Interiors

A new HAY store opens in Surry Hills

December 11, 2015

Quirky Danish furniture house HAY will open a flagship store in Sydney next week, establishing a bricks and mortar frontage for its particular brand of contemporary Scandinavian design.

Quirky Danish furniture house HAY will open a flagship store in Sydney next week, establishing a bricks and mortar frontage for its particular brand of contemporary Scandinavian design. The new store will be managed by Cult Design, the current stockists of HAY in Australia.

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Echoing the light-filled, open plan design of the HAY Copenhagen store, the Sydney showroom will feature its products over two floors, styled as an inviting and impeccably coordinated apartment. HAY Mini Market, a concept which first debuted at Milan Design Week in 2014, will be installed on the ground level, displaying a range of home accessories including glassware, stationery, lighting and textiles.

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HAY was first established in Denmark in 2002 by Mette and Rolf Hay with a view to celebrate the restrained, organic shapes found in the Danish Modern movement. The husband and wife team have worked with a host of European designers, including Nipa Doshi and Jonathan Levien, to create a curated selection of furniture with a humanistic quality. Also under the HAY umbrella is Wrong for HAY, a sister brand founded in 2013 in partnership with designer Sebastian Wrong.

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HAY Sydney opens for trading from 10.00am on 19 December, 2015.

www.hayshop.com.au

cultdesign.com.au

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