To improve the world around you, create the atmosphere brighter, set the mood, to some extent, charge others by positive emotions, make you think, maybe even come to a meaningful decision, convey an elusive message, I think, this is the greatest task of the artist, designer and creative person in general.
Everyone would like to carelessly immerse in the artistic world of the Spanish designer Jaime Hayon (Jaime Hayon). These are real spaces filled with amazing objects. They can live separately as pieces of furniture or dishes or be a common compositional solution.
the Information Center of the Museum of the Groninger Museum
The interiors created by him are as the whole world, he is both real and futuristic. Elegant and bright filled with color, light and gloss, where the real shine of smooth surfaces, the shapes given to them. Their smooth textures and rounded corners give us a mood of calm, coziness and even playing. We are like in a doll house, where we forget about our heavy burden of being.
Camper Store Paris
The boundaries between pure art and functional design solutions are erased. And not only the interiors become part of the artistic design, but also the street spaces. In London, Trafalgar Square was turned into a field of chess battle, huge ceramic figures became part of the center of the modern metropolis, where they created their own fantastic performance.
A design breakthrough happened when Jaime Hayon presented his collection of sanitary ware to the public. These were his favorite streamlined shapes with inserted lights. The decision is bold and innovative. In general, the combination of taste, , vivid artistic style, functionality and to some degree of audacity is the recognizable unique design of the Spanish master.
Table top with two sinks, Hayon Collection, Bisazza Bagno.
“My things are often said” coool! “. Yes, I’m for wit and fun. It is not so important to follow the trends. It is necessary to learn how to follow for emotions. ” says the designer. So shall we follow?
Restaurant La Terraza del Casino (Madrid, Spain)
Website of the designer http://www.hayonstudio.com/