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We have thoughtfully curated a beautiful collection of unique and exquisite pieces for you to choose from. Come and visit us before we move from 2 North Terrace to a different part of London.

In the meantime, we will keep you updated on the location of our new store, and until then of course our office and team are ready and waiting to take all orders as usual. Please keep in touch via our website and email.

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We are excited to announce that after over a decade in South Kensington, Mint will be moving home! It has been an unforgettable experience and we are delighted to continue our journey in a new area of London.

Over the years Lina Kanafani and her team have curated outstanding exhibitions showcasing striking contemporary collections and cutting-edge design.

Over the next few weeks, we are having a quiet sale ending 21st of June 2021 on a large selection of pieces in the gallery. We have thoughtfully curated a beautiful collection of unique and exquisite pieces for you to choose from.

Come and visit us for the last time at 2 North Terrace, we look forward to seeing you.

In the meantime, we will keep you updated on the location of our new store, and until then of course our office and team are ready and waiting to take all orders as usual. Please keep in touch via our website and email.

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We are excited to share the video of Mint’s London Design Festival 2020 exhibition ‘Bokeh’ by Inge Clemente. We curated a simple yet beautiful collection of pieces resulting in a striking exhibition. Despite the lockdown don’t miss out on these special pieces to help uplift your spirits!

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This year Mint’s exhibition showcases a distinctive capsule collection, which merges traditional craft and innovative techniques. Please see a sneak peek of the striking pieces that will be on display in the gallery. Come and visit!

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Mint Presents Bokeh
London Design Festival 12th – 30th September 2020

Mint is excited to announce the opening of ‘Bokeh’ on  Thursday 17th September for London Design Festival. In the meantime, we will be active online and reachable by email. We look forward to seeing you during the festival.

Bokeh is the visual quality of the blurry areas in a photograph. The soft pleasing feel of bokeh guides us to focus our attention on the important elements.

This year our exhibition Bokeh showcases a distinctive capsule collection, showing how designers are rethinking their approach to the design process, in order to create a more harmonious and balanced relationship with the environment. By merging traditional craft and innovative techniques, Bokeh ultimately presents a window of hope towards a better future.

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We were thrilled to be part of Collect 2020 and would like to thank all those who visited us. We exhibited a selection of contemporary collectable objects pushing the boundaries of craft and design.

Continue reading to discover the highlights from the fair…

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On Wednesday 27th February, we celebrated among friends, designers and creatives the private view dinner for Collect 2020. It was a lovely evening and a pleasure to host!

Continue reading for a sneak peek of our evening…

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Mint is pleased to be part of Collect 2020 from 27th February – 1st March at the Somerset House in London. We will exhibit a selection of exclusive pieces by contemporary makers, both established as well as fresh talent in the fields of furniture, lighting and ceramics.

Collect | The International Art Fair for Contemporary Objects
Visit us at room S7 (1st Floor South Wing)
Somerset House | Strand, London, WC2R 1LA 

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We are excited to reveal the Private View film from Mint’s London Design Festival 2019 exhibition ‘RAW’ by Inge Clemente. It was a memorable evening spent with lots of inspiring individuals. Thank you to all those who attended the event!

Continue reading to see more images from the party…

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Mint curates an innovative exhibition dedicated to an unconventional approach to design with a main focus on respecting nature and minimising the human impact on the environment. Featuring over 60 established designers and new talents selected globally for their ability to cross boundaries in pursuit of “Considerate Design”.

In addition, for this year’s Brompton Design District theme Nature/Nurture Mint presents a Raw twist on sustainability and circular design.

We look forward to seeing you all during the festival!

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