During the MCBW Wrong for Hay presents his newest lighting collection at the Designhaus in Zielstattstraße, Munich. On 25th February at 7 p.m., AmbienteDirect and Hay invite you to attend the expert panel with designers Sebastian Wrong, Stefan Diez and Joel Hoff. The panel discussion is moderated by Oliver Stratford (Disegno Daily) and promises to give exciting insights into works of the three designers. Moreover, the event enables you to talk to the designers about their designs, creative work and the London-based label WH.
Wrong for Hay combines Danish design with urban impulses from London under the direction of Sebastian Wrong. The co-label is the international pendent to Danish manufacturer Hay and attracts a design interested audience. Self-confident, bold and original: that’s what the young label’s designs stand for. The different styles can be individually combined and create their own, unique style.
The aim of the international project team is to offer design of the highest quality at a fair price. Creative Director Wrong enjoys working with Hay “resident designer” Diez, who shares his passion for experimenting with forces and materials and to push the boundaries of what is feasible. Designing a lighting collection was therefore very suitable: Sebastian Wrong, who has already proved his talent at Established & Sons, is a true lighting expert. Diversity, electricity and innovative ideas by the various designers shape the character of the new floor, table and ceiling lamps.
The lamps show how the designers have interpreted the chances and challenges in lighting designs in a contemporary and trendy way – without sacrificing the characteristic minimalistic design, functionality and refreshing charm. The designers are working with the latest technology in order to accommodate to the lighting requirements. With regards to the design they follow for Hay’s design language Wrong. The lamps could hardly be any more different – bright colours meet cool metallic shades – yet, all lamps have in common is a special technical feature. Each of the lamps is an eye-catcher in the room and emits pulsating London metropolitan flair.
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