Dezeen Awards China 2023 interiors shortlist revealed

Dezeen has announced the 28-strong interiors shortlist for the inaugural Dezeen Awards China, which includes projects by FOG Architecture, UNStudio and Atelier d’More.

The shortlisted projects, which are in the running for awards in six different interiors project categories, represent the most striking interiors recently created in the country.

Among the projects, which are located in 14 different cities across China, is a Spanish restaurant in a former prison, a hostel on Shanghai’s Chongming Island that integrates local materials and an office space with mottled concrete walls and exposed steel frames.

The shortlist also features a library with a sweeping wooden bookshelf and a clothing store informed by local markets.

Dezeen Awards China 2023 shortlists revealed this week

The shortlisted projects were scored by our interior jury which includes interior architect André Fu, Hong Kong-based Alex Mok, US interior designer Kelly Wearstler, Studioilse founder Ilse Crawford and Li Xiang of X+Living.

This is the first edition of Dezeen Awards China, which is in partnership with Bentley Motors. The architecture shortlist was published on Monday and following the interiors shortlist, the projects shortlisted in the design and China designers of the year categories will be unveiled tomorrow and Thursday respectively.

Yeahka Headquarters Office
Above: An office building in Shenzhen’s Kexing Science and Technology Park is one of the shortlisted projects. Photo by Schran Images. Top: Other shortlisted projects include an eye hospital in Taiyuan, China.

All shortlisted interiors are listed below, each with a link to a dedicated page on the Dezeen Awards China website, where you can find more information about the project.

The winner of each interiors project category will be announced at a party in Shanghai in December, with the six winners competing for the title of Chinese interiors project of the year, which is sponsored by Gaggenau.

Read on for the full interiors shortlist:

Light House by 323 Studio. Photo by 323 Studio

Home interior

Light House, Zhengzhou, by 323 Studio
Illumined Freedom: An Artistic Home, Hangzhou, Zhejiang, by More Design Office
Z&S House, Hangzhou, Zhejiang, by Outlooker Design
Beijing West Road Private Residence, Shanghai, by Slow Studio
Muzi House, Shanghai, by Wuy Architects

This is Zack! by Guò Bàn Ér. Photo by Boris Shiu

Workplace interior

NCDA Studio, Hong Kong, by NC Design & Architecture
Yeahka Headquarters Office, Shenzhen, by JSPA Design
Phantom Rings: S-Game Office, Beijing, by LYCS Architecture
Diningr:um, Shanghai, by Pronounced Design
This is Zack!, Beijing, by Guò Bàn Ér

Book Mountain Store by Ray&Emilio Studio. Photo by Ray&Emilio Studio

Retail interior

To Summer Beijing Flagship Store, Beijing, by FOG Architecture
FREITAG Store Shanghai, Shanghai, by Kooo Architects
ZUCZUG Bazaar, Xiamen, by Sò Studio
Book Mountain Bookstore, Hangzhou, Zhejiang, by Ray&Emilio Studio

Self Revealing
Self Revealing by Studio X4. Photo courtesy of Studio X4

Health and wellbeing interior

FlySolo Rehabilitation Medical Centre, Beijing, by UNStudio
Self Revealing, Taipei, by StudioX4
Big Eyes Panda Eye Hospital, Taiyuan, by Karv One Design
BoF hair salon, Zhengzhou, by Name Lab

Twosome Inn
Twosome Inn by Atelier d’More. Photo by Atelier d’More

Hotel and short-stay interior

Cloud Retreat Hotel, Ganzhou, by Shanghai Cocoon Studio
Sunac Mogan Valley Zhulinli Demonstration Area, Deqing, Yunnan, by WJ Studio
The Tree and Villa, Dali, Yunnan, by Fusion Design & Architecture
Som Land Hostel, Chongming Island, Shanghai, by RooMoo Design Studio
Twosome Inn, Beijing, by Atelier d’More

RooMoo Design Studio
B3 by RooMoo Design Studio. Photo by RooMoo Design Studio

Restaurant and bar interior

B3, Shenzhen, Guangzhou, by RooMoo Design Studio
Lai Zhou Bar, Shanghai, by RooMoo Design Studio
Artifact Bar, Hong Kong, by NC Design & Architecture
Agora, Hong Kong, by Collective
Biiird Yakitori, Guangdong, by Biger Club Design

Dezeen Awards China 2023

Dezeen Awards China is the first regional edition of Dezeen Awards, to celebrate the best architecture, interiors and design in China. The annual awards are in partnership with Bentley Motors, as part of a wider collaboration that will see the brand work with Dezeen to support and inspire the next generation of design talent in China.

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