Dezeen Awards 2020 interiors longlist announced

The longlist for the Dezeen Awards 2020 interiors categories has been unveiled, with 305 projects selected across 12 categories.

All longlisted interiors projects are listed below, each with a link to a dedicated page on the Dezeen Awards website where you can find an image and more information about each one.

All longlists to be announced this week

The architecture projects longlist was unveiled yesterday, while the design longlist will be published tomorrow and the studios longlist on Friday.

Nagatacho Apartment by Adam Nathaniel Furman is longlisted in apartment interior. Photo is by Jan Vranovsky.

Longlisted projects have been selected from over 4,300 entries from 85 countries for the third edition of our awards programme, which celebrates the world’s best architecture, interiors and design as well as studios and individuals producing the most outstanding work.

Shortlists to be unveiled in September

The next stage of Dezeen Awards 2020 will see all longlisted projects assessed by our star-studded jury of leading professionals including Norman Foster, Farshid Moussavi, Eva Franch i Gilabert and Chris Wilkinson.

Casa Palerm, Llorito, Spain, by OHLAB is longlisted in hotel and short-stay interior. Photo is by José Hevia.

The judges will determine which projects feature on the shortlists, which will be announced in September. A further round of judging by our master jury will determine the category winners, which will be announced in October.

PSLab London, London, UK, by PSLab is longlisted in large retail interior. Photo is by Rory Gardiner.

The 12 winners of the interior project awards will fight it out to be declared overall interior project of the year.

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Below is the full interiors longlist:


House in Kyoto by 07BEACH. Photo is by Yosuke Ohtake.

House interior

› House in Kyoto, Kyoto, Japan, by 07BEACH
› Bismarck House, Bondi, Australia, by Andrew Burges Architects
› North Curl Curl Residence, North Curl Curl, Australia, by Andrew Donaldson Architecture and Design
› Forever Home, Melbourne, Australia, by Biasol Studio
› Casa Sanes, Girona, Spain, by Bombi + Gomez
› The Brick House, Vancouver, Canada, by Campos Studio
› Upside Down House, London, UK, by Collective Works
› Breezeway House, Macmasters Beach, Australia, by David Boyle Architect
› Powerscroft Road, London, UK, by Daytrip
› Ca’ Giovanni, Mese, Italy, by Ev+A lab
› Art villa, Puntarenas, Costa Rica, by Formafatal
› Dolunay Villa, Muğla, Turkey, by Foster + Partners
› Maisonette in Notting Hill, London, UK, by Francesco Pierazzi Architects
› Come into the light, Guangzhou, China, by Inspiration Group
› Kew Residence, Melbourne, Australia, by John Wardle Architects
› Bushfield Residence, Dublin, Ireland, by Kingston Lafferty Design
› Ravensdale Residence, Dublin, Ireland, by Kingston Lafferty Design
› A Desired Home, Jinhua, China, by Liang Architecture Studio
› Canvas House, Singapore, Singapore, by Ministry of Design
› Turning disability into comfort and joy, Hod HaSharon, Israel, by Nurit Geffen
› Casa Palerm, Llorito, Spain, by OHLAB
› Silver Linings, Melbourne, Australia, by Rachcoff Vella Architecture
› Shkrub house, Kozyn, Ukraine, by Sergey Makhno Architects
› Secret Sanctuary, Amsterdam, Netherlands, by Studio Piet Boon
› Maana Kamo, Kyoto, Japan, by Uoya Shigenori Architects

Browse all projects on the house interior longlist page.


Apartment XVII by Studio Razavi Architecture. Photo is by Simone Bossi.

Apartment interior

› Interior Refurbishment of a Penthouse, Paris, France, by 05 AM Arquitectura
› Rattan in Concrete Jungle, Hong Kong, by Absence from Island
› Nagatacho Apartment, Nagatacho, Japan, by Adam Nathaniel Furman
› Hide, London, UK, by Artform
› SCH52, Berlin, Germany, by Batek Architekten
› Nicolas Apartment, Barcelona, Spain, by Bergnes de las Casas
› Apartment Block, London, UK, by Coffey Architects
› The Melburnian Apartment, Melbourne, Australia, by Edition Office
› Geometrical Loft, Madrid, Spain, by Hornillos Atelier
› Kinuta Terrace, Setagaya, Japan, by Keiji Ashizawa Design
› Casa A12, Madrid, Spain, by Lucas y Hernández-Gil
› Yurikago House, Barcelona, Spain, by Mas-aqui
› The Imperfect Residence, Hong Kong, by NC Design and Architecture
› Ne_On, Taoyuan, Taiwan, by NestSpace Design
› Dendê Duratex House, São Paulo, Brazil, by NJ+ Arquitetos
La Nave, Madrid, Spain, by NOMOS
› Jaffa House 4, Tel Aviv, Israel, by Pitsou Kedem Architects
› The Gymnasium, Amsterdam, Netherlands, by Robbert de Goede
› Sacha, Paris, France, by SABO project
› Flatiron Aerie, New York, US, by SheltonMindel
› The Audible Light, Taichung City, Taiwan, by SOHO Interior Design
› Alex, Singapore, Singapore, by Spacedge Designs
› Apartment XVII, Lyon, France, by Studio Razavi Architecture
› Apartment PS60, Bucharest, Romania, by VATRAA
› Auditorium, Taipei, Taiwan, by Wei Yi International Design Associates

Browse all projects on the apartment interior longlist page.


Chubby Girl Noodle Shop by Office AIO. Photo is by Yiqing Gao.

Restaurant interior

› Lollo’s Atene, Chalandri, Greece, by AK-A
› Deco Temple, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, by Azaz Architects
› %Arabica Coffee, Shanghai, China, by B.L.U.E. Architecture Studio
[email protected], Taipei, Taiwan, by Curvink Architects
› Paradise Soho, London, UK, by Dan Preston
› Mintchi Croissant, São Paulo, Brazil, by Dezembro Arquitetos
› C.F. Café, Changzhou, China, by Dongqi Architects
› Tori Tori Santa Fe, Santa Fe, Mexico, by Esrawe Studio
› Di Stasio Citta, Melbourne, Australia, by Hassell
› Omakase Kaiseki cuisine, Shanghai, China, by Hip-pop
› Mercantile Cafe and Wine Bar, Albuquerque, US, by Islyn Studio
› Endo at the Rotunda, London, UK, by Kengo Kuma and Associates
› Melk Café, Montreal, Canada, by La Firme
› SooSoo Coffee, Seoul, South Korea, by Labotory
› Tunguska, Krasnoyarsk, Russia, by Left design
› Chubby Girl Noodle Shop, Beijing, China, by Office AIO
› Ran Guo Japanese Hotpot, Beijing, China, by Okamoto Deguchi Design
› Blue Bottle Coffee, Seoul, South Korea, by Schemata Architects
› Ancient food restaurant, Jinhua, China, by She Gu Design Office
› Alchemist, Copenhagen, Denmark, by Studio Duncalf
› DooSooGoBang, Suwon, South Korea, by Studio Lim
› Tsukimi, New York, US, by Studio Tack
› Scotts TKL, Chengdu, China, by Unknown Works
› Voisin Organique, Shenzhen, China, by Various Associates
› Stereoscope, Newport Beach, US, by Wick Architecture and Design

Browse all projects on the restaurant interior longlist page.


Mercantile Cafe and Wine Bar by Islyn Studio. Photo is by Read McKendree.

Bar interior

› A secret bar, Shanghai, China, by Atelier Xy
› Cafe Mckenzie, Randwick, Australia, by Brewer Architects
› Egg of the Universe Wholefoods Cafe, Eveleigh, Australia, by Brewer Architects
› The Berkeley Bar & Terrace, London, UK, by Bryan O’Sullivan Studio
› Hotel Belmont Food & Beverage Portion, Vancouver, Canada, by Daniel Meloché Design
› The Flow of Ecstatic, Dongguan, China, by Daosheng Design
› Locket’s, London, UK, by Fran Hickman Design & Interiors
› Dongshang, Beijing, China, by Imafuku Architects
› Mercantile Wine Bar, Albuquerque, US, by Islyn Studio
› Capiz Lounge, Boston, US, by Jeffrey Beers International
› Aura, Warsaw, Poland, by Kacper Gronkiewicz
› Oak, Hangzhou, China, by M.R. STUDIO
› Grey-Green, Moscow, Russia, by MT.A
› Südtirol Home, Rasen-Antholz, Italy, by Noa* Network of Architecture
› Bombar, Geneva, Switzerland, by NOMOS
› Avondale Bowl, Chicago, US, by Range Design & Architecture
› Kambri Lobby Bar, Canberra, Australia, by Ricci Bloch Architecture + Interiors
› Silver Lyan, Washington D.C., US, by Riggs Washington D.C.
› Little Sister, New York, US, by Rockwell Group
› Alphabet Bar and Cafe, New York, US, by Rockwell Group
› Citrus Club, Charleston, US, by Studio Dewberry
› La Ganea, Villachiara, Italy, by Studio Mabb
› Bosco Mishka Bar, Moscow, Russia, by Sundukovy Sisters Design & Architecture Studio
› MORPH, Shenzhen, China, by Various Associates
› Doko Bar, Shenzhen, China, by Waterfrom Design

Browse all projects on the bar interior longlist page.


Escondido Oaxaca Hotel by Decada Muebles. Photo is by Undine Prohl.

Hotel and short stay interior

› LAIYEE, Huzhou, China, by AT Design
› Ace Hotel Kyoto, Kyoto, Japan, by Atelier Ace
› Capsule hostel in a rural library, Tonglu, China, by Atelier Tao+C
› Park Hyatt Niseko Hanazono, Kutchan, Japan, by BAR Studio
› DDD HOTEL, Tokyo, Japan, by CASE-REAL
› LAMAISON hotel – Guesthouse, Saarlouis, Germany, by CBAG.studio
› Atelier Playa Mujeres, Cancun, Mexico, by Curioso
› Escondido Oaxaca Hotel, Oaxaca de Juárez, Mexico, by Decada Muebles
› Shanwei Resort Hotel Villa, Shanwei, China, by FEI Architects
› Kyo no Ondokoro Goshonishi, Kyoto, Japan, by Graf
› Shenzhen HoneyMoon Hotel, Shenzhen, China, by GS Design
› Vòra Private Villas, Imerovigli, Greece, by Ioannis Bellonias
› Hatch Student Living, Cork, Ireland, by Kingston Lafferty Design
› AMERON Frankfurt Neckarvillen Boutique, Frankfurt, Germany, by Luigi Fragola Architects
› Maana Kamo, Kyoto, Japan, by Maana Homes
› Casa Popeea, Brăila, Romania, by Manea Kella
› Belmond Savute Elephant Lodge, Chobe National Park, Botswana, by Muza Lab
› Apfelhotel, Saltusio, Italy, by Noa* Network of Architecture
› Hotel Umbral, Mexico City, Mexico, by NOMAH
› Read and Rest Hotel, Beijing, China, by Office AIO
› Casa Palerm, Lloret de Vistalegre, Spai, by OHLAB
› Anthology Farm, Stroud, UK, by Run For The Hills
› Hotel Gahn, Khuekkhak, Thailand, by Studio Locomotive
› Trunk House, Tokyo, Japan, by Trunk
› Casa Mami, Rimrock, US, by Working Holiday Studio

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


Upfield Office Netherlands, by Johan de Wachter Architecten. Photo is by Sonia Mangiapane.

Large workspace interior

› Buying & Merchandising Workspace, London, UK, by Alex Cochrane Architects
› Les Capucins, Brest, France, by ATELIER L2
› CBRE The Core, Amsterdam, Netherlands, by CBRE Netherlands
› Media & Entertainment company headquarters, Madrid, Spain, by CBRE SPAIN
› Loom House, Madrid, Spain, by CBRE SPAIN
› Weinmanufaktur Clemens Strobl, Kirchberg am Wagram, Austria, by Destilat Design Studio
› PRC San Francisco, San Francisco, US, by Gensler
› Gensler European Headquarters, London, UK, by Gensler
› Fosbury & Sons Prinsengracht, Amsterdam, Netherlands, by Going East Studio
› Upfield Office, The Attic, Rotterdam, Netherlands, by Johan de Wachter Architecten
› KCC Office, Shanghai, China, by KCC – Design
› Suhrkamp Verlag – A House of Books, Berlin, Germany, by Kinzo
› The Living Rooms, London, UK, by LOM Architecture and Design
› Gohong Wenzhou One Mansion, Wenzhou, China, by Matrix Design
› Headspace SM Campus, Los Angeles, US, by Montalba Architects
› The Audo, Copenhagen, Denmark, by Norm Architects
› Unity Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark, by Rapt Studio
› Confidential Regional Headquarters, Madison, US, by Stantec Architecture
› Tech HQ, Amsterdam, Netherlands, by Studio RIANKNOP
› Zydus Cadila Chairman’s Office Floor, Ahmedabad, India, by Studio Strato
› OC House, Melbourne, Australia, by Studio Tate
› Office In Cardboard, Chinchwad, India, by Studio_VDGA
› Wind Circulation, Zhongshan, China, by TAC Design
› 6 Orsman Road, London, UK, by Waugh Thistleton Architects
› Axle, South Eveleigh, Australia, by Woods Bagot

Browse all projects on the large workspace interior longlist page.


Selfridges Executive Offices by Alex Cochrane Architects. Photo is by Ståle Eriksen.

Small workspace interior

› No. 9 Rhapsody, Guangzhou, China, by 9 Studio Design Group
› Selfridges Executive Offices, London, UK, by Alex Cochrane Architects
› Hem Headquarters, Stockholm, Sweden, by Atelier Paul Vaugiyeau
› Office for creative advertising agency DDB Prague, Prague, Czech Republic, by B² Architecture
› Officina Biasol, Melbourne, Australia, by Biasol Studio
› Thinkerbell HQ, Melbourne, Australia, by Cera Stribley Architects
› The Living Lab, London, UK, by DaeWha Kang Design
› London Media Offices, London, UK, by Daytrip
› Tiny Offices, Otterlo, Netherlands, by Dutch Invertuals
› 71 Gansevoort, New York, US, by Elmo Studios
› PLACE171, Tokyo, Japan, by GARDE
› Warp Studio, Tokyo, Japan, by I IN
› Mirror Bridge, Nanjing, China, by L&M Design Lab
› CODO, Shizuoka, Japan, by Loftwork and Shuhei Goto Architects
› Spielfeld, Berlin, Germany, by Lxsy Architekten
› Cobild HQ, Melbourne, Australia, by Mim Design
› ARTS STUDIO 16, Lisbon, Portugal, by MMVARQUITECTOS
› WALL.BOX, Berlin, Germany, by NAICE Architecture and Design
› 12, Helsinki, Finland, by ORTRAUM Architects
› Grain loft studio, Nympsfield, UK, by Richard Parr Associates
› RIS Workspace, Taichung, Taiwan, by Ris Interior Design
› XOR Creative Research, Taichung, Taiwan, by Ris Interior Design
› Canada Goose Shanghai Office, Shanghai, China, by RooMoo
› SG Design Office, Hangzhou, China, by She Gu Design Office
› An Office of Stacked Things, London, UK, by Takram
› U.lab atelier, Seoul, South Korea, by ULAB
› Bruce Mau Design, Toronto, Canada, by Williamson Williamson

Browse all projects on the small workspace interior longlist page.


The Webster by Adjaye Associates. Photo is by Dror Baldinger.

Large retail interior

› Fangsuo Bookstore, Chengdu, China, by A9a Studio
› The Webster, Los Angeles, US, by Adjaye Associates
› El Péndulo San Angel, Mexico City, Mexico, by ADS
› McKinnon and Harris Flagship, New York, US, by Architecture AF
› Yepsun Quality Cultural and Creative Store, Shenzhen, China, by ARCity Office
› WuliEpoch Culture Center, Beijing, China, by Atelier Alter
› Offline Retail Space of Yitiao, Shanghai, China, by Atelier Archmixing
› Snow Peak London St James’s, London, UK, by Atelier Kikuchi
› Fervital Stone & Marble Showroom, Hertsliya, Israel, by Baranowitz & Goldberg Architects
› Supreme San Francisco, San Francisco, US, by Brinkworth
› Leisure Center, Vancouver, Canada, by Casper Mueller Kneer Architects
› A Harmonious Setting for Holistic Healing, George Town, Malaysia, by Chaos Design Studio
› Grupo Arca Design Center, Guadalajara, Mexico, by Esrawe Studio
› YJY Maike Centre Flagship Store, Xi’an, China, by IKG
› Sawmill Market, Albuquerque, US, by Islyn Studio
› RC+D Gallery, Melbourne, Australia, by Kestie Lane Studio
› The Splash Lab, Los Angeles, US, by Mclaren Excell
› Issey Miyake Semba, Osaka, Japan, by NOMA
› Reigning Champ, Los Angeles, US, by Peter Cardew Architects
› JIAMILA Fashion Boutique, Jinhua, China, by PMT Partners
› PSLab London, London, UK, by PSLab
› Vanke Universe Art Museum, Wuhan, China, by SC-PONE
› YUN, Seoul, South Korea, by South Korea
› Conemoting market, Shenzhen, China, by Yebin Design
› Guiyang Longli Wangxiang Showroom, Longli, China, by YHDQ Design

Browse all projects on the large retail interior longlist page.


 

Standard Dose by SR Projects. Photo is by David Mitchell.

Small retail interior

› Hikeshi Spilit Asakusa, Tokyo, Japan, by AtMa
› Store A. Niemeyer, São Paulo, Brazil, by Carolina Maluhy e Associados
› AESOP Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan, by CASE-REAL
› Antonioli Fashion Store, Milan, Italy, by Casper Mueller Kneer Architects
› Shiwu Store, Nanjing, China, by CATS
› Radius 58, Saint Petersburg, Russia, by DA Architecture Bureau
› beautiful people, Tokyo, Japan, by Daisuke Yamamoto
› Magic Box, Shanghai, China, by Domani Architectural Concepts
› Little Sky Gelateria, Melbourne, Australia, by Ewert Leaf
› FREITAG Sweat-Yourself-Shop, Zurich, Switzerland, by FREITAG lab
› FREITAG Store Kyoto, Kyoto, Japan, by FREITAG lab
› JINS Tokyu Hands Ikebukuro Store, Tokyo, Japan, by Fumiko Takahama Architects
› Glossier Seattle, Seattle, US, by Glossier
› small ICON, Yokohama, Japan, by I IN
› National Museum of Qatar Gift Shops, Doha, Qatar, by Koichi Takada Architects
› SELO – PROJECT, São Paulo, Brazil, by MNMA studio
› Shop O, Chengdu, China, by Office AIO
› Portugal Vineyards, Porto, Portugal, by Porto Architects
› Colvin Florist, Barcelona, Spain, by Roman Izquierdo Bouldstridge
› JINS Store, Tokyo, Japan, by Schemata Architects
› Wowdsgn Shanghai MixC Store, Shanghai, China, by Shanghai United Design Group
› BAKE Cheese Tart, Hiroshima, Japan, by SIDES CORE
› Standard Dose, New York, US, by SR Projects
› Exit Here, London, UK, by Transit Studio
› Banks Journal, Los Angeles, US, by West of West Architecture and Design

Browse all projects on the small retail interior longlist page.


Maggie’s at The Royal Marsden by Ab Rogers Design. Photo is by John Short.

Leisure and wellness interior

› Maggie’s at The Royal Marsden, Sutton, UK, by Ab Rogers Design
› En skincare, Paris, France, by ARCHIEE
› A Hidden House, Xiaogan, China, by Bluemoon Design
› Egg of the Universe South Eveleigh Yoga Studio, Sydney, Australia, by Brewer Architects
› Musae’s Laurel Garden, Guangzhou, China, by Cheng Chung Design Hong Kong
› KLM Crown Lounge, Schipol, Netherlands, by Concrete
› Bright Night and Gentle Dismemberment, Shenzhen, China, by Domani Architectural Concepts
› Vikasa, Bangkok, Thailand, by Enter Projects Asia
› The David H. Koch Center for Cancer Care at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, New York, US, by ICRAVE
› EKH Children’s Hospital, Samut Sakhon, Thailand, by IF
› Equinox Hudson Yards Club & Spa, New York, US, by Joyce Wang Studio
› Axiom, Singapore, Singapore, by Kaizen Architecture
› Beverly Clinic, Beverly, Massachusetts, US, by Merge Architects
› The Garden Pavilion, Hong Kong, Hong Kong, NCDA
› Impress Dental Studio, Barcelona, Spain, by Raul Sanchez Architects
› Ora, New York, US, by Rockwell Group
› Jaybird, Vancouver, Canada, by Ste Marie Art + Design
› Holism Retreat, Melbourne, Australia, by Studio Tate
› Kantor Centre of Excellence: The Anna Freud Centre and The Pears Family School, London, UK, by Studioilse
› Kunming Hanhua Tianma Mountain International Hot-spring Resort Exhibition Center, Shanghai, China, by Bluemoon Design
› Third Space – Islington, London, UK, by Universal Design Studio
› Domstate Zorghotel, Utrecht, Netherlands, by Van Eijk & Van der Lubbe
› Bathhouse, New York, US, by Verona Carpenter Architects
› Exhibition of Frozen Time, Beijing, China, by Waterfrom Design
› Wembley National Stadium Team Facilities, London, UK, by Wilson Owens Owens Architects

Browse all projects on the leisure and wellness interior longlist page.


Church of Pope John Paul II by Robert Gutowski Architects. Photo is by Tamás Bujnovszky.

Civic and cultural interior

› Yingliang Stone Natural History Museum, Xiamen, China, by Atelier Alter
› The Children’s Library Project, Guille-Alles Library, Guernsey, by CCD Architects
› AL Musalla – QAH: The Mosque-Qasr Al Hosn, Abu Dhabi, UAE, by CEBRA
› Sydney Coliseum Theatre, Sydney, Australia, by Cox Architecture
› Forum Groningen, Groningen, Netherlands, by deMunnik-deJong architecten
› Newton’s Cradle and Moon, Shenzhen, China, by Domani Architectural Concepts
› Chongqing BIK Kindergarten, Chongqing, China, by F.O.G Architecture
› Shanghai Art Museum, Shanghai, China, by IDMatrix
› Crematorium Siesegem, Aalst, Belgium, by KAAN Architecten
› MuseumLab, Pittsburgh, US, by Koning Eizenberg Architecture
› Nook Play Space, Arlington, US, by Mickus Projects
› Wangchun Church, Ningbo, China, by Ningbo Hange Decoration Engineering
› G’s Academy Fukuoka, Fukuoka, Japan, by Nomoto Sekkei
› The Royal Institute of Art, Stockholm, Sweden, by Norell/Rodhe
› 123+ Growth Center, Shanghai, China, by Office Off Course
› The Chinese University of Hong Kong University Library, Hong Kong, by PangArchitect
› Church of Pope John Paul II, Páty, Hungary, by Robert Gutowski Architects
› Main Auditorium – Theater Zuidplein, Rotterdam, Netherlands, by Studio RAP
› Kantor Centre of Excellence: The Anna Freud Centre and The Pears Family School, London, UK, by Studioilse
› The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, Stockholm, Sweden, by Sweco Architects
› Molinete Museum, Cartagena, Spain, by Temperaturas Extremas Arquitectos
› Think Education Forward, Saint Vlas, Bulgaria, by Think Forward
› Coca-Cola Stage at the Alliance Theatre, Atlanta, US, by Trahan Architects
› Boston City Hall Public Space Renovations, Boston, US, by Utile
› Selma Lagerlöfs Center, Gothenburg, Sweden, by White Arkitekter
› Models in Model, Shanghai, China, by Wutopia Lab
› Sveinatunga, Garðabær, Iceland, by Yrki Architects

Browse all projects on the civic and cultural interior longlist page.


Single Person Gallery by Offhand Practice. Photo is by Yiqing Gao.

Small interior

› Apartment X, Taipei, Taiwan, by A Little Design
› Office of Blocks, Hong Kong, Hong Kong, by Adrian Chan Design and Research Office
› Kova South Kensington, London, UK, by Atelier Baulier
› Sushi Takigawa, Fukuoka, Japan, by CASE-REAL
› Writer’s Block, Los Angeles, US, by CHACOL
› Lounge T, Tirol, Austria, by Destilat Design Studio
› One Space, Many Possibilities, Bandung, Indonesia, by Dwellingpals Studio
› Writer’s Studio, Greenwich, US, by Eric J. Smith Architect
› Vistto Shop, Madrid, Spain, by Hornillos Atelier
› Buddy Buddy, Brussels, Belgium, by House of Hop
› small ICON, Yokohama, Japan, by I IN
› Clovelly Apartment, Sydney, Australia, by James Garvan Architecture
› U Style, Fuzhou, China, by Jiang Jifang
› Horumon Kappo Ryu, Sapporo, Japan, by Kamitopen
› Sterling Place, New York, US, by LIGHT AND AIR
› The jewellery box, London, UK, by Michael Collins Architect
› Single Person Gallery, Shanghai, China, by Offhand Practice
› Basic Coffee, Beijing, China, by Office AIO
› Mayakovsky & Gio Ponti, Moscow, Russia, by PROforma project group
› Atic Aribau, Barcelona, Spain, by Raul Sanchez Architects
› Smart Zendo, Hong Kong, Hong Kong, by Sim-Plex Design Studio
› ALEX, Singapore, Singapore, by Spacedge Designs
› Big City and Tiny House, Beijing, China, by Studio FSJ-Beijing
› Zinc House, Houses at Voss Street, London, UK, by Studio Verve Architects
› PROJECT #13, Singapore, Singapore, by Studio Wills + Architects
› Unit 2808, Chicago, US, by Vladimir Radutny Architects

Browse all projects on the small interior longlist page.

Ann C. Toledo

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