One week left to save 20 per cent on your Dezeen Awards entry

One week left to save 20 per cent

There’s just one week left to save 20 per cent on entry fees for Dezeen Awards 2023! On top of this, don’t forget that small companies pay half the price.

Early entry closes next Wednesday 29 March, so you still have enough time to enter and pay less. Start your entry today and finish it before the deadline to take advantage of the lower fees.

We’ve put together a list of the most frequently asked questions we’ve received over the last few weeks to help you with getting your entry ready.

What are the entry fees and deadlines for Dezeen Awards 2023?

Entry fees have been set as low as possible to encourage entries from every type of studio around the world. There are reduced rates for individuals and companies with ten employees or fewer. All entrants can save 20 per cent by submitting their entries before the early entry deadline.

Early entry until 29 March 2023

For individuals and companies with 10 employees or fewer: £90 per category entry

For companies with more than 10 employees: £180 per category entry

All deadlines close at 23:59 London time.

Find out more about our prices and dates ›

Is there an entry fee per category or per entry?

You will need to pay per entry submitted even if these are in the same category. Remember you can also enter the same project into more than one category – make sure you check out our six sustainability categories.

Are there any extra fees later in the year?

No, once you’ve paid your entry fee there is no further obligatory payment to make. We do not charge fees for winners, trophies, publications or anything else.

We’ll host a winners’ party and there may be a charge to attend but attendance is not obligatory.

Are projects that are still in progress allowed to enter?

No, we do not accept speculative or unrealised projects in the architecture, interiors and design categories. To be eligible to enter, your project must have been completed between 1 June 2021 and 31 May 2023.

Find out more about eligibility in our terms and conditions ›

I have never been featured on Dezeen. Why should I enter?

We’re sorry your projects have not been featured on Dezeen – please keep in mind that we receive hundreds of submissions a week.

Do consider entering Dezeen Awards 2023! Your project will receive its own profile on the site if you are longlisted and will be published as a story on Dezeen if you are shortlisted. Having been previously featured on the site does not influence your chances of winning.

How do I create an account?

You can visit the enter now page to directly sign up or log in and start using the entry form.

Find out how to start your entry today ›

I am having trouble submitting my entry, what do I do?

If you’re having trouble submitting your entry, please check that all images are smaller than 10MB and make sure that all required fields have been completed, including those in your account details.

We advise you to use the latest version of Google Chrome. Please also try using an incognito window to clear any caching issues.

How can I pay for my entry?

Once you have completed the entry form on our website, a review and submit button will appear on the page. After clicking on this button you can pay by card or PayPal to submit your entry.

Can I edit my entry after I’ve paid?

No, after you pay and submit your entry you are no longer allowed to go back and edit the form.

I have another question!

Don’t worry! Send an email to and someone from the team will get back to you.

Good luck with your entry!

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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