jaime hayon designs ceramic table and sculptures for bosa
 
jaime hayon designs ceramic table and sculptures for bosa jaime hayon designs ceramic table and sculptures for bosa
jan 30, 2014

jaime hayon designs ceramic table and sculptures for bosa

jaime hayon designs ceramic table and sculptures for bosa at maison et objet 2014
‘T-table’ by jaime hayon
all images courtesy bosa

 

 

 

at maison et objet 2014, spanish designer jaime hayon presented his latest series of ceramic pieces for italian company bosa. made entirely by hand using artisanal crafting techniques and laboratory-controlled glazes, the collection of work ranges from wall sculptures, side tables and miniature figurines meticulously enriched with precious metals decorations.

 

‘living cultures that have impressed me and I wanted to reinterpret their spirit with my vision and with the hand of bosa have become wonderful sculptures by outstanding quality,’ says hayon. ‘for “maskhayon” I was influenced by my own world, and by my recognizable iconography, which I cultivated during my last 12 years of work.’ measuring up to half a meter in size, the wall sculptures, a bear, monkey and elephant, represent the fusion of imaginary and animal-like characters in our immediate surroundings.

jaime hayon designs ceramic table and sculptures for bosa

‘maskhayon 2’ monkey – H 54 x 51 cm

jaime hayon designs ceramic table and sculptures for bosa

bosa ceramic collection by hayon at maison et objet
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bosa ceramic collection by hayon at maison et objet
image © designboom

jaime hayon designs ceramic table and sculptures for bosa
‘T-tables’ by jaime hayon

 

 

functional, simple and organic, the T-table is easy to hold and move around. meant as an auxiliary small table to be placed near a chair, sofa or lounger, it can be used both as support and as a decor element. the T-table can be set alone or in a pack, remniscent of mushrooms in a forest.

jaime hayon designs ceramic table and sculptures for bosa
‘T-tables’ by jaime hayon

jaime hayon designs ceramic table and sculptures for bosa

‘hope birds’ by jaime hayon

 

‘a table-top sized sculpture that symbolizes the importance of an optimistic approach to what lies ahead. the ‘hope bird’ stands proud and straight with a dynamic watch-out position toward the horizon, inviting us to reflect on the importance of staying positive to what the future may bring.’ – jaime hayon

jaime hayon designs ceramic table and sculptures for bosa
detail of the ‘hopebird’ sculptures

jaime hayon designs ceramic table and sculptures for bosa

 

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