Jaime Hayon was born in Madrid, Spain in 1974. He trained as an industrial designer in Madrid and Paris and started working for Fabrica, benetton group's communication research centre in Treviso, italy.
In 1998 he was appointed head of the design department, responsible for overseeing the develop
"Windows are the great unsung heroes of image communication: They are 3-D billboards bolted to the front of your store." In the early '80s, Simon Doonan changed our concept of "window shopping." Part elaborate artistic creation, part unbridled sales promotion, Doonan's windows heralded a new phase of
Known as the experimental and uncompromising bad boy of post-war Danish design, Verner Panton pushed the design envelope as far as he could. He used steel wire frames and molded plastic like no designer before him. And then there were the textiles. Panton created total atmospheric experiences; his fa
Eileen Gray had a predilection for small rooms. She wanted to complicate interiors in a Modernist direction without neglecting comfort, familiarity, sensuality. Thus her architecture and designs strive to be both mobile and livable, articulating both the sedentary feel of the home and the ambulant, i