Designer of the Year Award, Interiores Magazine.
Elena armchair, design for Rabadán, Loro Piana fabrics.
UDA tables collection, design for Ondarreta. Lacquered legs and recycled pet top.
Alex Katz jewellery line, exclusive collection for the Thyssen Museum.
Collaboration with Nina Mur; collection of glasses and magnifying glasses.
Ceramic collection by Theo van Rysselberghe for the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum.
Launch of the new HR home, a homeware collection in stoneware.
Giro sculpture for Juan Naranjo Gallery and exhibited at Fundación Mapfre Barcelona.
Collaboration with Teixidors and Museo-Thyssen Bornemisza on shawls inspired by Mark Rothko.
Planta - a family of potholders in iron and terracotta for Serax.
Calma, a second collection of rugs for Dac Rugs.
Mushroom, lemons and chanterelle, a sculptural collection of knobs for Ferm Living.
Georgia O´Keeffe Collection designed for the Thyssen Bornemisza Museum, Madrid.
Pebbles Collection of poufs for Gancedo.
Anaga - Candles and candle holders designed for Cerabella.
Can de Plata, Cabildo de Gran Canaria award for design.
Shades, a collection of carry on objects for Georg Jensen.
Popsicle and more - wool and jute rug designs for Dac Rugs.
Mujer Hoy award, for women in the field of design.
Publication of '20 Years of Helena Rohner’ book, published by Turner.
Winner of the IED prize for the best project in Contemporary Jewellery.
Production in the documentary, ’Lucas’ Adventure’.
Gold Medal for Achievement in Fine Arts, granted by the King and Queen of Spain.
Sculpture jewellery designed with David Delfín.
Helena becomes part of ACME's board of directors.
The first jeweller to become a member of the ACME (Spain’s Fashion Designers’ Association).
Winner of the Red Dot Design Award.
Design of an exclusive jewellery collection for the Tate Modern in London, UK.
2006 - 2009
Exclusive collaborations with fashion designers; Carmen March, Women's Secret, Juan Duyos, Juanjo Oliva, Miriam Ocariz.
Design of Helena teaset for Georg Jensen in steel and porcelain.
Objects in FSC wood designed for Munio Design.
Kahler, a design for a set of porcelain pen drives.
For Massimo Carpets, a set of carpets designed and made in purest wool.
The Helena Rohner shop opens in Barcelona, on the Carrer de l´Espasería.
Exclusive designs for art museums: Fundación Joan Miro, Museo Guggenheim Bilbao, CAAM, Museo Thyssen Bornemisza.
The brand expands to the international market.
Helena designs for the Paul Smith jewellery collection for women and men.
The Studio/Workshop opens in Madrid’s Calle del Almendro.
Two annual collections: Woman and Man.
Showing at fairs such as Première Classe Paris, Tranoi Paris, Tranoi NY, Pitti Uomo Florence.
Creation of the Helena Rohner brand.