Announcing the FX Awards 2019 Winners!


Following our FX Awards 2019 ceremony, we're proud to release the full list of winners here. Read on for winners, shortlisted entries, judges' comments and project descriptions!


This year has seen a fabulous shortlist comprising the best of your projects from around the world. It’s thanks to your continuous support that we now have a truly international status, with global submissions comprising almost half of our overall entries. If you’re one of our winners tonight you really are the best in the world.

I am humbled you have all travelled from across the globe to join us for one night only at this fabulous party. Our industry is known for its wild and colourful characters, and they’re all here this evening! I invite a new panel of judges each year to keep the event on its toes. And to give everyone the maximum chance of winning we had a diff erent group of judges for each category, so if you didn’t win in one category there was every opportunity you could be successful in another.

The value of our awards is directly attributable to our judges. As I don’t ever take on judging duties myself – my role is simply to recruit the best experts to champion your entries – I’m delighted to have had 22 top-class professionals on board. Every judge was invited for their integrity, opinions, experience and to reflect your interests. They fought hard to argue everyone’s corner, and honestly, didn’t back down on supporting you – in some of the most hotly contested categories we have had as many as 10 presenting their arguments. They care passionately about the shortlist and this year’s winners. And I wouldn’t have it any other way!

I’ve also got to thank you for voting online for the four prestigious awards chosen by FX readers worldwide. I am delighted you have chosen – with brilliant insight and impeccable judgment – to reward Studio Shaw, Adam Nathaniel Furman, Softroom, and Sarah Wigglesworth, who wins the Outstanding Lifetime Contribution to Design accolade. These are fantastic results and such deserving winners. FX thanks you!

Theresa Dowling, Editor, FX


The winners for the 2019 FX Awards:

Best Bar or Restaurant : Tingtai Teahouse by Linehouse

Bar or Restaurant

Winner: Tingtai Teahouse
by Linehouse

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Bayswater College by Tigg + Coll Architects with Paint Shop Studio

Graphics: Signage and Wayfinding

Winner: Bayswater College
by Tigg + Coll Architects and Paintshop Studio

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Qujiang Creative Cultural Centre by The Oval Partnership

Public Space Scheme

Winner: Qujiang Creative Cultural Centre
by The Oval Partnership

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Vault by Ateljé Lyktan/Fourmation

Lighting Product

Winner: Vault
by Ateljé Lyktan/Fourmation

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Royal Academy of Music – Theatre and new Recital Hall by Ian Ritchie Architects

Public Sector

Winner: Cloud of Luster Chapel
by KTX ArchiLAB

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iD Revolution by Tarkett

Floor Covering

Winner: iD Revolution
by Tarkett

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Spanish City by ADP

Mixed-Use Development

Winner: Spanish City
by ADP

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SND by Various Associates

Retail Space

Winner: SND
by Various Associates

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Numo Chair by Aeris

Public, Leisure or Office Furniture

Winner: Numo Chair
by Aeris

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Nobu Hotel London by Ben Adams Architects

Hotel

Winner: Nobu Hotel London
by Ben Adams Architects

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Muse Acoustic Wall Panels by Woven Image

Surfaces

Winner: Muse Acoustic Wall Panels
by Woven Image

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The Beecroft Building by Hawkins\Brown

Workspace Environment Small (under 40,000 sq ft)

Winner: The Beecroft Building
by Hawkins\Brown

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Fitzco / Momentum / Weber Shandwick by Gensler

Workspace Environment Large (over 40,000 sq ft)

Winner: Fitzco / Momentum / Weber Shandwick
by Gensler

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Royal Opera House by StudioFractal

Lighting Design

Winner: Royal Opera House
by StudioFractal

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Hintze Hall, Natural History Museum by Casson Mann

Museum or Exhibition Space

Winner: Hintze Hall, Natural History Museum
by Casson Mann

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1Rebel Victoria by Studio C102

Leisure or Entertainment Venue

Winner: 1Rebel Victoria
by Studio C102

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2019 Product of the Year: Rakino by Morgan

2019 Product of the Year

Winner: Rakino
by Morgan

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UK Project of the year

UK Project of the Year

Winner: WPP Amsterdam Campus, Amsteldok
by BDG Architecture + Design

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Qujiang Creative Cultural Centre by The Oval Partnership

Global Project

Winner: Qujiang Creative Cultural Centre, Xiang
by The Oval Partnership

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Breakthrough Talent of the year - Studioshaw

Breakthrough Talent of the Year

Winner: Studioshaw

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Product Designer of the Year - Adam Nathaniel Furman

Product Designer of the Year

Winner: Adam Nathaniel Furman

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Softroom

Interior Design Practice of the Year

Winner: Softroom

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Outstanding Lifetime Contribution to Design

Outstanding Lifetime Contribution to Design

Winner: Sarah Wigglesworth

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Judges

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