Grid Vases by Jaime Hayon Studio For Gaia & Gino
Updated: Jan 22, 2020
The Grid vase, was inspired by a combination of city influences. Since moving to London Jaime Hayon have been fascinated by British history and the strong medieval atmosphere when he walks through the streets. He became fascinated by tales of the knights templar, Henry VIII and the Tudors and the endlessly rich history surrounding him. He came up with vases, inspired by suits of armor, helmets and fencing masks. His trip to Turkey was also relevant. The beauty of the Islamic arts and crafts was very inspirational. Beautiful armor and the essence of these two cities are very much behind this set of vases.
Grid is an eye-catching vase collection hand crafted by Turkish and Indian artisans, bestowed with hundreds of years of experience in copper craftsmanship. It combines contemporary design with Turkish sensibility. The bottom section in this collection is made of copper and the top section of stainless steel. All wires of the top section in this collection are shaped and assembled one by one by hand to achieve this unique structure. The vases are available in 3 sizes and 2 colors: Copper and silver coating.