projects - indoor - hotels - the standard: the rattan furniture connection the standard: the rattan furniture connection

King Power MahaNakhon, the highest skyscraper in Thailand, is also home to the hotel The Standard since 2022. It features interiors by Jaime Hayon, one of our most admired and appreciated designers.

projects - indoor - hotels - the standard: the rattan furniture connection

In its 155 rooms and huge common spaces, Hayon has combined different shapes, textures and colours creating a fantasy world where the traditional flavour of thai culture and the brilliance of Mediterranean design hold hands with art and flamboyant modernity.

projects - indoor - hotels - the standard: the rattan furniture connection

East meets West through rattan furniture

Put in a blender a little bit of vintage sci-fi, a little bit of European Art Nouveau, another bit of turn-of-the-century colourful Vietnamese houses, a good fistful of rattan chairs, tiles and mirrors, mix it well and you get a unique indoor space balancing with finesse comfort, harmony and local craftsmanship, the same traditional values we instill in all our indoor collections.

projects - indoor - hotels - the standard: the rattan furniture connection
projects - indoor - hotels - the standard: the rattan furniture connection
projects - indoor - hotels - the standard: the rattan furniture connection

Indoor spaces love rattan chairs

Hayon’s attention to detail is something our Fontal rattan armchair and Frames rattan chair also share. Found at the restaurant, these two pieces, the latter a design of Jaime Hayon himself, stand as an example of how ancient tecniques and contemporary design can work together to deliver high-quality furnishing solutions both for home and hospitality. Iconic rattan furniture, bold design, emblematic architecture and the fascinating personality of Hayon converge in this remarkable project.

King Power MahaNakhon, the highest skyscraper in Thailand, is also home to the hotel The Standard since 2022. It features interiors by Jaime Hayon, one of our most admired and appreciated designers.

projects - indoor - hotels - the standard: the rattan furniture connection

Interior Design 
Jaime Hayon

Location
Thailand

In its 155 rooms and huge common spaces, Hayon has combined different shapes, textures and colours creating a fantasy world where the traditional flavour of thai culture and the brilliance of Mediterranean design hold hands with art and flamboyant modernity.

projects - indoor - hotels - the standard: the rattan furniture connection

East meets West through rattan furniture

Put in a blender a little bit of vintage sci-fi, a little bit of European Art Nouveau, another bit of turn-of-the-century colourful Vietnamese houses, a good fistful of rattan chairs, tiles and mirrors, mix it well and you get a unique indoor space balancing with finesse comfort, harmony and local craftsmanship, the same traditional values we instill in all our indoor collections.

projects - indoor - hotels - the standard: the rattan furniture connection
projects - indoor - hotels - the standard: the rattan furniture connection
projects - indoor - hotels - the standard: the rattan furniture connection

Indoor spaces love rattan chairs

Hayon’s attention to detail is something our Fontal rattan armchair and Frames rattan chair also share. Found at the restaurant, these two pieces, the latter a design of Jaime Hayon himself, stand as an example of how ancient tecniques and contemporary design can work together to deliver high-quality furnishing solutions both for home and hospitality. Iconic rattan furniture, bold design, emblematic architecture and the fascinating personality of Hayon converge in this remarkable project.

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