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A look back at this year’s incredible Mixology Awards 2019

We have to confess that, once or twice, post-award ceremony, we’ve bitten our fingernails, just hoping and praying that the dancefloor will fill.

16/07/2019 2 min read

Well, this year we could have got ourselves a gin fizz and a large cigar each and headed out onto the terrace, so confident were we that said dancefloor would be rammed in a matter of seconds.

Sure enough, as soon as the amazing Jazzy B introduced the rest of Soul II Soul to the stage – including the simply mesmeric Karen Wheeler – the Mixology throng were under his spell.

Earlier, our audience took full advantage of the fine weather, enjoying drinks and views across the Thames, before tucking into a fine dinner. This, of course, was merely the prelude to the prestigious Mixology awards, which this year saw wins (on the product side) for Autex Acoustics, Shaw Contract, Dataflex, Bisley and Eikund. Project winners included Basha Franklin, Gensler, Squire & Partners, Royal Opera House and Stanton Williams, Goddard Littlefair and Concorde BGW.

The Furniture Provider award went to Hunters, the Manufacturer of the Year was Orangebox, D&B Company of the Year was given to Oktra, the Product Designer award was presented to Martin Ballendat and the Design Practice of the Year went to BDP.

It was a particularly great night for the Orangeboxers, who – as well as scooping the Manufacturer of the Year award – then celebrated in real style as their emotional MD, Mino Vernaschi (he was far from the only emotional one, by the way), deservedly picked up the Henry Pugh award for outstanding contribution to the industry. 

What a night – and what a performance by Soul II Soul. Best yet? Very possibly.

Young Designer of the year 

Winner: Andrew Hamilton

Sponsored by: KI

Product: Surfaces 

Winner: Autex Acoustics Ltd

Sponsored by: CMD

Product of the Year: Flooring

Winner: Shaw Contract

Sponsored by: Specialist Joinery Group

Product of the Year: Lighting, Technology & Accessories

Winner: Dataflex

Sponsored by: Visavvi

Product of the Year: Storage

Winner: Bisley

Sponsored by: Camira

Product of the Year: Task Furniture

Winner: Carl Hansen & Son

Sponsored by: Interface

Product of the Year: Loose Furniture

Winner: eikund

Sponsored by: IdeaPaint

Project of the Year: Small Commercial Interiors

Winner: Basha-Franklin

Sponsored by: Connection

Project of the Year: Medium Commercial Interiors

Winner: Gensler

Sponsored by: Office Furniture London

Project of the Year: Large Commercial Interiors

Winner: Squire & Partners

Sponsored by: Colebrook Bosson Saunders

Project of the Year: Public Sector Interiors

Winner: Royal Opera House and Stanton Williams

Sponsored by: Orangebox

Project of the Year: Hotel Interiors

Winner: Goddard Littlefair

Sponsored by: Cosentino

Furniture Provider of the Year

Winner: Hunters – The Furniture Company

Sponsored by: Materia

Project of the Year: Bar & Leisure Interiors

Winner: Concorde BGW

Sponsored by: IVC

Manufacturer of the Year

Winner: Orangebox

Sponsored by: Day2

Design & Build Company of the Year

Winner: Oktra

Sponsored by: Dataflex

Design Practice of the Year

Winner: BDP

Sponsored by: KI

Product Designer/Design Team of the Year

Winner: Martin Ballendat / Design Ballendat

Sponsored by: Peldon Rose

The Henry Pugh Outstanding Contribution Award

Winner: Mino Vernaschi

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