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Brief Published: 20 Sep 2013

LDF 2013: Wrong for Hay


Launched at London Design Festival, this exciting new satellite brand brings together Danish label Hay and London designer Sebastian Wrong. The clean modern lines and hits of colour and pattern mean it's already a firm favourite with the Stylus team. 

Highlights include the Hockney Sofa, which is a foldable for easy transportation; the Rope Trick Light, which boasts a flexible cord stand to be fully manoeuverable; plus plenty of great tableware – the faceted column Ori salt and pepper mills hit a particularly high note. 

London Design Festival runs from September 14-22. For more on the events and exhibits we’re looking forward to, see our London Design Festival Preview report. Keep up to date with our coverage of the event by following #StylusLDF13 on Twitter and Instagram. And look out for our full London Design Festival report, coming soon.

Wrong for Hay