The Derbyshire-based company provided more than 2,200sqm of temporary structures for the glitzy event, which attracted celebrity guests including Victoria Beckham, Naomi Campbell and Cara Delevigne.
The structures included a 800sqm clear roof structure, as well as an adjoining reception structure, which also featured a glass roof and provided VIP guests a dedicated area to have their photographs taken.
It was the eighth year that Owen Brown had worked on the Glamour Women of the Year Awards.
Scott Hayward, managing director of Owen Brown, said: "Berkeley Square is a wonderful location for such a prestigious awards ceremony and our Absolute structure, with its clear roof and setting among the trees, looked incredible on the night."
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