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As LDF16 draws to a close, we take a moment to review Mint’s recent Press coverage. Continue reading to see more!

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2016 is the 10th anniversary of the London Design Festival’s first Design District. Brompton’s cluster of iconic design retailers and global brands joined forces in 2006 with local cultural institutions to foster a space where new design can flourish.

Mint is proud to be part of the iconic district, and look forward to seeing what the District presents for this year’s London Design Festival.

Continue reading to see the must see venues!

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For the London Design Festival 2016, Lina Kanafani curates ‘White Canvas,’ focusing on innovative designers whose approach is highly individualistic. Over 50 new and established designers have been chosen for their unique handcrafted skills working in a broad range of mediums. Such creative processes invariably result in compelling and collectable pieces.

Cast alongside these examples of design excellence are experimental pieces by new graduates handpicked from Milan and UK graduate shows, where innovation, technique and surprise are the main criteria.

The exhibition opens from 10.30am tomorrow, Saturday 17th, and runs until Friday 30th September 2016.

We look forward to seeing you all during the festival!

final general invite

 

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1aEllie Birkhead is a recent 3D Design & Craft graduate from the University of Brighton. Having a strong interest in the lost art of Craftsmanship, Ellie has drawn attention to the declining brush-making industry in her pieces featured at Mint’s LDF15 exhibition, Twisting Tradition.

Continue reading to find out more about the pieces, and see more of her work.

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Marta Bakowski founded her own design studio in 2013 with the objective to focus on furniture and products. A graduate from Saint Martin’s and the Royal College of Arts, Marta questions the language of objects and their emotional impact, while accentuating materiality and colour.

Continue reading to see the pieces exhibited at Mint’s for LDF2015, and find out more about these beautiful products.

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Continue reading to find out more about the remarkable colouring process.

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Carlos Ortega is a studio-workshop dedicated to the design and manufacture of furniture, lighting, product and architectural solutions.

Mint exhibited their work for LDF15 Twisting Tradition and it was greatly received. Continue reading to find out more.

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Founded in 2014 by German textile designers, Eva Schlechte and Jennifer Hier, Studio Gutedort’s work is an intersection of craftsmanship and design combined with an experimental position.

Continue reading to find out more about the innovative duo’s previous projects, and the pieces currently exhibited at Mint.

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As temperatures soar, take a look at our press coverage over the recent months to see what’s hot!

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Further to our Transforming Forgotten Stories post, see Hillsideout’s beautiful video of the Liquid Colour table:

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