It's hard to believe that it was only in 2006 when, with a revolutionary new bathroom collection for ArtQuitect, Spanish designer-artist Jaime Hayón first came to our attention. Since then his bold, individual style has been paramount in the contemporary design industry's recent obsession with blurring the boundaries between art, decoration and design. He has defined his vision in solo exhibitions and shows in major galleries across the globe and his wide client list spans diverse functions and mediums, including domestic furniture for b.d ediciones, Established & Sons, Moooi, Gaia and Gino, among others. He has designed lighting fixtures for Metalarte and Swarovksi and sculptural limited editions for Bisazza, Lladró and Baccarat, as well as complete interiors for leading hotels, restaurants and stores.
[B]The shop, 10 Corso Como[/B]
10 Corso Como
Central Milan
[url=http://www.10corsocomo.com]www.10corsocomo.com[/url]
[B]Spazio Rossana Orlandi[/B]
Via Matteo Bandello, 14
Central Milan
[url=http://www.rossanaorlandi.com]www.rossanaorlandi.com[/url]
[B]Pinacoteca di Brera art gallery[/B]
Via Brera 28
Central Milan
[url=http://www.brera.beniculturali.it]www.brera.beniculturali.it[/url]
[B]The glasses shop Ottica Aspesi[/B]
Via San Vittore 11
Central Milan
[url=http://www.aspesi1910.com]www.aspesi1910.com[/url]
[B]New York Times T Magazine's party at the Bulgari Hotel[/B]
Via Fratelli Galla 7
Central Milan
[url=http://www.bulgarihotels.com/en-us/milan]www.bulgarihotels.com[/url]