Other studios in the lead include Random Studio for its blue pop-up installation for Jacquemus in London’s Selfridges and Ennismore for its hotel inspired by the late architect Ricardo Bofill in Spain.
The public vote, which closes on 10 October, gives readers the chance to vote for projects shortlisted in the architecture, interiors, design, sustainability and media categories, as well as architects and designers who are battling to be named studio of the year.
Voting is open for another two weeks, so you still have time to vote for your favourite interiors!
Public vote winners crowned in October
Public vote winners will be published 17 to 21 October on Dezeen. The public vote is separate from the main Dezeen Awards 2022 judging process, in which entries are assessed by our jury of renowned industry professionals.
We will be unveiling the Dezeen Awards 2022 winners in late November.
Who is in the lead?
Of almost 30,000 votes that have been cast and verified across all categories so far, the interiors categories received over 6,000 verified votes.
Continue reading on to see which projects and studios are ahead in the public vote.
› 26 per cent – Barwon Heads House, Melbourne, Australia, by Adam Kane Architects
› 23 per cent – West Bend House, Melbourne, Australia, by Brave New Eco
› 22 per cent – Twentieth, Los Angeles, USA, by Woods + Dangaran
› 16 per cent – Clear Oak, Los Angeles, USA, by Woods + Dangaran
› 14 per cent – House in Marutamachi, Kyoto City, Japan, by Td-Atelier and Endo Shojiro Design
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› 28 per cent – Tribeca Loft, New York City, USA, by Andrea Leung
› 23 per cent – Earthrise Studio, London, United Kingdom, by Studio McW
› 18 per cent – Shoji Apartment, London, United Kingdom, Proctor and Shaw
› 13 per cent – Flat 6, São Paulo, Brazil, by Studio MK27
› 11 per cent – The Hideaway Home, Gdańsk, Poland, by ACOS
› Seven per cent – Iceberg, Tel-Aviv, Israel, by Laila Architecture
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Restaurant and bar interior
› 31 per cent – Spice & Barley, Bangkok, Thailand, by Enter Projects Asia
› 24 per cent – Connie-Connie at the Copenhagen Contemporary, Copenhagen, Denmark, by Tableau and Ari Prasetya
› 22 per cent – Terra, Vynnyky, Ukraine, by YOD Group
› 13 per cent – Dois Tropicos, São Paulo, Brazil, by MNMA Studio
› 11 per cent – Koffee Mameya Kakeru, Tokyo, Japan, by Fourteen Stone Design
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Hotel and short-stay interior
› 25 per cent – The Hoxton Poblenou, Barcelona, Spain, by Ennismore
› 23 per cent – Downtown L.A. Proper Hotel, Los Angeles, USA, by Kelly Wearstler Studio
› 21 per cent – Inhabit Queen’s Gardens, United Kingdom, by Holland Harvey
› 16 per cent – Schwan Locke, Munich, Germany, by Locke
› 15 per cent – Well Well Well Hotel Renovation, Beijing, China, Fon Studio
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Large workspace interior
› 47 per cent – Dyson Global HQ St James Power Station, Singapore, by M Moser Associates
› 24 per cent – Victoria Greencoat Place, London, United Kingdom, by Fora
› 16 per cent – Midtown Workplace, Brisbane, Australia, by Cox Architecture
› Eight per cent – Design District Bureau Club, London, United Kingdom, by Roz Barr Architects
› Six per cent – Generator Building, Bristol, United Kingdom, by MoreySmith
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Small workspace interior
› 30 per cent – Alexander House, Sydney, Australia, by Alexander & Co.
› 19 per cent – OTK Ottolenghi, London, United Kingdom, by Studiomama
› 15 per cent – HNS Studio, Nanjing, China, Muhhe Studio Institute of Architecture
› 14 per cent – Samsen Atelier, Stockholm, Sweden, by Note Design Studio
› 13 per cent – The F.Forest Office, Linbian, Taiwan, by Atelier Boter
› Nine per cent – Asket Studio, Stockholm, Sweden, by Atelier Paul Vaugoyeau
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Large retail interior
› 33 per cent – An Interactive Spatial Design and Scenography for Jacquemus at Selfridges, London, United Kingdom, by Random Studio
› 29 per cent – Deja Vu Recycle Store, Shanghai, China, by Offhand Practice
› 15 per cent – XC273, Shanghai, China, by Dongqi Design
› 12 per cent – Kolon Sport Sotsot Rebirth, Cheju Island, South Korea, by Jo Nagasaka / Schemata Architects
› 11 per cent – Proud Gallery Gotanda, Gotanda, Japan, by Domino Architects / HAKUTEN / Nozomi Kume (Studio Onder de Linde)
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Small retail interior
› 33 per cent – MONC, London, United Kingdom, by Nina+Co
› 20 per cent – Aesop Yorkville, Toronto, Canada, by Odami
› 18 per cent – Durat Showroom, Helsinki, Finland, by Linda Bergroth
› 15 per cent – Haight Clothing Store, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, by Aia Estudio
› 13 per cent – The Market Building, London, United Kingdom, by Holloway Li
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Leisure and wellness interior
› 39 per cent – Patina Maldives Spa, Fari Islands, Maldives, by Studio MK27
› 24 per cent – Self Revealing, Taipei City, Taiwan, by Studio X4
› 16 per cent – Barlo MS Centre, Toronto, Canada, by Hariri Pontarini Architects
› 13 per cent – Bath & Barley, Brussels, Belgium, by WeWantMore
› Nine per cent – Wan Fat Jinyi Cinema, Shenzhen, China, by One Plus Partnership
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Civic and cultural interior
› 40 per cent – F51 Skate Park, Folkestone, United Kingdom, by Hollaway Studio
› 34 per cent – Stanbridge Mill Library, Dorset, United Kingdom, by Crawshaw Architects
› 12 per cent – The Groote Museum, Amsterdam, Netherlands, by Merk X
› Eight per cent – Yorck Kino Passage, Berlin, Germany, by Batek Architekten
› Five per cent – Designing Ecole Camondo Méditerranée’s Interior, Toulon, France, by Émilieu Studio
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› 34 per cent – A Private Reading Room, Shanghai, China, by Atelier Tao+C
› 22 per cent – OHL Cultural Space for the Arts, Lisbon, Portugal, by AB+AC Architects
› 19 per cent –Relaxing Geometry with Pops of Yellow, Antwerp, Belgium, by Van Staeyan Interior Architects
› 14 per cent – Fatface Coffee Pop Up Shop, Shenyang, China, by Baicai Design
› 11 per cent – Sik Mul Sung, South Korea, by Unseenbird
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