Indeed, as seen at Mint London! These are some highlights of the exhibition at Mint during London Design Festival this year, and what an exciting exhibition to be a part of! The following image shows my favourite pieces of the exhibition.
From the minute I walked in through the door, I was greeted by a colossal piece of furniture that appeared to have walked straight out of ‘War of the Worlds’! Leading on was a Venetian Oak and Resin table that captured the bygone traces of what appeared to be Very Large mollusc trails that had, at one time, fed on the wood whilst submerged as moorings,- something that made me want to double check for any signs of life within the wood! And yet intrigued me for the activities we do not see beneath the watery depths all that often! Above this wonderful table hung a chandelier, again influenced by the watery reflections of the Venetian cityscape. A tranquil and quiet piece, made up of several individual glass pieces.
On I went through Mint, adoring various other works by numerous other designers, until, there they were, my ‘Made in Wales’ collection. A proud moment to see the pieces sit amongst such glorious works and imagination.