Question about libraries

Hello, I was trying to make a library for arduino which includes many utility functions and classes, but now I’ve decided I want to separate it into separate header files. Previously, I did this:
#include <utilityLibrary.h>
and I had all of the functionality that I programmed. I want to be able to do this:

#include <utilityLibrary/Sensors.h> // example

Is this possible at all? Thanks!

Yes. This line:
#include <utilityLibrary/Sensors.h> // example
just say that at that location, there’s a folder called “utilityLibrary” and in that folder, there’s a file “Sensors.h”

arduino_new: just say that at that location, there's a folder called "utilityLibrary" and in that folder, there's a file "Sensors.h"

At what location? Inside the libraries folder in Arduino?

xdddman:
At what location? Inside the libraries folder in Arduino?

At the location where you have <utilityLibrary.h> this file before.

xdddman:
I want to be able to do this:

#include <utilityLibrary/Sensors.h> // example

Please provide an explanation of why you want to do this.

xdddman:
Is this possible at all?

Impossible to say based on the information you’ve provided. Please provide a diagram of your folder structure. For example, your diagram might look something like this:

{sketchbook folder}
|_libraries
|_utilityLibrary
|_utilityLibrary.h
|_Sensors.h