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HAY Kitchen Market Project Space:

Meet the Designers

HAY have a long history of working with some of the most talented and innovative designers around the world. Find out about the ideas behind some of your favourite household products. All available for sale in our Hay Kitchen Market Project Space until mid August.

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BEAM:

Big Game

This is a modern reinterpretation of the traditional American Shaker coat rack; this time constructed using a metal bar, which also functions as a narrow shelf, with hooks which can be slid into place. Big-Game is a design studio based in Lausanne, Switzerland. It was founded in 2004 by Grégoire Jeanmonod, Elric Petit and Augustin Scott de Martinville who are Swiss, Belgian and French respectively and all teach at the leading ECAL (Ecole Cantonale d'Art, since you're asking). Their approach to design is typefied by a simple, functional approach. We're using the hooks to hang some beautiful Scholton & Baijings tea towels (of which more later).

A portrait of the trio of designers from Big Game.

A portrait of Clara von Zweigbergk.

ELLIPSE:

Clara von Zweigbergk

Clara von Zweigbergk is a graphic designer and art director from Stockholm, Sweden. After a period working in Milan, she returned to Sweden to set up her own design studio. As well as extensive projects for Hay, she has worked for any number of blue chip clients including Nike, Samsung, Vitra Haus and Louis Poulsen. Her Ellipse trays for Hay are made from form-pressed steel, feature a practical rim around the edge and are in the most beautiful colours. The trays are suitable for serving food and can be used individually or stored inside one another.


LEO:

Connie Hüsser

Connie Hüsser is a Swiss interior stylist based in Zurich. Since 2018 she has been travelling the world with the exhibition “Objects with Love”, in which she has carefully curated an unexpected selection of objects made by international young and contemporary designers bringing together the digital and physical. She was awarded the Swiss Grand Award for Design in 2019. For HAY, Connie has designed the colourful smiley sponge series Leo. Handmade in Turkey from durable polyester, these are the perfect exemplars of Mette Hay's belief in making the everyday more enjoyable. Nothing nicer than washing up with a smile. And because they're handmade, they all have slightly different expressions!

A portrait of Connie Husser.

A portrait of George Sowden.

SOWDEN:

George Sowden

George Sowden is something of design aristocracy. British born, he moved to Milan in the 70s and worked with Ettore Sottsass (think Ultrafragola mirror) and Olivetti (everyone's favourite ever typewriter). In the 1980s he became one of the founders of the post moderndesign collective, Memphis Group (characterised by crazy colour and bold shapes). As well as the Sowden tin for Hay (which has been one of our very best sellers) Sowden has also designed the Coffee Pot, the Sowden Bottles, Travel Cups and Salt & Peppers.


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WAVE:

Leon Ransmeier

Leon Ransmeier is an American industrial designer and founder of design practise Ransmeier Inc. A graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design, his work has been included in the permanent collection of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) and the Corning Museum of Glass. We love his Shortwave Dish Rack, which manages to be both highly functional and witty, using the visual expression of radio waves to create the design. It also come with a tray to catch excess water, so highly practical too!!

A portrait of Leon Ransmeier.

A portrait of Scholten & Baijings.

TEA TOWELS:

Scholten & Baijings

Scholten & Baijings is the design studio of Stefan Scholten and Carole Baijings founded in 2000 and based in Amsterdam. Their work is characterised by rich variations of colour, texture, and pattern. They have won a number of awards, including the Dutch Design Award, the Wallpaper Design Award and the ELLE Decoration International Design Award. The S&B Tea Towels for Hay feature bold colour, strong graphic lines and crazy scribbles.


CAP:
Shane Schneck

Shane Schneck is an American designer working in Sweden. His design ethos is to create simple yet innovative products that challenge industry standards. His products often contain an element of surprise, or are somehow playful or bold in their conception. With its slim, elegant form and smooth touch, the Cap bottle opener turns a simple everyday task into a pleasure.

A portrait of Shane Schneck.

All these designs, and many more, are available to see and buy in the Hay Kitchen Market Project Space at The Hambledon or online vie the link below:

 

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