Danish design brand HAY launched in September a brand-new collection of furniture and lighting, launched virtually with a exclusive tour of their Denmark Gallery, by Rolfe Hay, Co-founder and Creative Director of HAY.
In collaboration with top international designers, such as HAY icons Inga Sempé and GamFratesi as well as the first collaboration with Norwegian designer Daniel Rybakken.
Here are the latest 2020 releases from HAY.
Arbour Eco Sofa
designed by Daniel Rybakken and Andreas Engesvik.
With its logical construction and uncluttered design language, Arbour Eco fuses its distinctly Scandinavian aesthetics with high comfort and great durability.
Denmark’s first Nordic Swan Ecolabel sofa, with an environmental profile and an authentically Scandinavian aesthetic, Arbour Eco is distinguished by clean, honest simplicity and the high quality of its materials. Arbour Eco uses Oeko-Tex foam, EU-Ecolabelled textiles and FSC-certified wood.
It is built to last, with parts that can be repaired individually – without replacing the whole sofa.
designed by GamFratesi
Inspired by the shifting curves of a human torso in motion, GamFratesi’s Dorso combines a rounded exterior with a rotating base, creating a relaxing and functional lounge chair.
Dorso’s compact dimensions, swivel mechanism (360 degrees of rotation), and high level of comfort make it suitable for many different contexts, ranging from conference rooms, lounges, and waiting areas in public environments to homes and other private settings.
designed by Inge Sempé
Inga Sempé’s Pandarine fuses the luxurious comfort of a bed with the versatility of a modular sofa in an elegant and versatile design.
The armrests come either in a cylindrical form, or with a reclining design that can be adjusted individually in the same way as the metal-hinged backrests. This gives Pandarine the ability to transform into a unified, mattress-like surface where the backrests serve as huge, soft pillows. Constructed using a combination of Nozag springs, foam, and wadding, Pandarine is designed to provide exceptional comfort in any number of sitting or lying positions.
Available in two and three seater versions with options for additional chaise lounges and corner modules (available in 20 pre-defined configurations), its range of textiles and configurations give it great flexibility for use in a variety of private and public contexts.
Petit Standard Chair
designed by Daniel Rybakken
The result of an eight-year journey, Daniel Rybakken’s Petit Standard is a study in precision and considered details. With the objective of creating a highly stackable chair, where the stackable features would actually enhance the chair’s design, Petit Standard fuses elegance and functionality in an iconic design.
Using die-cast aluminium and steel tubes that connect into a three-dimensional triangle, the lightweight frame has a distinctively geometric silhouette, which is counterbalanced by the warmth and natural quality of the oakveneer seat and backrest.
The high back and curved seat ensure great comfort, while the rigid tubing optimises the chair’s strength and stacking ability, making it ideal for corporate environments, educational institutions, and private settings. Stackable 12 high.
designed by Friso Kramer for Ahrend (1953) relaunched by HAY
One of Friso Kramer’s most famous designs, the Revolt Chair embodies his distinctive minimalist style; a revolutionary design and choice of materials that uses a bent sheet steel frame instead of a traditional tubular frame.
Reproduced today using the same process, the chair retains the functionality and resilient construction of its mid-century precursor, but in a sustainable material choice comprising a mix of recycled and virgin ABS in different colour options.
A dynamic and flexible chair, Revolt’s ergonomic design moves with its user, offering active support while working, eating or sitting in conferences.
Its comfort, durability and timeless aesthetics make it suitable for using in a wide variety of private, corporate or public spaces.
Soft Edge Bar Stool
designed by Iskos-Berlin
The Soft Edge Bar Stool offers an ergonomic seating solution for extended periods of time due to its increased level of back support.
This makes it well suited for many environments, from a restaurant or cafe to a kitchen island or elevated office desk.
Stackable bar stool 10 high / 6 high upholstered.
Soft Edge Lounge Chair
designed by Iskos-Berlin
The Soft Edge Lounge is our first stackable lounge chair.
Compact and extremely comfortable, it has a small environmental footprint and a modest yet striking aesthetic profile.
Stackable lounge chair 10 high / 6 high upholstered.
designed by Naoto Fukasawa
The Pao collection of lamps is an exciting new collaboration with established Japanese designer Naoto Fukasawa.
The Pao lamps draw on Fukasawa’s “super normal” aesthetic of beautiful simplicity, everyday objects that draw on design values existing in the natural world.
The inspiration for the form of these lamps came from a trip to Mongolia, where traditional nomadic tents, referred to locally as a ‘Yurt’ or in Japanese ‘Pao’, illuminated the landscape at night.
Fukasawa was drawn to the glowing shape, which suggested comfort and warmth and the safety of “home,” and represented a universal symbol he felt every person would find familiar in an intuitive way.
All HAY new releases available to order now. Contact designcraft for more details.
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