Whimsical Caesarstone Installation by Jaime Hayon

Jaime Hayon set up his own studio practice in the year 2000 and dedicated himself fully to his personal projects from 2003 onward. Today he is one of the most acclaimed creators worldwide.

His singular vision was first fully exposed in ‘Mediterranean Digital Baroque’ at London’s David Gill Gallery, followed by many exhibitions and installations set up in major galleries and museums worldwide in venues like the: Vivid Gallery, Mak Vienna, Groninger Museum, Aram Gallery, London’s Design Museum, Mudac Museum, Gallery Thomas in Munich, Walker art centre, Centre Pompidou, as well as the Basel Art Fair, to name a few, attracting the attention of prestigious art collectors worldwide. Today his works are in the permanent collections of some of these institutions.


There were no kitchen or bathroom countertops found in this exhibition. Instead, Hayon used the material in completely new ways through his handcrafted works and displayed a playful menagerie of fantastical pieces that only he can. His inspiration? Fauna, folklore, and the natural world.

From Jaime Hayon:

In working with Caesarstone, I became curious about what’s doable through material and technology. Caesarstone material inspires designers and creatives to think of new ideas and bring novelty and innovation through creativity. This is what the installation for Caesarstone is about- this sort of combination of ideas, from folklore to fauna to colour to material to stone to furniture, ideas which result in unique pieces that can be functional or completely surreal and non-functional. Its about mixing the ingredients with our own intuition to create a new world, inspired by the possibilities of the material.


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