jaime hayon: bala + time piece + beetly bridge chair for sé collection II
jaime hayon: bala + time piece + beetly bridge chair for sé collection II jaime hayon: bala + time piece + beetly bridge chair for sé collection II
apr 27, 2011

jaime hayon: bala + time piece + beetly bridge chair for sé collection II

‘sé collection II’ by jaime hayon image courtesy of sé

spanish designer jaime hayon presents three new additions to his collection for london-based brand which originally debuted last year. shown at spazio rossana orlandi during milan design week 2011, the additions expand on the already complete range of classic tables, mirrors, armchairs and sofa.

simple and minimal in their design, the ‘bala’ side tables appear to float off of the ground, balancing only on a slightly curved base. topped with a slab of carrera marble, the small side tables are made from solid ceramic and are available in a range of glossy and metallic finishes.

‘time piece’ side tablesimage courtesy of sé

‘time piece’ a series of variously sized side tables have been re-released in a solid wood version. finished in a range of colorful lacquers, the stacked and contouring tables are a playful alternative to the previously designed solid bronze collection.

in a few of the available lacquer colorsimage courtesy of sé

representing a first for the french furniture brand, ‘beetly bridge chair’, is supported by a french walnut wood base. the original was created with metal legs that seemingly disappear into their environment

while the updated version features bolder, more prominent and masculine lines.

beetly bridge chair with wooden legs image © designboom

beetley bridge chair and time piece side table at milan design week 2011 image © designboom

front and 3/4 viewimage courtesy of sé

designer jaime hayon portrait © designboom

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