Send us your best work in the Dwelling, Renovation, Prefab, Small Space, Garden, Kitchen, Bathroom, and Object categories by Tuesday, October 5.Along with the most outstanding projects featured in Dwell Magazine and Dwell.com in 2021, this year\u2019s Dwell Design Awards will honor the best new work submitted by our community across 10 categories: Dwelling, Renovation, Prefab, Small Space (less than 800 square feet), Garden, Kitchen, Bathroom, Furniture, Lighting, and Accessories. Casa Cosmos by S-AR in Puerto Escondido, Mexico, won Best Dwelling in 2020.Photo: Benjamin RasmussenOn October 13, the Dwell Design Awards will open to voting on Dwell.com. An esteemed panel of judges will help determine a winner and a runner up, and Dwell readers will select a community pick\u2014all to be announced on Dwell.com and Dwell Magazine in January 2022. Meet the Judges Jared Blake and Ed BeJared Blake and Ed Be are the founders of Lichen, a Brooklyn- and Queens-based interior design shop and incubator. The two partnered in 2017, combining years of experience collecting, selling, and trading designer furniture throughout New York City. Together, they aim to create a community of "lich-minded" individuals enthused by music, creativity, and design. Barbara BestorBarbara Bestor is the founding principal of Bestor Architecture, which has actively redefined Los Angeles architecture through design, art, and urbanism since 1995. Her varied and progressive body of work\u2014which experiments in spatial arrangements, graphics, and color\u2014connects with people on many levels, often outside the boundaries traditionally delineated for architecture. She believes that good design creates an engaged urban life and embraces the "strange beauty" that enhances the everyday experience. Bestor\u2019s work spans "stealth density" Blackbirds housing, retail and restaurant flagships, dynamic workspaces, award-winning residences, and pioneering arts projects that are deeply rooted in their communities. She received her undergraduate degree at Harvard University, studied at the Architecture Association in London, and received a MARCH at SCI-Arc. She is the author of Bohemian Modern: Living in Silver Lake. Chris CorneliusChris Cornelius is a citizen of the Oneida Nation of Wisconsin and chair of the Department of Architecture at the University of New Mexico. He is the founding principal of Studio:Indigenous, a design practice serving Indigenous clients. Cornelius\u2014a collaborating designer with Antoine Predock on the Indian Community School of Milwaukee\u2014is the recipient of numerous awards and honors, including the inaugural Miller Prize from Exhibit Columbus, a 2018 Architect\u2019s Newspaper Best of Design Award, and an artist residency from the National Museum of the American Indian. Cornelius has been exhibited widely, including the 2018 Venice Architecture Biennale. Cornelius was the Louis I. Kahn Visiting Assistant Professor at Yale University in spring 2021. Studio:Indigenous received a 2021 Architect\u2019s Newspaper Best Of Practice Award for Best Small Practice, Midwest. Tosin OshinowoTosin Oshinowo is a Lagos, Nigeria\u2013based architect and designer best known as the founder and principal of cmDesign Atelier, established in 2012. Grounded in a deep respect for Yoruba culture and history, Oshinowo\u2019s designs embody a contemporary perspective on the next generation of African design and afro-minimalism\u2014one that prioritizes sustainability, resilience, and poise. She\u2019s currently working on a project with the United Nations to plan and rebuild a village in northern Nigeria destroyed by Boko Haram. In 2017, she created Ile\u0301-Ila\u0300\u2014House of Lines in her native Yoruba language\u2014offering chairs designed and handmade in Lagos. Oshinowo is a registered architect in the Federal Republic of Nigeria and a member of the Royal Institute of the British Architects with degrees from Kingston College in London, the Bartlett School of Architecture, and the Architecture Association London. In addition to undertaking brand partnerships, writing prolifically, and giving talks, she has won numerous awards, including City People\u2019s Real Estate Award for Architect of the Year in 2017 and the Lord\u2019s Achievers Award for Creativity in 2019. Kulapat YantrasastOriginally from Thailand and now based in Los Angeles and New York, Kulapat Yantrasast is a thought leader and practitioner in the fields of architecture, art, and sustainable design. He is the founding partner and creative director of Why, a multidisciplinary design practice and AD100 Firm since 2019. In 2007, Yantrasast led the design for the Grand Rapids Art Museum, the first art museum in the world to receive the LEED Gold certification. The firm recently engaged in major museum renovation projects, including the Rockefeller Wing of The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Yantrasast has also designed a number of cultural facilities and private residences from Malibu to Chiang Mai. Formerly a trustee of the Pulitzer Arts Foundation and the Noguchi Museum in New York, Yantrasast has been on the Artists\u2019 Committee of the Americans for the Arts since 2005. In 2009, Yantrasast received the Silpathorn Award for Design from Thailand\u2019s Ministry of Culture for outstanding achievement and notable contributions to Thai contemporary arts and culture. He was the first architect to receive the prestigious award. How to Submit Upload your project through Add a Home between now and Tuesday, October 5. You may submit multiple projects per category; all projects will be considered for future publication. For the Furniture, Lighting, and Accessories categories, send a brief description and images of your piece to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line 2021 Dwell Design Awards Submission.