A return to reassuring comfort, an invitation to rediscover the pleasure of staying at home, with a modern style using natural and lasting materials such as wood and enveloping, comfortable woven fabrics, often made with recycled materials. The Danish brand Hay presents the latest 2022 arrivals, characterised by a design that is linear, functional and highly aesthetic, in collaboration with some of the most talented designers in the world.
Created by French designer Julien Renault, the Pastis Chair is characterised by the authenticity of high quality craftsmanship. With a solid structure and elegant aesthetics, Pastis is a versatile chair that exudes great personality. Available in a variety of colours and lacquered woods, Pastis's durability and comfort makes it suitable for many interior spaces, from dining rooms and kitchens to café bars and other public locations, in which to enjoy the warmth and conviviality of home.
The Color Cabinet collection, designed for Hay by Belgian designers Fien Muller and Hannes Van Severen, plays on the contrast between the minimalism of its lines and the vibrant playfulness of colour, which enhances the beauty of the material.
Inspired by the uncluttered aesthetics of Shaker-style furnishings, French designers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec have designed Passerelle, a solid and functional wooden table that expresses contemporary simplicity. A compact wooden structure stabilizes the table and a top, with the core in Lisocore®, an advanced high quality material that offers great resistance but is extremely light and easy to move.
The Result Armchair shares the same thin sheet steel base, oak seat and back as the original Result Chair, but is completed with raised armrests that add further comfort and functionality to the design. Originally created by Friso Kramer and Wim Rietveld, the collection is available in a variety of wood finishes and base colours, as well as a wide range of fabrics and leathers.
Developed for Hay by Shane Schneck, the Tamoto bed is designed with multifunctionality in mind. Easy to integrate into a modern style, Tamoto is inspired by the draping of kimono sleeves. The soft, draped headboard is counterbalanced by the generously sized tubular steel frame, creating a contemporary and comfortable sofa-bed hybrid that is not only intended for sleeping, but also as a base for reading, working, watching TV and other activities.
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