Mint is excited to reveal a selection of cutting-edge, contemporary design at a reduced price. From 28th – 30th Janaury 2016, clients will have the opportunity to invest in beautiful pieces at special prices.
The full selection can viewed in-store at Mint.
Hope you can make it!
Twisting Tradition, for LDF2015, took Mint on a cultural journey to the most poetic corners of craft-orientated design. A selection of work, inspired by organic shapes, natural materials and traditional craftsmanship, revealed how contemporary designers interpret our world.
Mint collaborated with Industry Plus to present Nendo’s new collection ‘Tokyo Tribal’, and Nigel Coates’ ‘Paracastello Collection’ amongst a large number of emerging talents and established designers. Twisting Tradition showcased design from over 60 individuals and collectives who challenge conventional thinking with an imaginative approach to materials and techniques.
Continue reading to see more of Mint’s LDF2015 exhibition, Twisting Tradition.
Mint celebrated the arrival of summertime with its annual May exhibition, running from Thursday 7th May – 31st May 2015. This show presented work from over 30 designers carefully selected for their contribution to contemporary craft. Each piece illustrated the importance of skill and artistry within a machine driven industry. The exhibition introduced new and inventive production techniques and revealed traditional methods enlivened by new creative approaches.
Continue reading to see Contours of Spring’s lovely pieces!
Do you have a one bed investment flat in London? Have a look at a selection of our recent refurbishment projects.
The plight of refugees is the crisis of our times. The unprecedented flight of men, women and children from the war in Syria has captured the world’s attention, while around the globe there are 20 million people seeking sanctuary from war and oppression, in search of a life worth living.
Esna Su, a recent graduate from Central Saint Martins and originally from the South of Turkey, has created a collection based on the struggles of Syrian refugees who have been forced to abandon their homes and flee the conflict, continuing their lives in small tents in refugee camps.
Continue reading to find out more about Esna’s work.
Here at Mint we’re bringing some warmth to 2016 by highlighting our lovely collection by Chilean design studio, Bravo!
Bravo!, the Santiago design studio, specialise in marrying traditional Chilean carpentry techniques with contemporary style. Seeking innovation through simplicity and functionality, they create objects that are founded in traditional woodworking techniques, combined with the the use of the best available technologies.
Continue reading to see more of the La Familia collection.
From everyone at Mint we would like to wish you all a very Merry Christmas and hope you have a magical time over the festive period.
This Winter, Mint welcomed a new collection of Oyuna cashmere products. Since 2002, the focus of Oyuna has been to create cashmere pieces that are both innovative and timeless.
Continue reading to find out more about the collection.
In November, Mint welcomed Once Milano’s Autumn/Winter Linen Collection. Once Milano create beautiful linen products, where the excellence of tradition finds a new beginning. They strongly believe in the tradition of hand crafted Italian textiles and are dedicated to bringing tradition to the creation of unique home linen.
Continue reading to see more of the collection.
It’s been a busy six months for Mint in the press, with many of our pieces featured. Continue reading for a summary of our coverage.