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Valeria Sergienko of the multidisciplinary studio Nome Design is a Russian designer based in Stockholm. Her main research explores the decline of natural resources forcing her to work with non-virgin materials to develop her projects.

Continue reading to discover more about her stunning Perception collection…

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Mint would like to wish you a very Merry Christmas and a magical time over the festive period.

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It’s been a popular few months for Mint in the press, featuring in House & Garden, Livingetc and Wallpaper* magazines. Continue reading to discover the beautiful wintery styled features…

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This week we’re highlighting some of our favourite graduates who explore new concepts, featured for Mint’s LDF18 exhibition, TRANS-FORM.

Graduates Matilde Mozzanega and Huyn-Jin Sonhave have taken materials, craft, and culture to create fascinating designs and products based on reusing industrial paper waste.

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We are excited to finally reveal the Private View film from Mint’s London Design Festival 2018 exhibition ‘TRANS-FORM’ by Emiliano Verrocchio. Many friends and collaborators came along to celebrate and mingle, it was a fantastic party!

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Mint has been featured in House & Garden, Elle Decoration and international Magazines not only for its eclectic collection but as a top design store to visit during London Design Festival 2018.

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To mark its 20th anniversary Mint presents TRANS-FORM, an exciting collection of over 60 material-forward designers focusing on altering the state of matter through the design process. Lina Kanafani’s curated show for this year highlights the transformative power of design.

We look forward to seeing you all during the festival!

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Dean Brown is a Scottish Designer based in London. He designs and makes objects, installations and visitor experiences, with a dedication to understanding context, materials and process. He creates unconventional things for the conventional.

Continue reading to discover more about his beautiful Transit Vases…

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Joel Parkes is a British artist who produces sculptural artworks and forms made of local sustainable wood from West Dorset. His hand carved pieces are designed physiologically, highlighting the imperfections of wood to create beautifully crafted pieces.

Continue reading to discover more about these stunning vessels…

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London-based ceramicist Manos Kalamenios offers a rich and unexpected experience of ceramics to you through his work. All traditional perceptions of ‘porcelain’ or ‘bone-china’ are transformed when you come face to face with these surprising surfaces, textures, and formats of clay.

Manos constantly experiments with his recipe of colours and materials to produce stunning pieces. Continue reading to discover more about Manos’s journey–from being a talented chef to a celebrated ceramicist…

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