HAY Chisel Lounge Chair

Production time: 5-7 weeks
Sale price£659.00

Colour: Lacquered Oak

UK shipping from £39.95

Designed for HAY by Norwegian designer Andreas Bergsaker, The HAY Chisel Lounge Chair is a contemporary yet timeless take on the ever-relevant moulded plywood chair. Named after the classic carpentry tool, Chisel was created from the desire to design a solid wooden chair with a distinctive silhouette that would stand the test of time. Developed with optimal craftmanship and ergonomics in mind, the chair’s soft, organic seat and backrest provide good support in a visually inviting way, complemented by angled legs that echo the chisel references with their characteristically bevelled edges. Chisel Lounge Chair’s wide variety of wood types, colours and front upholstery options, combined with its compact size makes it ideal for use in most domestic and public settings, from living rooms and bedrooms to waiting rooms, lobbies, and libraries.

Everything you need to know about HAY

HAY has always believed that good design is everyones right. That's why from the very beginning in 2002, co-founders and creative directors Rolf and Mette Hay committed to working the best designers to create high-quality products, made for the evolving needs of everyday life. Constantly striving to make good design accessible to everyone by supplying their trademark designs with affordable price tags. HAY is committed to nurturing and promoting young talents as well as using established designers.

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Brand

HAY

Designer

Andreas Bergsaker

Dimensions

H68 x W63 x L66 cm

Material

Seat | Back: 10 mm moulded plywood shell.
Base: Veneered plywood core with solid wood edges on legs.

Designed by

Andreas Bergsaker

Andreas Bergsaker (b. 1990) is a Norwegian product designer based in Copenhagen, Denmark. He graduated with a master degree in Product Design from Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences (HiOA) in 2015. His work covers different everyday objects, designed for product longevity and generations to come. His designs are rooted in exploration of material and shape, and referencing cultural heritage with emphasis on traditional craftsmanship, industrial production processes and tactile qualities. His work has led to exhibitions in London, Milan, New York, Oslo and Stockholm.

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