BD Barcelona Design celebrates 40th birthday with hand-painted vases by Jaime Hayon

Category: Design Published on 15 Nov, 2012 Tags: , ,
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To celebrate its 40th birthday, BD Barcelona Design launches a limited-edition collection of 40 vases hand painted by Jaime HayonThe exclusive, numbered collection of vases from the Showtime collection are one-of-a-kind items for the spanish furniture company who has a long tradition of working with artists such as Juan Gris and Salvador Dali. In recent years the brand has collaborated with designers including Konstantin Grcic,Doshi Levien and NHDRO.

“We wanted to produce a piece to celebrate our 40th anniversary and we thought Jaime was one of the best designers to do a special collection,” BD Barcelona Design founder Jordi Arnau told. “He proposed to do a hand-painted vase using a piece from the Showtime collection, hand-painted with 40 different designs.”

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images © Eugeni Aguilo – Nienke Klunder

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