Hay Lights

HAY was established in 2002 and the design team continues to create modern lighting using industrial manufacturing techniques combined with an eye for beauty.

The range of HAY lighting includes a collection of innovative and accessible lighting designs ideal for use at home or in a commercial setting.

Created with British designer Sebastian Wrong’s intricate attention for detail and creativity, HAY lighting uses LED technology and cutting edge design.

HAY lighting also utilises a vast range of materials to produce a lighting collection which is both functional and aesthetically striking.

Wrong for HAY is the collaboration between Danish design brand HAY and London designer Sebastian Wrong. The collection made its debut in 2013 and includes ceramics, lighting and furniture.

Lampshade materials such as marble or wood might not seem an obvious choice for light shades and this makes the finished designs all the more special. The collection of Wrong for HAY lighting features unexpected materials such as oak.

The HAY 30 Degree Pendant by Johan Van Hengel features a lightweight laminated oak veneer shade. Ends of semi-circular veneer sheets are aligned at a 30 degree angle. Layering of the veneer means that the shade is opaque and shows a the stunning, tactile wood grain pattern.

The HAY Marble pendant light is made from a luxurious Indian marble, with the light diffusing through the hemispherical shade. This HAY light has a removable flat LED light source recessed in the shade which lights downward and also sideways, causing the light to shine through the marble to stunning effect.

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