El Pangyo event hall, located in Seoul, Korea, stands out for its luminosity and colorful concept.
Combining technology and tradition, this place was designed by Hayon Studio, created by the Spanish artist and designer, Jaime Hayon.
With a mixture of bricks, metal surfaces, color patterns and traditional materials such as ceramics, this event room especially aimed at the youngest stands out.
His golden, white and colored sculptures are made of fiber, which are found throughout the space.
The most interesting thing about this site is that each piece expresses materiality, giving a sensation of extreme design quality.
In the words of Jaime Hayon, this interior reflects the artistic components of his creativity, which began with the installations 'Mediterranean Digital Baroque' and 'Mon Cirque'.
These collections put Hayon at the forefront of a new wave that blurred the lines between art, décor and design, but also adds a renaissance in intricate and finely crafted objects within the context of contemporary design culture.
Hayon Studio created in 2001, has a wide base of clients such as BD Barcelona, Cassina, Fritz Hansen, &Tradition, Magis, Parachilna, Metalarte and Swarovski.
Based in Valencia, Barcelona and Italy, this studio has also executed complete interiors for leading hotels, restaurants, museums and retail establishments around the world.
Not to mention, that he has won numerous awards, including several Elle Decoration International Design Awards.