Award-winning designer and manufacturer of bespoke lighting and other well-considered objects. We are physically located in the Minneapolis-Saint Paul metropolitan area and spiritually located at the confluence of concept, design, and form.
Introducing Exigen™ - the newest design from mnima. This customizable lighting platform is presented in an array of crisp, bright, eye-catching colors. Offering maximum flexibility and unbounded possibilities for designers, architects, and enthusiasts everywhere.
From November 1, 2020 to January 10th, 2021 mnima participated in the decennial Foot in the Door exhibition at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts.
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Prior Lake, MN 55372
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mnima is delighted to be included in Gray Magazine's collection of "favorite lighting, surfaces, and finishes of the moment". Gray advises, and we wholeheartedly concur, that our Kenal™ sconce "lends a muted elegance to any environment".
Midwest Home Magazine
mnima was recently featured in Midwest Home Magazine. We appreciate the kind words and certainly agree that our designs are "works of art that are both substantial in design and delicate in delivery."
LIT Design Awards
Our NOCTIFLOR™ chandelier has been recognized with a "LIGHTING PRODUCT DESIGN OF THE YEAR" award in the LIT Lighting Design Awards competition.
As an internationally juried competition, the LIT Design Awards™ was created to recognize the efforts of talented international lighting product designers and lighting implementers. LIT was envisioned to celebrate the creativity and innovation in the fields of lighting products and application.
Minneapolis College of Art & Design
mnima's feature in Midwest Home Magazine was noted by our alma mater, the Minneapolis College of Art & Design.
American Society of Interior Designers
mnima was honored to be awarded "Best In Category - Innovative Furnishings Design" by the American Society of Interior Designers.