Projects shown include Jayon's Kubo-Kube, a cabinet within a cabinet, and Halo mirror for Pallucco (below).
The tables below are from Ready to Read, a travelling exhibition funded by the Spanish Institute for Foreign Trade (ICEX) and first presented in New York last year.
The following image shows Hayón's Camper shoe store in Carnaby Street, London, while the drawing (below) is part of his development work for the brand.
The site also shows many pages from Backstage, the book produced to coincide with Hayón's Stage exhibition first held at Aram Gallery in London last September.
Stage opens at Vivid Gallery in Rotterdam on 14 January.
- Rectangle shoes by Maria Nina Vaclavek r…eveal outlines of the wearer's feet
- "The current trend is to have an outdoor… kitchen"
- Orolog by Jaime Hayon launches exclusive…ly at Dezeen Watch Store pop-up
- Furniture by Residentat MOST
- Taxing Art by Beta Tank
- ROC Apeldoorn reception area by Tjep.
- Campana Brothers video interview 4
- Made in Asia by Andreas Saxer
- Designed in Hackney: TN29 by Le Gun and …Tracey Neuls
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