HAY offers a vast and varied selection of fresh, stylish lighting options, including pendant, table, floor lamps and more. From the elegant simplicity of Arcs Shade, designed by Muller Van Severen, to the contemporary chic Matin Lamp by Inga Sempé, HAY has something to satisfy any need.
Arcs is a series of arched lighting designs created for HAY by Belgian duo Muller Van Severen. Formed from a continuous chain of curved arches that form a single element, Arcs uses spatial volume to create a scalloped silhouette that plays with light and shape. The series comprises a shade that can be used as a table lamp or pendant lamp, and a wall lamp in two variants depending on the use or installation requirements: the Arcs Wall Sconce with integrated cord design or the Arcs Wall Switch with switch and cable. Crafted in steel, all Arcs models are available in several colours or with a mirror surface. The different variants and mounting solutions give Arcs a versatile quality, making it suitable for most rooms and spaces in the home.
Inspired by the power of shapes and how they impact their surroundings, Japanese design team Branch’s Slant Lamp features a bold graphic aesthetic that takes possession of the space it occupies. Comprising a simple, slanted cylindrical form with a weighted base to keep the angle perfectly balanced, all components are concealed within to retain the clean, elemental silhouette. Crafted in aluminium with a wet spray satin finish to create a smooth surface, it utilises a standard retro fit bulb, hidden away behind the lamp’s acrylic diffuser, which softly distributes the light. Available in several colour options, Slant’s sculptural design and functional, directional light make it suitable for a variety of home and office settings.
Designed by Inge Sempé, the Matin lamp series offers a contemporary yet poetic design, with a construction that combines visual delicacy with physical robustness. Available in table, wall and flush mounted variants, it combines steel or polished brass hardware with a pleated cotton shade in various size and colour options. The different models offer specific lighting solutions for all kinds of rooms and settings, from an adjustable diffused downlight and soft ambient light, to an adjustable light source that can be tilted upwards and downwards for a more focused, directional light.
The Pao collection of lamps is an exciting collaboration with established Japanese designer Naoto Fukasawa. Named after the soft, glowing shape of traditional Mongolian Pao tents illuminated at night-time, Fukasawa set out to encapsulate the same atmospheric warmth and friendliness in the Pao Steel Pendant. Pao draws on Fukasawa’s aesthetic of beautiful simplicity; creating an everyday object that draws on design values existing in the natural world.
Ana Kraš’ Bonbon Shades are one-of-a-kind pieces, produced by wrapping cotton-wool yarn around powder-coated steel frames to create individual lampshades that vary slightly in their appearance and texture. Available in five distinctive colourways.
Named Fifty Fifty after the lamp’s counterweight system that creates equilibrium between the two parts, it is clear to see how Sam Weller’s references to physics and engineering influence the design. Based on the idea of stripping a multi-purpose task light to its fundamental elements, Fifty Fifty balances refined, pared-back aesthetics with optimal functionality.
The iconic Bubble Lamp, designed in the ‘50s for Herman Miller by pioneering American designer George Nelson, is soon available from HAY in four distinctive sizes and shapes, so people around the world can bring this piece of history home.
Inspired by the tulip-shaped shade of his iconic PC Task Lamp, Pierre Charpin and HAY have created an extended family of PC lights, which includes the PC Portable, the PC Table Lamp, and the PC Pendant. Available in a range of colours and finishes, the PC Family has something for everyone, bringing a touch of unique elegance to any environment, from the bedroom to the dining room or office.