Introducing: Jaime Hayon

He is the golden child of Spanish interior design. Born in Madrid, trained in the famous Fabrica in Italy, and now settled in London, Jaime Hayon quickly rose to international fame, working on his own projects and designing fo such companies as Mooi and Swarovski. Hayton skillfully plays with forms, styles and colours, combining otherwise dissociated elements into homogeous compositions that always carry through his own individual style.

His works are both extravagant and simple, exuberant yet subdued. Refusing to follow tradition, Hayon blazes his own trail drawing inspiration from underground art and street style to create designs to the highest quality and value. Always experimenting, whatever creative path he choses to takes, his ultimate desire is to conceive innovative projects that serve the customers both in terms of aesthetic beauty and funcionality.

Asked if he had any advice for the youth Jaime answered:
‘to be themselves.
not to copy anyone else.
every person is unique, if they look at themselves and
believe in themselves, then they will make great work.’

FAVN Sofa for Fritz Hansen.
A shell-shaped design, the sofa features hard exterior and soft, comfortable interior.

Lounger Chair for BD.
Classic elegance and modern concept come together in this timeless design.

Tudor Chair by Jaime Hayon
The polished finish and stitching denote royal elegance, while the whole design is playful and contemporary.

Vanity Table by Jaime Hayon

Bathroom Collection for Bisazza Bagno

Bathroom Collection for Bisazza Bagno

Grid Vases by Jaime Hanon
A tale of two cities, this vases are inspired by medieval London and rich Islamic culture of Istambul.

Bubbles Lamp by Jaime Hayon
Stylish, but functional. The unique design and sleek finish make for a stunning addition to modern interiors.

Baccarat Zoo by Jaime Hayon
Full of magic and glamour, this crystal and porcelain collection of animal-shaped decorative capsules marries creativity with flawless excution.

*Images: Design Top News, ArchiProducts, Konsepti, Design Crack, Cult Furniture,

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