Danish furniture company Hay was founded in 2002 by Rolf and Mette Hay with the aim of making good design accessible to the largest possible audience. Hay was at the forefront of the Scandinavian design resurgence and remain one of its foremost advocates today.
Hay's boundless enthusiasm for working with talent, both emerging and established, means they are often ahead of the curve when it comes to reflecting changes in the way we live, and the objects that surround us.
Their exploration into changes to the size and tenure of modern housing led to the development of their flatpack, multi-functional Can sofa with Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec. Their bestselling About A Chair has also become a modern classic, gracing homes, offices, cafes and schools globally.
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Borrowing from the same modern expression of Hee Welling's About A Chair series, the AAC153 Soft Duo presents a characterful, soft quilted task chair.
The enduring features of the Result Chair ensure it is as popular now as at the time of its design, faithfully reissued by Hay for the modern market
Hay's Small Pao Steel Pendant is an exciting exploration of the warmth and universal qualities of light, designed by Naoto Fukasawa.
Hay's Medium Pao Steel Pendant is an exciting exploration of the warmth and universal qualities of light, designed by Naoto Fukasawa.
Hay's Large Pao Steel Pendant is an exciting exploration of the warmth and universal qualities of light, designed by Naoto Fukasawa.
The Nelson Cigar Bubble Pendant by George Nelson features an elongated spherical form which hangs beautifully alone or in a dynamic cluster.
Featuring a wide surface area, the Nelson Saucer Bubble Pendant by George Nelson illuminates the space with a soft, diffused glow.
First produced in 1952, the Nelson Bubble Pendant by George Nelson is an iconic mid-century design with a sophisticated appeal.
In the latest addition to their Palissade range, Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec's Cone Table shares the collection's graphic design language and considered durability
Shane Schneck's Bernard Chair presents a unique contrast of proportions, combining a robust wooden frame with a sling-like seat cover.
Taking inspiration from the shape of traditional Japanese paper fans, the Uchiwa Quilt Lounge Chair lends striking and expansive appeal.
The New Order Shelving System by Stefan Diez and Hay offers a flexible storage solution for domestic or contract spaces.
Part of the New Order series by Hay and Stefan Diez, the New Order 2.0 Trolley offers a compact and practical storage solution.
With a simple three-legged formation and a choice of finishes, the Bouroullec's CPH 20 is a side table for all settings
The New Order modular system by Stefan Diez and Hay offers endless configurations adaptable to a range of workspace applications.