by Jaime Hayon

Subdued yet playful. A collection of characters inspired by the masquerade ball, the chandelier from Jaime Hayon nods to Venetian heritage, the epicentre of glass artistry. The colour palette is understated, setting up a contrast to the lively menagerie.

M1 | W 230 x H 300 mm
M2 | W 250 x H 230 mm
M3 | W 190 x H 240 mm
M4 | W 190 x H 240 mm
M5 | W 140 x H 230 mm
M5B | W 200 x H 320 mm
M6 | W 310 x H 285 mm
M7 | W 330 x H 300 mm

Blown glass

Smoky Grey


Jaime Hayon

Jaime Hayon has had a long and illustrious career for somebody so young. He trained as an industrial designer in Madrid and Paris and went on, in 1997, to work as a researcher in Fabrica, Benetton Group’s communication research centre in Treviso, Italy. In 2004, he set out on his own and has kept his hands full with eclectic projects: from toys, to furniture and interior design as well as artistic installations. His boldness has been transcending the borders of the often separated worlds of art and design. Hayon’s work has developed in diverse areas: from curatorial roles, to those of an artist, to that of a designer. He has received awards from Elle Decoration, Wallpaper*, the London Design Festival as well as many others. Times magazine and Wallpaper* Magazine named him as one of the 100 most relevant creators of these times.

Jaime Hayon