The Moving On Collective are a group of 11 RCA alumni. With backgrounds in both jewellery and objects, from 6 different countries, this group of designers are looking to introduce contemporary jewellery into a wider audience, all starting at the Milan design fair ! We previous exhibited Sofie Boons, Phylicia Gilijamse and Marina Stanimirovic’s intriguing designs during last years LDF exhibition at Mint. For more details please visit the Kickstarted page where you can make a pledge.Read More
The Notting Hill based online design publication, Corner Magazine just launched Issue No 2. You can enjoy it for free by clicking here. Featured is a beautifully unique desk from one of Mint’s very own designers. Should you require any further information on the desk please get in touch with us at email@example.comRead More
We have been featured in some interesting international online publications as of late. Please enjoy this short selection of international press articles.
Owner of Mint, Lina Kanafani has been interviewed for Italian online magazine Sportmax in a new section named Way of Women, that showcases various working women’s way of life in today’s day and age. Interview by Fabio Campanini for Sportmax.
Dutch web-mag DesignBlvd also wrote a kind review about their recent experience in Mint. Written by Francis Coumans and Kim Van Brenk for Design Blvd.
Lastly, a recently released review of last years London Design Festival by Casa Vogue, a prominent Italian design magazine. Photographs and text by Winnie Bastian.
If you have visited Mint over the past few month then you may have laid eye upon the intriguing and enticing collection of Indian Summer Spoons by Thalia Maria. Thalia’s work celebrates the beauty of everyday objects, nature, tradition and ritual. By mixing everyday forms with beautifully hand forged silver details, Thalia introduces an additional narrative to a familiar household item. All pieces are completely hand made. Please continue on to see more images of the spoons as well as a video of another project Thalia Maria worked on for last years Salone in Milan.Read More
Julian’s rapid casting process, using a mould made up of 1300 plaster sticks, allows the user to easily create unique faceted forms. Please enjoy Julian’s video where he demonstrate the simple process that goes into every Pixel Vase.Read More
In the February Issue of Elle Decoration you can find several products featured from Mint’s current collection. These include lighting from Restart Milano, linen products from Society Limonta and an elegant desk and light by Per Soderberg. Anna Elzer Oskerson’s ever popular Dusty Diamond ceramics are featured in the article ‘ The Art of Display.’ All these beautiful pieces are available at Mint so please feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.Read More
From the 9th January – 7th February
Mint is excited to reveal a selection of cutting-edge, contemporary design at reduced price. For a limited period, clients will have the opportunity to invest in beautiful and special pieces at up to 30% off. Arcade, Hella Jongerius and Studio Job for Makkum, Moormann, Society Limonta and Zanotta are just some of the names that will feature. The full selection can viewed in-store at Mint.
Corsi Design Table Mats by Gaetano Pesce
Price per pair : £110.00
20% Discount : £88.00
Designed by Gaetano Pesce for Fish Design the manufacturing process employs dynamic resins, each piece is a unique original with bubbles, imperfections and dimension variations all a part of the process.Read More
The full Graduate Directory from Wallpaper* can be seen in the current issue which is still available to buy. The Directory features some of the years best emerging talent, such as David Horan and Nicholas Gadners Rolled Steel Bench which were exhibited at Mint during the London Design Festival.Read More