Danish design brand HAY teams up with Herman Miller to recreate eight Eames classics

HAY, the Danish design brand founded by Rolf Hay and Matte Hay in 2002, recently teamed up with Herman Miller to reinterpret the classic works of Charles Eames and Ray Eames, known as “the most influential design duo of the 20th century”, injecting 8 types of furniture Brand new colours.

The creations of Charles Eames and Ray Eames span the fields of industrial design, furniture design, graphic design, art, film, architecture, etc., and many people in the industry still love their works; and the HAY brand, also jointly founded by the husband and wife, is today Through different aesthetic angles, Fan Ji has developed 7 shades to integrate the future and the past, while keeping the Nordic minimalist style, remodeling the mesh according to “Wire Chairs” suitable for outdoor use, and using recyclable plastic waste to make “Molded Plastic Shell Chairs”.

In addition, the iconic hangers “Hang-It-All”, “Wire Base Low Table”, “Universal Base Round Table” and other products also use glass material instead of the original wood, and finally remove green emerald, and Alexander Girard’s 1955 Textile color “Jacob’s Coat” introduces the “Eames Molded Plywood Chair” and the special edition “Eames Sofa Compact”.

As part of HAY’s 20th anniversary celebrations, the co-branded furniture items released by Herman Miller are expected to be available in North America, South America, Asia, Australia and Africa on September 21. Interested readers may wish to pay more attention.

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