Inspired by Alexander Calder’s work, Jaime Hayón designed &Tradition a collection of desks that resemble geometric mobiles. Palette JH9 desk features two tops that differ in size, colour, material and shape. The large, bean-shaped top is made of stained ash veneer and the small, round one of marble or brass. The straight and slender steel legs elevate the table tops to different heights and create a pleasant contrast to their round forms. The composition of the various elements is both beautiful and balanced – from every angle. The sculptural Palette desks draw well-deserved attention and upgrade any office and workspace.
Palette JH9 desk, black
- 140 cm
- 62 cm
- 83 cm
- Stained ash veneer, Nero Marquina marble
- Base material
- Powder coated steel
- 22 kg
- Please note that the porous surface of marble will live and change over time.
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