Hayon sits in the Ro armchair he designed for Fritz Hansen, one of the items he placed into the room. "As an artist and a furniture designer, I focus on the small elements rather than the big space," he says. "If you're comfortable on your chair, and it feels good, that's a really good starting point to have a successful space. Then I focus on the rest of the room in terms of color, ambiance, and lighting."  Photo 2 of 10 in Jaime Hayon Reimagines a Room in an Iconic Copenhagen Hotel

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Hayon sits in the Ro armchair he designed for Fritz Hansen, one of the items he placed into the room. "As an artist and a furniture designer, I focus on the small elements rather than the big space," he says. "If you're comfortable on your chair, and it feels good, that's a really good starting point to have a successful space. Then I focus on the rest of the room in terms of color, ambiance, and lighting."