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jaime hayon

jaime hayon's booths for both bisazza and barcelona design were two of the highlights of milan for me. full of color, pattern, plenty of metallics and a wonderful sense of whimsy, hayon's designs stood out from the pack because of the designer's unique voice and take on some of the current trends in the industry: gold, silver and craft-like detailing (visible stitching, buttons, etc.). you can read the full post on jaime right here and see many, many more pictures of his standout pieces from milan...

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Blogger marandbry said...

ahhh! that first object gives me the major heebi jeebies... like i'm looking at spores growing out of a funky plant or something.

must. divert. eyes.

4:06 PM  
Blogger kstyle said...

I have featured Jaime Hayon several times on Kstyle and I couldn't agree more that he is one of the most talented designers working today. His "bathroom as room" furniture collection is beyond gorgeous and absolutely takes my breath away. I wonder if you saw that in Milan? How fun to get to see all of these designers and such creativity in one place. k

4:30 PM  
Blogger Unknown said...

I loved, very good!!!!

6:19 PM  
Blogger Shay said...

Yeeech.Just say "no" to the disco look meets christmas tree whateverthingamajig.

4:03 PM  
Blogger Stratos Bacalis said...

Certainly very unique and great looking stuff but it does not look like more than season's best for me...in two-thee year's time, who will need a gold cactus in his living room? I certainly don΄t even now. All this gold and silver reek too much of 80's greed. They΄re much more stylish though, I admit.

3:25 AM  
Blogger lilly piri said...

Wow, they are so beautiful!

3:59 AM  

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