Stone Age Folk by Jaime HayonOn August 2, 2017 by Yelena
Spanish designer and artist Jaime Hayon was born in Madrid in 1974.
He studied industrial design in Madrid and Paris. After his graduation he joined Fabrica design and communication academy in Italy
where he directed the design dept. until 2003. Hayon set up his own studio in 2000 and dedicated himself fully to his own projects
from 2003 onward.
Today he is one of the most acclaimed contemporary designers who push the boundaries of crafts and mixing up art, design and
decorationin a very distinctive and creative way.His works were exposing worldwide in the most prestigious venues like :
Vivid Gallery, London Design Museum, Centre Pompidou, Bazel Art Fair, Gallery Thomas in Munich, Groninger Museum, etc.
He work on interiors and creating furniture and objects for leading hotels,restaurants and retail establishments around the globe.
Among his most notable works are The Nirav Modi Flagship boutique in New Delhi, Octium jewelry shop in Kuwait, The Faberge Salon in
Geneva, Le Sergeant Recruteur restaurant in Paris.
He has won numerous awards, and has been recognized by Wallpaper Magazine as one of the most influential creators of the last decade
and one of the most creative icons by Times magazine.
Hayon’s new Stone Age Folk exhibition was presented at Interior Design Show Toronto and during Milan design week within the ballroom
of Palazzo Serbelloni, a neoclassical palace built in 18th century. It feature Caesarstone and stain glass decoration as kaleidoscopic
installations and furniture objects inspired by folk primitive art.