The much-loved Danish design brand is popping up in Melbourne for a limited time, with the HAY Accessories Market in Carlton.
July 13th, 2017
Open from July 15, the HAY Accessories Market is opening following similar installations at the 2014 Milan Design Week, MOMA in New York, Glyptotek in Copenhagen, and design fairs and hotspot all over the world. The concept installation take inspiration from traditional supermarkets – with aisles of shelves stocked with selected HAY merchandise.
The HAY Accessories Market has been curated and handpicked by Mette Hay, giving Australian design hunters the chance to see and take home a wide selection of accessories from the HAY collection – from lighting and textiles to stationary and glassware.
Founded in Denmark in 2002, the brand was established the desire to create modern design that fuses innovative technology with quality materials, driven by the notion that contemporary design should spring from a good idea. Now known worldwide, the brand has realised this vision with collaborations now including Sebastian Wrong, the Bouroullecs, Scholten & Baijings and Stefan Diez.
Visit the HAY Accessories Market at Level 3 of the Cult Melbourne Showroom at 680 Elizabeth Street
Open 15 July-15 September 2017, Weekdays 8.30am-5.30pm and Saturdays 10.00am-4.00pm.
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