Ou FreeHand exhibition is still on at our main store on Wigmore Street. It will be finishing soon so if you haven’t already seen it you better hurry!
Wrongwoods by Richard Woods & Sebastian Wrong for Established and Sons.
Taking pride of place in the window at our Wigmore Street store is Giona. A new designs from Italian architect Michele de Lucchi
One of the successes of our FreeHand show was Fossili Moderni by Massimiliano Adami. A clever take on shelving utilising found objects, hand selected by the designer which are then set into polyurethane foam.
The Bookinist armchair was exhibited at the Milan Furniture Fair earlier this year and is now on display at Mint’s Wigmore Street store.
On show at Mint is Patricia Urquiola’s Shanghai Tip range which consists of a modular sofa available in varying sizes and designs, side tables and a selection of beautiful graphic print cushions.
Joiin by designer Susanne Philippson.
Dutch design duo Kiki van Eijk and Joost van Bleiswijk are featured at our main store and on show are pieces from their Quality Time collection which they premiered in Milan earlier this year.
All 8 of Danish designer Lene Toni Kjeld’s Wall Decoration range are still on show in the SW3 location.
Maxim Velcovsky’s unique collection for m i n t , Catastrophe has proved to be one of the talking points of the exhibtion. If you haven’t already seen them they are still on show at 70 Wigmore Street.
The Meterware table by Silke Wawro is constructed from vintage and contemporary pieces, joined together and then cut randomly. She has applied the same concept to a carpet made from recycled clothes which, just like the table, can be bought as long or as short as needed. The table is on show at Mint, SW3.
Works by artist Paul Goodwin are still on show at m i n t. His has been the subject of numerous exhibitions internationally and exists in many public collections in the UK, Italy, Japan, Switzerland and Zimbabwe.
Please keep logging on to our blog for up to the minute news of our future plans & projects. One of which will be an installation of work by Dutch designer Joost van Bleiswijk to run in conjunction with The Frieze Art Fair. More details to follow……..