See Who Won the 2017 Event Style Awards

From a picture-perfect activation at the Summer Olympics to a Game of Thrones-inspired holiday party, here's a look at the best ideas and strongest execution in events and meetings.

29Rooms Submitted by Refinery29 The second iteration of 29Rooms, Refinery29’s interactive, Instagrammable playground, featured creative lighting elements in the curated spaces, including rainbow lighting inspired by the Pride movement and a fluid green-blue water treatment that mimicked a bottle of Perrier. The overall lighting design was intended to produce the ideal conditions for capturing an Instagram moment. The multi-day event took place in August 2016 in a warehouse in Brooklyn.

29Rooms
Submitted by Refinery29
The second iteration of 29Rooms, Refinery29’s interactive, Instagrammable playground, featured creative lighting elements in the curated spaces, including rainbow lighting inspired by the Pride movement and a fluid green-blue water treatment that mimicked a bottle of Perrier. The overall lighting design was intended to produce the ideal conditions for capturing an Instagram moment. The multi-day event took place in August 2016 in a warehouse in Brooklyn.

Photo: Ryan Kobane/BFA.com

BizBash announced the winners of the 2017 BizBash Event Style Awards at BizBash Live: New York on Wednesday at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center. Honoring the best ideas, strategies, products, and technology in North America and beyond, the awards were given to entries that demonstrated innovation, quality of execution, effectiveness, and an influential impact on the event and meeting industry. The judging panel included BizBash's National Advisory Board as well as BizBash editors; the rules for the Event Style Awards can be found here.

Here's a look at the winning work.

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