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FX Awards 2015: The winners

Last night (Wednesday 25 November 2015) the FX Awards celebrated 17 years of world-class design excellence. Thanks to the continuous support we now have a truly international status with global submissions comprising 50 per cent of our entries. So by winning tonight you really are the best in the world.

As a result, with so many VIP architects and designers in attendance, I am humbled that you have travelled across the world to join FX for one night only at this fabulous party. Our industry is known for its colourful characters and it's here that you get to meet them!

The strength of the FX Awards is directly attributable to our judging panel, which I invite as new each year to keep the event on its toes. Each judge has been invited for their integrity, opinions and experience to reflect your interests. And while I didn't judge myself, this year I have recruited 20 judges, our largest panel ever, to argue your corner. In some of the most hotly contested categories we had as many as eight judges putting the case for the entries. They care as much as I do about the value of these awards - and the debates were magnificent!

And with our four prestigious awards, as voted by FX readers worldwide, I am delighted that you have voted Mark Major as the Outstanding Lifetime Contribution to Design. Our first-ever lighting designer to receive this accolade! Fantastic news. Thank you!

- Theresa Dowling, FX editor and awards director

The winners for the 2015 FX Awards have been announced

Bar

Bar or Restaurant

Winner: Yuan at Atlantis The Palm
by Steve Leung Designers

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Public

Public Space Schemes

Winner: Windhover Contemplative Center
by Aidlin Darling Design

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Lighting Product

Lighting Product

Winner: CoeLux
by CoeLux srl

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Public Sector

Public Sector

Winner: Psychology Department, University of Westminster
by Rock Townsend

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Drawing

Drawing

Winner: Santa Croce Basilica
by Chris Eckersley

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Mixed Use Development

Mixed Use Development

Winner: Spring Mews
by The Manser Practice Architects + Designers

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Retail Space

Retail Space

Winner: Shop 03
by i29 interior architects

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Public, Leisure or Office Furniture

Public, Leisure or Office Furniture

Winner: ODOS series: Urban Furniture
by SCOB architecture and landscape

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Hotel

Hotel

Winner: TUVE
by Design Systems

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Surfaces

Surfaces

Winner: Transitions
by Desso

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Workspace Environment

Workspace Environment

Winner: Fold 7
by Paul Crofts Studio

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Lighting Design

Lighting Design

Winner: Lighting the UK Pavilion
at Milan Expo 2015
by BDP

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Museum or Exhibition Space

Museum or Exhibition Space

Winner: Yu Geng Shan Wine Museum
by Godolphin

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Leisure or Entertainment Venue

Leisure or Entertainment Venue

Winner: Exploded Cinema
by One Plus Partnership

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2015 Product of the Year

2015 Product of the Year

Winner: Closer
by Diego Grandi for Zucchetti

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UK Project of 2015

UK Project of 2015

Winner: Regatta HQ
by SpaceInvader (Interior Design)
Fletcher Rae (Architect)

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Global Project

Global Project

Winners: OneOcean Port Vell Barcelona
by SCOB architecture and landscape

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break

Breakthrough Talent of the Year

Winner: Giles Miller

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Product Designer of the Year

Product Designer of the Year

Winner: Todd Bracher

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Interior Design Practice of the Year

Interior Design Practice of the Year

Winner: Universal Design Studio

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Outstanding Lifetime Contribution to Design

Outstanding Lifetime Contribution to Design

Winner: Mark Major

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Judges

Judges

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