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About Hay

Established in 2002, the young Scandinavian manufacturer Hay has set itself the aim of returning the Danish furniture design to the innovative standards of the 1950s and 1960s which helped establish the term "Danish design" as a by-word for international quality: albeit in a contemporary context. The inaugural Hay collection was premièred in context of the 2003 IMM Cologne trade fair and garnered universal praise for its combination of functional and beautiful design with creative design and innovative technology. Aside from the desire to create honest and sensible designs Hay also strive to produce furniture which is affordable: high-quality designs should not to be the exclusive preserve of the well-heeled, but also be affordable to a younger public. In the tension between fundamental architectural insights and the dynamics of fashion Hay have developed projects in collaboration with designers such as Hee Welling and Stefan Diez which have regularly surprised the industry with their fresh, unpretentious design.

Copenhague CPH30 Table

About a Chair

The Hay About A Chair Collection by Copenhagen native Hee Welling was developed for Hay in 2010, yet transmits and unmistakable classic aura. The chair series About a Chair includes a variety of interpretations of the familiar shell chair, from a simple all-purpose chair with plastic seat shell to the padded lounge chair, and combines linear design with comfort and adaptability. Different seat forms, frames, colours and upholstery enable numerous combinations and make the About A Chair collection an inspiring family of chairs and seats for all situations, private and public.

About A Chair AAL 92 and Tulou Coffee Table

Hay living room with Silhouette Sofa, DLM Table and Moiré Kelim Carpet

Copenhague Collection

Hays outstanding importance for contemporary design in Scandinavia is perfectly demonstrated by projects such as the Copenhague Collection by the French design duo Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec, a collection of tables and chairs. The Copenhague Collection was created in 2012 in context of a contract for furniture for a new Copenhagen University building. The collection, reduced and practical but at the same time inviting and unconventional, embodies with its use of high-quality materials the philosophy of Hay: the combination of simple beauty, with a hint of pragmatism and a resolute implementation of perfect, everyday furniture.

Result Chair and Copenhague CPH30 Table

Wrong for Hay

The Design Collaboration Wrong for Hay debuted in 2013 at the London Design Festival with a collection of furniture, lighting and accessories. The creative mind behind Wrong for Hay is the London-based designer Sebastian Wrong, who combines the close network between designers, manufacturers, dealers and customers in Scandinavia and Germany that Hay currently enjoys, with the creative, eclectic potential London , bringing in local talent with the aim of expanding the network and relationships. Hays principle of good design at realistic prices was also valid for Wrong for Hay and its diverse portfolio, presented works by established as well as establishing designers. In 2016 the products of the Wrong for Hay label were integrated into the mother label Hay.

HAY - Intrinsic sustainability

Painted with water-based paints: The Result Chair from HAY

HAY products sustainability arises from the manner in which they are designed to meet very high quality standards and are to be extremely durable. HAY products undergo strict tests that meet international safety and quality standards and which help ensure and assure their long useful life cycle. And if a piece of furniture is used for decades, it not only causes hardly any waste, but also no additional, harmful emissions that would be released by the production and transport of new furniture.

Sustainable still life: The HAY J104, which has been awarded the EU Eco Label, here combined with the Wishbone Chair from Carl Hansen

Commitment at all levels

In addition, HAY strives to keep the environmental impact of the company as low as possible at all levels and guarantees safe and fair working conditions. In the interests of the greatest possible transparency, HAY provides detailed information on sustainability management as well as precise information on materials and paints. The increasing number of eco-certified products proves that HAY is increasingly relying on recycled materials and predominantly uses FSC-certified woods and water-based paints.

Water-based paints

Currently some 87 percent of HAY furniture is treated exclusively with water-based paints which offer numerous advantages over oil-based paints; not least the fact that water-based paints have a much lower proportion of so-called VOCs - volatile organic compounds - and therefore emit far fewer harmful emissions. They are thus more environmentally friendly, do not impair the indoor air and ensure a healthier working environment. Water-based paints also often prove to be much more resistant.

FSC certified woods

The majority of HAY wooden furniture is made from FSC-certified woods that are grown in sustainably managed forests, from forestry that safeguards the future of the forest and prevents the decline in wooded areas. The FSC certificate also guarantees fair and environmentally friendly working conditions in the respective forestry.

FSC certified and processed with water-soluble varnish: the CHAIR AAC 22

Eco certificates

Eco certificates cover the entire environmental impact of a product: starting with the raw materials, through the production processes, to the use, disposal and recyclability of all components. The entire life cycle of a product is examined and thus absolute transparency is demanded from the manufacturer. Many of the HAY products have been awarded the renowned Nordic Swan Label or the EU Ecolabel, both of which are based on the principles of a circular economy. Products with the EU Ecolabel guarantee that the strictest requirements in terms of quality, environmental protection and health are met. The Nordic Swan Label ensures in particular that no harmful chemicals are processed and stipulates strict guidelines with regard to use, disposal and recyclability.

Sustainable processing and timeless design can also be found in the HAY Copenhague Table CPH 30

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