Dezeen Awards 2023 winners will be announced next week at a party in London

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There is only one week left until we reveal the Dezeen Awards 2023 winners at a sold-out event next Tuesday in central London.

Taking place at Shoreditch Electric Light Station on 28 November, we will announce the winners of this year’s Dezeen Awards, selected from more than 4,800 entries from 94 countries.

Laura Jackson to host the ceremony

Broadcaster Laura Jackson will host the seventh Dezeen Awards ceremony. Jackson recently presented the Channel 4 series The Great Big Tiny Design Challenge as well as Great British Beach Huts alongside Dezeen Awards 2022 judge Jay Blades.

She is also the founder of the online homeware platform Glassette and contributes to Elle Decoration UK as a monthly columnist.

Above: Laura Jackson is a broadcaster and founder of the online homeware platform Glassette. Top: A stage design for musician Loyle Carner by The Unlimited Dream Company. Photo by Andy Paradice

Jackson will present trophies to the Designers of the Year, as well as announce the winner of the Bentley Lighthouse Award winner.

She will also present awards to the overall best architecture, interiors, design and sustainability project of the year, selected from the winners in each of the four sectors.

Musician Obongjayar performing on a set by The Unlimited Dream Company. Photo courtesy of The Unlimited Dream Company

Show design and direction will be by London-based The Unlimited Dream Company for this year’s event. The studio led by Harrison Smith and George Thomson has produced shows for global acts and brands including Alicia Keys, Loyle Carner, Pa Salieu, Obongjayar, Sam Fender, Ferrari and Samsung.

The evening will feature a live performance by percussionists Gosia Kepa and Northern Irish timpanist and percussionist Connor Chambers.

The Ceramophone is a percussive and melodic instrument made from steamed wood and porcelain tiles. Photo courtesy of Solus

Kepa and Chambers have composed a duet to be played on a Ceramophone, a unique wooden percussion instrument made with porcelain tiles tuned to the pentatonic scale – a musical scale with five notes per octave.

Designed by architect Simon Astridge and music producer James Mason and crafted by boat builder and musician Jerry Flemming, the Ceramophone was created for Sounds of the Earth – a series of events that investigated sound in space.

Sounds of the Earth was a collaboration between Dezeen Awards sponsor Solus and Italian ceramics manufacturer Mirage.


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Dezeen Awards 2023

Dezeen Awards celebrates the world’s best architecture, interiors and design. Now in its sixth year, it has become the ultimate accolade for architects and designers across the globe. 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.

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