The 2019 Awards were a superb endorsement of the profession at its very best.
Over 350 guests were in attendance to see us reveal the winning projects – superb schemes that all demonstrate the many innovative ways landscape connects people, place and nature.
Guests enjoyed terrific speakers, great food and drink, and celebrated the very best landscape projects in the world. We also had a photo booth, provided by PhotoMeBooth, for our guests to grab snaps on the go!
Award-winning garden designer and popular television presenter Arit Anderson joined us as the main presenter for last year’s ceremony.
We also had a very special guest – Sir David Attenborough, who joined us at the ceremony to accept the LI Medal for Lifetime Achievement.
Sir David was one of a long list of terrific guest speakers at our Awards this year. Catch the full set of speeches here.
Designed by architect George Coles, the Troxy is a key part of East London’s architectural heritage, and the perfect upgrade for our biggest and best ceremony yet.
At the time of its opening in 1933 on the site of an old brewery, the Troxy was the largest cinema in England at that time – with a capacity of over 3,000. Today it caters for music concerts, ceremonies, film screenings, indoor sport, parties, weddings and more. In 2013 NME editor Mike Williams called it one of London’s ‘oldest, coolest and most iconic venues’.
Find out more at troxy.co.uk.