The 15th FX International Interior Design Awards honoured some of the best people, products and projects from the last year - see the winners here.
Main picture: The Movement Café, Greenwich by Morag Myerscough, Luke Morgan. Photo Gareth Gardner
Last night more than 1,000 people filled the Great Room at the Grosvenor House Hotel in Park Lane for the 15th FX International Interior Design Awards.
Many of them hoped to walk away with a coveted FX Award; others were there simply to enjoy one of the year's best parties, an event that lets architects, interior designers, product designers and many others from the architecture and design industries get together, get to know one another and collectively let their hair down after a year of hard work.
After an introduction from FX editor Theresa Dowling, comedian Sean Lock presided over the evening, presenting awards including best restaurant or bar, which went to Pakta Restaurant in Barcelona by young Spanish design practice El Equipo Creative, and product of the year, which was the Haiku Ceiling Fan by the brilliantly named Big Ass Fans.
To round things off there was presentation of the 'premiere awards' which named Central Design Studio Breakthrough Talent of the Year and honoured veteran designer Kenneth Grange (the man behind the iconic shape of the Intercity125 train, the TX1 London taxi and the UK's first parking meter among many other brilliant designs) with the FX Award for Outstanding Lifetime Contribution to Design.
Here are the winners in full:
Bar or Restaurant: Pakta Restaurant By El Equipo Creative
Workplace Seating: Gesture by Steelcase
Public Space Scheme: The Movement Café, Greenwich by Morag Myerscough, Luke Morgan
Photo: Gareth Gardner
Lighting product: Soraa SNAP System by Soraa
Public Sector: St Louis Public Library, Central Library by Cannon Design
Retail Space Scheme: Durasafe Storeby Ministry of Design
Hotel: Watergate Bay Hotel by Household
Surfaces: Bolon Wing by Bolon
Workspace Environment: Clemenger BBDO by Hassell
Photo: Nicole England
Photo: Nicole England
Lighting Design: In Lumine Tuo, Utrecht, the Netherlands by Speirs + Major
Museum or Exhibition Space: Occidens Museum - Cathedral of Pamplona by Vaillo+Irigaray Architects
Leisure or Entertainment Venue: Times Bund Clubhouse by Kris Lin Interior Design
Product of the Year: Haiku Ceiling Fan by Big Ass Fans
Breakthrough Talent of the Year: Central Design Studio
Product Designer of the Year: BarberOsgerby
Photo: Alisa Connan
Interior Design Practice of the Year: PENSON
Outstanding Lifetime Contribution to Design: Kenneth Grange