Sunday, 25 April 2010

Eye Candy of the Week – Valencia by Jaime Hayon

 

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PRODUCT

Valencia Candle & Tealight Holder

 

DESIGNER

Jaime Hayon

 

MANUFACTURE

Gaia & Gino

 

MATERIALS

Crystal – Sandblasted by Hand

 

DESCRIPTION

“The optical projects explores, through shapes, incisions and sanding, variations of light effect on crystal. The different techniques are used to invite or challenge light's entry and create playful effects that allow us to discover the magic of light inside crystal structures.”   Jaime Hayon


All the patterns on Valencia collection are sandblasted by hand. Different configurations can be made with the candleholders since their bases fit one another.

The candleholders are available in 5 , the tealight holders are available in 4 different models.

 

YUMMY FACTOR

Refreshing !!!

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9 comments:

Karena said...

Great collection Ivan I love crystal and the light, reflections created!

Karena
Art by Karena

qerat said...

Lovely shapes and textures of crystal.

Ideezine said...

Ivan,

Wow so very black-tie formal. Love it! Hand sandblast wow lost art for sure.


Bette

Echito said...

Jaime is so talented, you can't go wrong with his creations!

Michelle said...

What a talent...anything he gets his hands on turns out stunning...the Josephine 3.6.9 is my favorite lighting fixture of all time! In black! I imagine these in the same dining room as that chandelier!

Nice find...very yummy.

Best,
Michelle

Scandinavian Chic said...

Wow, those are beautiful! Ivan, you should know that I found my wedding china through this series! Jaipur by Michael Aram for Waterford!

Have a fabulous Tuesday!!

La Boheme said...

These are so beautiful. They would work in so many different spaces. Thank you for posting!

Interior Designer San Francisco said...

It's nice to see crystal used in a more modern way -- thanks for sharing!

Jeffito said...

The crystal looks expertly crafted. They appear to be wrapped in ribbons of silver and light. A set of these would be welcome in any home I would think!