HAY Korpus Shelf

Production time: 6-8 weeks
Sale price£109.00

Size: 1 Hook - Small
Colour: Sea

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The HAY Korpus Shelf is a series of colourful wall-mounted shelves created for HAY by Norwegian product designer Andreas Bergsaker. Based on the desire to create a durable multi-purpose shelf from recyclable material, Korpus Shelf is made from sheet aluminium, known for its lightness, strength and ability to be reused countless times. The aluminium undergoes an industrial stamping and punching process to be formed into the distinctively curved column and top. Keyhole slits at the back facilitate mounting, while concealed hooks in the column provide additional hanging possibilities. Available in a wide range of sizes and colours, these versatile shelves can be used in many different rooms in the home, such as a coat rack in the hallway, storing kitchen utensils, hanging bathroom towels or displaying ornaments in the living room.

Sizes
1 Hook - W:35 cm, D:29cm, H:21.5 cm

4 Hook - W:60 cm, D:25cm, H:14 cm

7 Hook - W:90 cm, D:25cm, H:14 cm

Details
Powder coated Aluminium.

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

1 Hook - W:35 cm, D:29cm, H:21.5 cm 4 Hook - W:60 cm, D:25cm, H:14 cm 7 Hook - W:90 cm, D:25cm, H:14 cm

Material

Powder coated Aluminium.

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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