Designer    Video 06 Jun 2017

Stone Age Folk, created by Jaime Hayon for this year’s Milan Design Week, was crafted entirely from metal, Caesarstone and glass, to show the versatility of each material. Hayon used 40 varying colours of Caesarstone, with intricate metal and stained glass touches; it was inspired flora, fauna and folklore from across the globe, while equally evoking the Crystal Palace built in Hyde Park, London, for the Great Exhibition of 1851.

The carefully made Caesarstone quartz, along with Hayon’s creative inspiration combined to create a space which felts playful, with a kaleidoscopic effect created through the spotlights which reflect the colours of the stone and glass.


Jaime Hayon |

Caesarstone |