A Big Hello to These New HAY Launches

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By Allie Weiss
The Danish design brand never disappoints.

We've always been fans of HAY's furniture and accessories. At Milan Design Week 2016, the company released numerous new products as part of its extensive, off-site exhibition in the Brera district. We've gathered a few of the highlights here.

Milan saw the launch of wrong.london, an offshoot of HAY that's run by creative director Sebastian Wrong. The lighting-focused division released these veneered-oak lampshades, dubbed 30degree, among other designs.

Milan saw the launch of wrong.london, an offshoot of HAY that's run by creative director Sebastian Wrong. The lighting-focused division released these veneered-oak lampshades, dubbed 30degree, among other designs.


Bouroullec Studio also presented a 13-piece outdoor collection called Palissade, made of powder-coated steel in a forest green shade.

Bouroullec Studio also presented a 13-piece outdoor collection called Palissade, made of powder-coated steel in a forest green shade.


Big-Game designed these plastic mesh laundry baskets for the company.

Big-Game designed these plastic mesh laundry baskets for the company.


Modern toothbrushes are something we can get behind. The Tann collection was designed by Andreas Engesvik for Jordan.

Modern toothbrushes are something we can get behind. The Tann collection was designed by Andreas Engesvik for Jordan.


A distinctive terrazzo base is the defining feature of this Daniel Enoksson–designed table, appropriate for indoor or outdoor settings.

A distinctive terrazzo base is the defining feature of this Daniel Enoksson–designed table, appropriate for indoor or outdoor settings.


Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec released the Can sofa, a flat-pack design with a canvas and steel tube frame.

Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec released the Can sofa, a flat-pack design with a canvas and steel tube frame.


The brand presented products both new and old in a series of room-like vignettes.

The brand presented products both new and old in a series of room-like vignettes.