Judges and VIPs joined architects and designers from all over the world at Ennismore Sessions House in London for this year's Dezeen Awards party.
The event on 30 October celebrated the 30 project category winners that were announced online last month as well as the six studio category winners and three overall project winners that were revealed at the Dezeen Awards 2019 party.
J Mayer H, Vladimir Radutny Architects, i29 and Joe Doucet were among the project category winners that attended to collect their Dezeen Awards trophy designed by Atelier NL.
They were joined by Yinka Ilori, Nelly Ben Hayoun, Ron Arad and Yoko Choy who were all on the panel of 75 industry-leading professionals that judged Dezeen Awards this year.
A Room for Archaeologists and Kids by Studio Tom Emerson and Taller 5, Piazza Dell'Ufficio by Branch Studio Architects and Aguahoja I by Mediated Matter Group have been named best architecture, interiors and design projects of the year.
They were revealed on the night by Dezeen's founder and editor-in-chief Marcus Fairs and head of Dezeen Awards Aísling Cowley.
The overall project winners were selected from the existing pool of project category winners selected during this year’s master jury day in September.
Australian architecture studio Edition Office, interior design studio Linehouse and Tokyo-based design studio Takt Project were revealed as the best emerging studios of the year.
Vietnamese studio Vo Trong Nghia Architects, British interior designer Sevil Peach and Amsterdam-based Studio Drift were crowned best established studio of the year.
Guests at Ennismore Sessions House enjoyed drinks provided by this year’s Dezeen Awards drinks sponsor Campari UK, music by AJ Kwame and Dat Brass as well as light installations by Dezeen Awards headline sponsor Delta Light.
Photos are by Mark Cocksedge.