Jaime Hayón vase collection for Bisazza


Jaime Hayon vase collection for Bisazza

Jaime Hayón is back, with a new collection of hand-made vases for mosaic brand Bisazza.


The Hayón Vase Collection will debut at the Bisazza showroom in London next month, during the London Design Festival.


Here is the press release:




LONDON DESIGN FESTIVAL 2007 – September 15 to 25.

Hayon Vase Collection for Bisazza Home.

Bisazza Showroom, 60 Sloane Avenue, London SW3
10am – 6pm Monday – Saturday



For the London Design Festival 2007, luxury Italian mosaic specialists Bisazza will showcase an exclusive collection of hand crafted vases designed by Jaime Hayon for Bisazza Home.


This collection is part of Pixel Ballet, Hayon’s installation first presented in April at the Salone del Mobile in Milano, which includes a number of furniture pieces and objects, each enriched with mosaic.


With this exhibition, Hayon experiments with mosaic and ceramic in his own personal language, from which emerges a fresh style of voluptuous vases. The pieces transcend the genre of manufactured decorative objects to become works of art, in different shapes, sizes and colours.

This unique collection of fifteen vases comprises striking black and white ceramic pieces, which enhance the texture and allure of the gold and glass mosaic.

The work is limited edition, but the showroom will be taking orders for this collection during London Design Festival.

The collaboration with Jaime Hayon, a young but already well known emerging star on the international scene, confirms the continuous commitment of Bisazza to work with the most inventive and talented personalities in the design world.

Hayon Vases Collection

On show:

Ufo Vase
Two Open Vases
Two Small Openmichelin Vase
Medium Openmichelin Vase
Two Organic Michelin Vase
Pointyhat Vase
Openmuneco Vase
Ballbat Vase
Antenahat Vase
Two Bulletrabbit Vases
Openholes Vase


Jaime Hayon the young Spanish designer was born in Madrid in 1974. He began his career in 1997 at FABRICA (Benetton’s creative department). After a year he became the Director of the Design Department, specifically with the responsibility to supervise the design of the company’s stores, restaurants, bookstores, and exhibitions. .

In 2004 Jaime decided to open his Hayon Studio and, since the very beginning, his work has overlapped the boundaries between art and design. He designs toys, furnishing accessories, and co-ordinates exhibitions and interiors projects.

In 2005 Jaime designed AQHayon, a collection of bathroom accessories for Artquitect where he showcased his talent as one of the hottest, cutting edge designers to emerge in recent years.

Jaime’s installations at David Gill Gallery in London, the Vitra Design Museum, and the Design Museum of London have all been a great critical success.

In 2006 not only was Jaime recognised by Wallpaper as one of the best ten new designers in the world but he also won the Elle Decor International Design Awards for the category best bathroom.

Recent design collaborations include: Benetton, Metalarte, Artquitect Edition, Coca-Cola, Danone Group, Adidas, Pallucco, Piper Hiedsieck and Camper and since 2006 he has been art director of Lladro’.

Jaime’s work has been published in leading design magazines worldwide.

Posted on Sunday August 26th 2007 at 9:50 pm by . Copyright policy | Comments policy

  • David

    Jaime’s work is daring and original, straddling between design and artoyz. It will be interesting to see how his career evolves. I bet all the collectors will snap these vases up !

  • maboica

    I love Jaime’s work but unfortunately I think that ICON Magazine is right to point out that unfortunately designers/artists such as Jaime are not been allowed to develop their work further. If we are honest here, Jaime is just recycling himself with this vases and other projects by simply varying the scale of the work and re arrange his initial sketches. If you’ve ever had a chance to look at his drawings, they are amazing but that doesn’t mean that everything he “dreams” can become material because it actually looks over-scaled, and badly detailed. Case in point, the camper store located in Passeig de Gracia in Barcelona. Amazing use of colors, material finishes but the actual quality of the finished product is not that great. Perhaps this has to do with the fact that Jaime doesn’t actually spec any of this things, but in the end I just believe he needs to take a breather, step back and re asses his work because is getting tiring within just a year and a half of ridiculous exposure and abuse by everyone.

  • Dork

    Everybody ‘jumps’ on Jaime claiming he is the new Starck (like they did a four years back with the Bouroullec Brothers).
    And I did love me some designs from Jaime which were already showned on this amazing website.
    But sometimes I wish there wasn’t such thing as internet, so he could develop himself steadily instead of being ‘catapulted’ as the new star and fall off within a few years.

    Those few years on the downlow seems to improve the designs from the Bouroullec Bros.