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2021 Jonathan Hindle Prize winners announced


Design Guild Mark - June 2, 2021 - 0 comments

Two designs from the Furniture and 2D Design categories have been awarded the 2021 Jonathan Hindle Prize for outstanding design.

DGM 249 TO1 Cross Chair, designed by Luke Pearson and Tom Lloyd for TAKT, and DGM 255 Identity and Strata Collection, designed by David Irwin and Rachel Evison for Bute Fabrics, as the winners of the Jonathan Hindle Prize for outstanding design.

The winners were announced at the Design Guild Mark ceremony, which took place on Wednesday 2 June via Instagram Live.

The Jonathan Hindle Prize is awarded to the most outstanding of the year’s Design Guild Mark awarded pieces in both the furniture and 2D categories. Both winners will receive a stunning trophy, which was made from solid surface Corian®, and a £1,000 cash prize.

DGM 258 Oceanic, designed by Jodie Padgett for Camira, and DGM 259 Introvert Extrovert, designed by Nathanael Hunt for Haberdashery, were also highly commended.

Jonathan Hindle, sponsor of the prize, said: “This year’s winners of the Jonathan Hindle Prize utilised exceptionally innovative thinking to create products that are unique and have meaning beyond their face value. This good design is why British manufacturing is still one of the forerunners in the world industry and why celebrating it through the Design Guild Mark and the Jonathan Hindle Prize is so important.”

Winners’ comments

'The design collaboration between Bute and David Irwin was a celebration of the mill, island, its unique history and the community here, so it is a great achievement for us all to be awarded the Jonathan Hindle Prize for the Identity and Strata Collection.'

— Rachel Evison

Co-designer of Identity and Strata Collection

'I’m thrilled and honoured to receive the Jonathan Hindle Prize for the collaboration with Bute Fabrics. It’s especially meaningful for me as this has been my first time working in textile design, so I’m extremely grateful to be recognized by such an esteemed panel of judges. Thank you to the whole team at Bute for making the project happen.'

— David Irwin

Co-designer of Identity and Strata Collection

'We are delighted with the Design Guild Mark and to be awarded this top prize is a lovely surprise. It’s great the Design Guild Mark has awarded a very young company trying to do something different as a business model and setting the bar as high as they can in terms of sustainability.'

— Luke Pearson of PearsonLloyd

Co-designer of TO1 Cross Chair

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