HAY Pier System combination 133 - 3 columns white steel / clear

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The Hay Pier System is a multifunctional and contemporary storage solution developed by well known designers Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec.

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€2.720,00
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HAY Pier System combination 133 - 3 columns white steel / clear

Hay Pier System 133.

The Pier system is easy for you to assemble, re-adjust, and can be recycled, the system is designed in such a way that it can easily be adapted to different living styles.

The lightweight aluminum construction has a convenient flat-pack design and uses the minimum number of components needed to create a complete storage system, resulting in a timeless and simple structure that gives your storage and display space for a variety of items.

The Pier system is easy to rearrange and rearrange to suit the user's needs and includes elements specific to work, cloakroom or your home living room.

A variety of Pier Systems are available, ranging from living room and bedroom styles to the cloakroom/hallway and office.

The dimensions are: Height: 209 cm x Width: 242 cm x Depth: 34 cm

Materials & finishes:
Lightweight aluminum and steel racks with aluminum connectors. Cabinets made of bent sheet steel. Extruded clear or black anodized aluminum profiles with a satin finish. Plastic end cap and adjustable slider.

This cabinet comes flat packed and has yet to be assembled.

About the designers:

Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec, the Breton brothers, are the rising stars of European design and the most promising industrial designers to emerge from France since Philippe Starck in the 1980s.

A combination of romance and functionality runs through the work of both brothers. Like all truly talented designers, the Bouroullecs have defined a distinctive visual style, which Jasper Morrison (one of the designers they most admire) described as "thoughtful and disciplined, with a real spirit and poetry." The brothers also have an extraordinary ability to reinvent traditional types of furniture or products by recreating them in a way that is particularly suited to their generation.

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