The Furniture Makers’ Company has announced the Design Guild Mark 2016 Awards for British excellence in design.

The Design Guild Mark Awards, now in its ninth year, have been announced for a total of 19 award recipients. The Design Guild Mark Awards promote excellence and raise the profile of British design and innovation.

The 19 award recipients for 2016 are:

Loku Range, designed by Shin Azumi for Case Furniture DGM 144.

The Flow Chair, designed by Tomoko Azumi for Ercol DGM 145

Pilot Chair for Knoll, designed by Edward Barber & Jay Osgerby DGM 146.

Column Bookcases, designed by Samuel Chan for Channels DGM 147.

Magnus Chair, designed by Samuel Chan for Channels DGM 148.

The Sebastian Cox Kitchen by deVOL, a design collaboration between the deVOL design team and Sebastian Cox DGM 149.

The Ashworth Desk, designed by Adam Daghorn for Conran, manufactured by Marks & Spencer DGM 150.

Marino Chair and Sofa, designed by Dylan Freeth for Ercol DGM 151.

Nuno Chair, designed by Mark Gabbertas for Allemuir DGM 152.

William Dining Chair, designed by Mark Gabbertas for Gloster DGM 153.

Eos Range, designed by Matthew Hilton for Case Furniture DGM 154.

Hardy Chair, designed by David Irwin for Another Country DGM 155.

The Planks Collection, designed by Max Lamb for Benchmark DGM 156.

Quiet Bench- hm 106, designed by Magnus Long for Hitch Mylius DGM 157.

hm221 Collection, designed by Timothée Mion for Hitch Mylius DGM 158.

Kyoto Bench System, designed by Morgan Studio for Morgan DGM 159.

UNNIA Chairs, designed by Simon Pengelly for Inclass DGM 160.

My Ami Range, designed by Alexander White for Heals DGM 161.

The Core Collection, designed by Jo Wilton & Mirka Grohn for &New DGM 162.

Alexander Gifford, chairman of the Design Guild Mark, said: “Once again, the entries were equally diverse, from contract to retail, from residential to hospitality and workplace, as were the applicants themselves. Chairing the judging process, for the second year, was a great honour, and watching the great minds in our industry critique the great output of British design was a real pleasure.”