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Jaime Hayon’s “Moving Ideas” at Maison et objet

Posted By : Mrs. F

Hayon’s exhibition as Scenes d’Interieur designer of the year 2010 is a journey into the creative process behind the designer/artists’s work. “Moving Ideas” shows a selection of experiments in art and design as an insight into Hayon’s world. The exhibit displays different phases of the creative process, from sketches to prototypes, with a selection of essential pieces that range from Hayon’s first installations, like the Mediterranean Digital Baroque, to previews of his latest unveiled pieces.

For more info on this fabulous designer check out our previous post on his interior design work for the Octium store in Kuwait here.

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  1. Modern Home

    September 13, 2010 at 6:03 am Reply

    I always love Jamie Hayons works, beautiful art in furniture.

  2. Mrs F

    September 14, 2010 at 10:33 pm Reply

    Yes same here, he is truly a man of many talents from his art to his interior design work, everything exudes creativity

  3. vanessa

    January 12, 2011 at 12:45 pm Reply

    I can’t wait for Maison&Objet 2011, is’t a great event, full of good design. And I really want to see BOCA DO LOBO there!


    January 13, 2011 at 6:47 pm Reply

    For the THIRD CONSECUTIVE time, BOCA DO LOBO was recognized as A TREND BRAND!

    BOCA DO LOBO is a rare and unpublished case. The demanding agency NELY RODI chooses three pieces of the brand to act in the design world as the great tendencies of DESIGN for 2011.

    From 21 to 25 of January in the capital of the creation, PARIS, BOCA DO LOBO will be shining over 10 thousand visitors who will be in the most visited space of the Maison&Objet, the space


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