Coordinated Maximalist



A Gaan Garden Bowl, using our beloved pedestal bowl in dove grey matte finish, with artworks by Mark Santos / Mister Sasquatch, Jigger Cruz, and Yandro Po; and a Pot Pop Top Planter by Spanish artist Javier Calleja.



A local brand purveyor, a development practitioner, and a startup builder, Prim Paypon has been informally curating spaces for years now.




A series of Gaan restored asymmetrical vessels in black matte finish with artworks by Brisa Amir and Mark Santos / Mister Sasquatch.



From Gaan’s greenhouse and wooden cabin to art collectors’ homes, to galleries and exhibition halls, his idea of curating has always been anchored on one’s true personality now to what’s next.




A series of Gaan restored asymmetrical vessels in black matte finish with artworks by JC Jacinto and Pope Bacay.



A collector of many things, he would carefully marry his love for artworks, books, mid-century furnitures, plants, and Gaan restored potteries in his personal space.




A series of Gaan restored asymmetrical vessels in black matte finish with artworks by Chelsea Theodossis, Bree Jonson, and Yandra Po.



Despite being a self-confessed maximalist, he would thoughtfully coordinate his range of pieces in terms of palette, texture, and at times, period.




A Gaan Garden Bowl, using our beloved pedestal bowl in dove grey matte finish, with artworks by Moe Nakamura, Yandra Po, and Mark Santos / Mister Sasquatch; and a Pot Pop Top Planter by Spanish artist Javier Calleja.



To stay true to his coordinated maximalist self, he opted to gather various propagated cuttings at Gaan and happily placed them in a singular Gaan Pedestal Bowl to create a calming but lovely Gaan Garden Bowl in his reading nook. 


  

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