其他获奖者，在第四岁奖项中亮相2021年内部展示LionHeartandNelly Ben Hayoun，包括A.house for two young musiciansin North London, amulti-coloured hotel东京中部和一个restaurant in Kyivmade from primarily natural and recycled materials.
谢尔制造商Studioby Sher Maker was named the overall interiors project of the year.
The winners were decided by a master jury consisting of London-based architect本艾伦,朱莉Eizenbergof KoningEizenberg Architecture,Amit Gupta搅拌，Petra Blaisseof Dutch studio Inside Outside, South London-based interior designerAlexandria Dauleyand interior designerSusie McLarenof SHH.
有1314内饰categor条目ies at this year's Dezeen Awards, which issponsoredby长板,Dodds和Shute.,诺斯项目,Kingspan,Tom DixonandKvadrat. Of these,62 projects were shortlistedby our jury of 28 leading figures from the world of interiors.
Thewinners of the architecture categorieswere announced yesterday, the design categories will be unveiled tomorrow, the sustainability and media categories on Thursday, and finally the studio categories on Friday.
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House interior of the year:
Canyon House by Studio Hagen Hall
Canyon House was conceived for two young musicians who wanted to recreate their affection for modernist Californian homes when renovating a dilapidated 1970s terrace in North London.
"The space feels timeless and really brings all the different elements together naturally. You can tell the designer has put careful thought into every decision. There is a narrative that takes you through the house with a lot of really complex detail."
Apartment interior of the year:
Reflections of the past - an Amsterdam loft by Firm Architects
Firm Architects has designed a private residence in Amsterdam that explores the concept of old and new.
The apartment features a sharp line of contrast that runs the perimeter of the space at 95 centimetres above the floor. Everything above this line is a new interpretation and everything below is a reflection of the old. These concepts are conveyed through the use of contrasting materials such as exposed brick, polished concrete, wood and glass.
"It takes a bold creative to punctuate extremely pristine, clean lines with muted raw finish. The brick wall and stairs is a reinforcement of that courageous experiment that makes the project stand out." said this year’s interior master jury.
Istetyka by Yakusha Design
Istetyka is a healthy fast food restaurant in Kyiv, Ukraine by Yakusha Design. The Kyiv eatery contrasts rough concrete with polished stone and smooth steel.
Local studio Yakusha Design focused on creating clean lines and using natural and recycled materials to create a calm dining space. The space was designed using traditional Ukrainian techniques.
The judges commented: "The space is quite surreal and has an interesting use of material and texture. The design is so simple yet manages to have so many textures with stunning composition. The designers have managed to create an overall clean, simple interior that still holds a cultural connotation."
Toggle Hotel by Klein Dytham Architecture
Klein Dytham's Toggle Hotel features colourful two-tone rooms that were designed to be an uplifting contrast to the predominantly grey urban fabric of central Tokyo.
Large workspace interior of the year:
Chief Chicago by AvroKO
内饰有一个设计 - 前进和复古家具件的混合，而现有的建筑木梁结构的表达是用米兰和橱柜细节的研讨会庆祝的。
Small workspace interior of the year:
谢尔制造商Studio by Sher Maker
谢尔制造商designed its own working space to accommodate its multidisciplinary architecture and design practice.
A studio from Chiang Mai, Thailand, Sher Maker's work is orientated around local technology and materials. Its studio space was designed on a vacant lot and features a gable roof and a wood and steel frame structure.
The aim was to blend interior and exterior, as well as work and play, and create an inspiring space to occupy whilst working on other projects.
"This is a workspace people dream about since Covid," said the judges on the interiors master jury. "It is ideal, in the countryside, open with nature inside and outside. It is an inside and outside space with a very simple structure. It creates a beautifully simple shared space. The studio has reinvented something simple in an elegant way."
Large retail interior of the year:
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Box by Posti is an online order collection point in Helsinki, Finland, that lets buyers try on their online purchases.
The space includes a section for online retailers to showcase their latest products, a seating area where visitors can grab a coffee, an unboxing area, changing rooms, and kiosks where return shipping for packages can be arranged and paid for.
Small retail interior of the year:
In establishing a new location on the banks of the Yongjiang River, the Bund Post Office sought to revive post offices' former significance and re-establish their role as the centre of the community.
The judges said: "The design has so many different shapes and patterns but is impressively put together. The space is playful, engaging and beautifully done. There is incredible attention to detail and the overall effect is quite sweet."
Leisure and wellness interior of the year:
Waldkliniken Eisenberg by HDR and Matteo Thun
德国HDR德国与建筑公司Matteo Thun合作，计划和实施了艾森伯格Waldkliniken“Forest Clinic”的新建筑。
One of the world's largest underground bicycle parking garages has been built in front of The Hague Central Station in the Netherlands.
The unconventional design concept transforms parking your bike into a museum-like experience. It aims to enhance comfort and safety for thousands of daily users while promoting cycling as a healthy and sustainable way of life.
"The studio has taken bicycle parking to a different level," the jury said. "This is a very brave design that jumps out. This space gives off a lot of attitude in an unexpected location. This is an impactful proposal with great infrastructure benefits and mobility. The clean and dynamic graphics enhance user experience and attractive interaction."
Small interior of the year:
The Arena-Papi by Neri&Hu
Located on the ground floor of a typical late 19th-century Haussmann building in Paris, Neri&Hu's design concept celebrates the layered material heritage that narrates Parisian history.
During the dismantling phase, the existing site was treated carefully; by stripping back the strata of finishes that have built up through the decades, the beauty of the bare materials is revealed. Each fragment represents a different period in Paris' history.
The judges said: "The restaurant has an unexpected and brave facade. The design is so effortless and is a beautiful combination of old and new, considering the beauty in the aged elements. There is an innovative use of the space adding the curves and flow of direction. Every single detail and material is carefully integrated with the existing elements."