Founded in 1999, Pepper-mint is a London-based design house and ideas generator headed by internationally renowned designer Patricia Adler that develops innovative design concepts in collaboration with manufacturers, licensees and bespoke clients.
With each project, Pepper-mintís goal is to bring to the market ground-breaking design concepts with significant commercial potential, working with the best-equipped and most innovative companies in each sector.
All Pepper-mint inventions, designs and brand names are protected by patents, registered designs and trademarks. Patents and registered designs are sold under license to manufacturers.
In its early days, Pepper-mint focused on pure design, selling direct to retailers and consumers. The company built a phenomenal reputation in the UK and international design sector and media for a wide range of products such as furniture, lighting and interiors, including the award-winning Qube furniture blocks and Qube-XM storage system, the Hexons and Palazzo chandeliers, the Reverso coffee table and many more.
Patricia Adler studied product and furniture design at Kingston University and worked in Milan, Vienna and London before founding Pepper-mint, which has exhibited at leading trade fairs in Europe and Asia. Bespoke clients have included Foster and Partners, the BBC, GMTV, Selfridges and Bloomberg.