British designer Sebastian Wrong displays the furniture collection created by the colloboration with Danish design brand Hay at a Georgian townhouse in London this week.
The collection which is a new design venture includes 34 products- lighting to ceramics, textiles, glassware, furniture.
Pieces include a ceramics range by Ian McIntyre and an interlocking wooden shelving sysytem by Lucien Gumy. Patterned textile designs are by Memphis group founding member Nathalie Du Pasquier and fashion designer Bernhard Willhelm.
To Wrong, the aim of the collection is to keep it affordable. The best aspect of the collection is the price and Wrong is sure that they are successful.
Wrong for Hay is at a Georgian townhouse near St. James’s Park in the west end of London for London Design Week. Last day is September 22!