Fritz Hansen’s Ikebana vases, designed by Jaime Hayón, were inspired by the traditional Japanese art of flower arrangement. Hayón’s idea was that you should be able to enjoy the whole flower, not just the blossom: the ingenious design features a mouth-blown glass vase with a brass insert that can be used to arrange the flowers as desired. You can choose whether you want to create a big, lush bouquet or only use a few of the holes in the brass insert.
Ikebana vase, small
- Glass, brass
- 12 cm
- 13 cm
Jaime Hayón (b. 1974) grew up in Madrid where he got influenced by the local culture of skateboarding and graffiti painting. He studied industrial design in Madrid and later on in Paris. In 2001 he founded his own studio where and since then he has developed to a acknowledged designer. His works have been noted globally in distinguished medias. Hayón has worked for several companies including Magis, &Tradition, Fritz Hansen and Swarovski. Today Hayón has offices in Italy as well as in Spain and Japan.View all products