Studio William's Award winning ranges Mulberry, Karri and Mahogany, are stored as outstanding examples of contemporary British Cutlery Design.
Our designs will stand the test of time
The Chicago Athenaeum, has awarded Studio William patterns, over five awards for Good Design, between 2008 and 2016. Some of these patterns include, Karri, Kumquat, Mahogany, our Sensory Textured Spoons, and our latest addition, Balsa. As part of the awards process, they keep samples of every product that has won a Good Design Award, in their permanent collection.
The Balsa Cutlery range has won The prestigious German Design Special Award 2017 . Prizes are only awarded to projects that truly represent pioneering contributions to the German and International Design landscape.
Awarded to our latest range Balsa Mirror, the accolade of the Red Dot Design Award, is an internationally recognised quality label for excellent design.
Awarded for the Mulberry Sensory Textured Spoons, The German Design Award directly contributes to the overall commercial success of a business. Prizes will only be awarded to projects that truly represent pioneering contributions to the German and International Design landscape.
Awarded to the Mulberry Sensory Textured Spoons, the IF Homestyle Award is for excellence in product design for home appliances in the Chinese market.
Awarded to Mahogany Satin. The iF is one of the most prestigious design competitions in the world today: every year, companies subject their products and services to the rigorous testing of the iF DESIGN AWARD and appreciate its high value – not least as an established marketing instrument for the awarded participants and their designs.
The Chicago Anathaeum Museum of Architecture and Design awarded a Good Design Award to the Kumquat range
Awarded for the Mulberry Mirror Taster Spoons from the Studio William Creative Dining Collection. The accolade of the Red Dot Design Award, is an internationally recognised quality label for excellent design.
The Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design a Good Design Award to Karri Mirror 2008
Awarded to the Olive range. The award "red dot" for high design quality, expressing innovation in form and function in an exemplary manner is presented to: Olive Cutlery. The accolade of the Red Dot Design Award, is an internationally recognised quality label for excellent design.
Studio William's Olive, Mahogany and Tilia ranges were featured as part of Cuillère Couteau Fourchette (Fork Knife Spoons) at the Triennale internationale de design & innovation sociale Belgium. The collector Alain Wathieu offers us an amazing insight on the tables today and yesterday, discovering the covered stainless steel.
Four leading universities, 54 students, one national design competition. Responding to a unique challenge set by design-led cutlery company, Studio William, Sweet Instruments of Desire showcases 54 innovative and practical new cutlery forms designed by students to transform how dessert is experienced. The winner of the competition won a cash prize and had their piece manufactured and sold by Studio William.