi Design Group
Five per cent – Haoxiang Lake Park by Elandscript Limited

The Arc - Green School Bali by Ibuku
The Arc – Green School Bali by Ibuku is the winner of the Dezeen Awards 2021 public vote in the sustainable building category

Sustainable building

55 per cent – The Arc – Green School Bali by Ibuku
17 per cent – Kamikatsu Zero Waste Center by Hiroshi nakamura & NAP
12 per cent – CiAsa Aqua Bad Cortina by Pedevilla Architects
10 per cent – The Kendeda Building for Innovative Sustainable Design by The Miller Hull Partnership
Six per cent – Welcome to the Jungle House by CplusC Architectural Workshop

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