It's a collection that you won't spot on the London design circuit this month, but the new range from Minimalux - which launched online last night to coincide with the festival - is no less worthy of attention.
Created under the direction of company founder - British designer Mark Holmes - Minimalux's second collection includes an impressive tally of objects ranging from candleholders to pill tubes, plus the picnic cutlery originally commissioned by Wallpaper* for our August 'Handmade' issue.
As considered and well-crafted as the last collection, expect more clean lines in copper, brass, glass and aluminium. But the best news is that they're now available to buy.
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