The award was given for the celebration of the first ever Dezeen Awards held at the Tate Modern in November 2018.
"In a saturated market, the organisers made their mark extremely well for this inaugural event curating an art exhibition feel rather than a traditional awards show, ensuring the guest experience would be remembered through their use of designers, composers, art photographers and an unusual venue," said the Awards Awards judges.
Guests at the Dezeen Awards ceremony enjoyed an immersive experience orchestrated by architect Sarah Izod. The creative director of the event set the scene by filling the venue with otherworldly stilt-walkers dressed in long white gowns flitting around a ghostly tree installation.
Izod took inspiration from Maurice Sendak's 1960s storybook Where The Wild Things Are when creating the enchanting setting for the ceremony.
Winners of the architecture, design, interiors and studio categories were serenaded by a steel band as they mingled with high-profile attendees including Tom Dixon, Thomas Heatherwick and Ilse Crawford.
Musician Peter Adjaye curated the soundscape for the evening, visuals were designed by Micha Weidmann Studio, and photographer Leon Chew shot original films to commemorate the event.
Comedian Lenny Henry led the awards part of the night, and winner took home custom trophies handmade out of London clay by by Atelier NL.
Dezeen Awards is back for 2019 and accepting entires in 36 categories, with costs set at the low price of £75 per entry to ensure accessibility for even the smallest of studios.
Images courtesy of the Awards Awards unless otherwise stated.