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ABOUT HAY

Hay was founded in 2002 with the ambition to create furniture and accessories with an eye for modern living and sophisticated industrial manufacturing. Through our commitment to the design and production of furniture and accessories with an international appeal we strive to make good design accessible to the largest possible audience in cooperation with some of the world’s most talented, curious and courageous designers.

Hay area at Le Bon Marché Rive Gauche

Book and Stationery shop, 2nd floor of Le Bon Marché

From Monday to Saturday from 10AM to 8PM.
Until 8.45PM on Thursday.
Sunday from 11 AM to 8PM.

+33 1 44 39 80 00

Home department, 1st floor of La Grande Epicerie

From Monday to Saturday from 10AM to 8PM.
Until 8.45PM on Thursday.
Sunday from 11 AM to 8PM.

+33 1 44 39 61 70

Opening hours
Monday 10:00 - 20:00
Tuesday 10:00 - 20:00
Wednesday 10:00 - 20:00
Thursday 10:00 - 20:45
Friday 10:00 - 20:00
Saturday 10:00 - 20:00
Sunday 11:00 - 19:45

HAY KITCHEN MARKET

The most essential tools for today’s kitchen curated by Mette Hay together with the Danish chef Frederik Bille Brahe. Following the exciting launch of the HAY Mini Market, Mette Hay was interested in exploring everyday objects further with products for the kitchen. The 2016 Milan Design Week brought Mette Hay and Frederik Bille Brahe together to create a temporary café for the HAY exhibition.

The successful collaboration resulted in Mette enlisting Frederik's help to handpick some of the most vital tools and essential pieces for the everyday kitchen. Best known for his café Atelier September and restaurant Apollo Bar in Copenhagen, Frederik creates healthy food that is both intriguing and simple. The look and feel of his food and restaurants have become synonymous with the Copenhagen food scene and an inspiration for the collection. Together, Mette and Frederik combined their diverse backgrounds and shared passion for design to create a collection based on function that is relevant for people in all stages of life. Many products are found from around the world, like handmade glasses from Morocco, water pitchers from India, sponges from Japan and soap from France, but everything has been reconsidered or reinvented for the collection.

Inspired to create a collection where all the products work together, Mette and Frederik selected a diverse range of textures, colours and price ranges to make it easy to select a few items or the whole range while still looking beautiful and distinct. The collection includes everyday kitchenware like pots, pans, graters, cutting boards and peelers, as well as plates, cups, glasses and cutlery.

Clara von Zweigbergk‘s background as a graphic designer is clearly evident in her Kaleido tray collection for Hay. This series of steel trays can be used individually or stored inside each other.

Curved forms with subtle lines create a warm and contemporary look with Scholten & Baijings’ Colour Vase. The glass vases come in different sizes and colours to suit your floral arrangement requirements.

Characterised by the coloured covered buttons on the cushion, Hay’s Dot Cushion has become a design classic in many homes. Available in two shapes, with one or two buttons.

Chopping Board is made of hygienic polyethylene with stay-put dots underneath for extra stability. Suitable for home use as well as industrial kitchens.

Hay’s Rainbow Plate series is made from durable porcelain with a slightly translucent coloured lacquer.

Designer George Sowden’s Coffee Pot comprises a porcelain exterior with innovative SoftBrew™ brewing device that infuses the coffee through a centrally located micro-thin stainless steel filter to enhance the flavour.

Designed by Richard Woods, the Wood Mug is a collection of iconic decorative mugs made in stoneware ceramic. Glazed and hand-painted on the outside the mugs feature the artist’s signature wood grain pattern.

Slit Table is a metal side table in three shapes: round, rectangular and hexagonal. Slit Table is best described as paper origami translated into a metal universe, named after the slit that emerges when the plate frame is folded underneath the table top.

The About A Chair AAC 22 comes in an extensive range of colours and the many upholstery options and wood choices for the frame and legs offer the opportunity to create almost infinite design combinations. Available with seat pad.

Originally created by Friso Kramer and Wim Rietveld, the Result Chair has been relaunched by HAY together with Ahrend. The clean aesthetics and durability of the chair mean it can be used in many public and private contexts.

Palissade is a collection of outdoor furniture designed by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec for Hay. The collection was designed to fit a wide variety of environments: cafés, restaurants, gardens, terraces and balconies.

Uchiwa, designed by Doshi Levien, is a capacious armchair, taking its soft and open shape from the traditional Japanese hand fan. Generous and inviting, the armchair comes in two upholstered versions and suits both domestic environment & contract context.

Wood Mug by Richard Woods