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2022 Jonathan Hindle Prize winners announced

Design Guild Mark - June 14, 2022 - 0 comments

Three designs from the Furniture, 2D Design and Lighting Design categories have been awarded the 2022 Jonathan Hindle Prize for outstanding design.

The winners of this year’s prize were Fourfold (DGM 264), designed by Barry Jenkins for Ocee International;  Swell (DGM 277), designed by Jones & Partners for The Collective Agency; and Hotaru (DGM 279), designed by Edward Barber & Jay Osgerby for Ozeki Lantern Company,

The winners were announced at the Design Guild Mark ceremony, which took place on Tuesday 24 May during Clerkenwell Design Week.

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

Rodney McMahon, chairman of the Design Guild Mark, said: “Design Guild Mark entries this year were of a very high standard and gave the judges much food for thought.  The Jonathan Hindle Prizes, in all three categories, took long deliberation and are a very generous way to mark exceptional British Design and to encourage and reward the designers themselves.”

Winners’ comments

“I was genuinely surprised to win the Jonathan Hindle Prize and honoured to receive it. It means a lot to me as it recognises the unique response to a challenging brief, simply executed. It is a great honour.”

— Barry Jenkins

Broome Jenkins

“The whole Jones & Partners Studio are very honoured to receive the Jonathan Hindle Prize. The recognition fuels our team with confidence that we continue to make good choices in our development and innovation. It caps off a remarkably productive year for the studio, with eight high quality product designs being launched at Clerkenwell Design Week. We’d like to thank The Collective for their ambition and the judges for their consideration.”

— Craig Jones

Jones & Partners

``We are very happy to be awarded the Jonathan Hindle Prize for the Hotaru collection. We are pleased that hand crafted production is recognised in the furniture industry.``

— Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby

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