Hanging Cabinet by Hay
All people are different , so why should a shelving systems be the same? The hanging cabinet of the New Order Collection by Hay is flexible, modular and individual.
Changeability was one of the most central premise of the designer Stefan Diez when developing his New Order Collection for Hay. All parts are individually configurable, combinable as well as unique as life itself. Whether hanging on the wall or placed in the middle of the room: the freedom of choise starts with choosing the location.
With its countless possibilities, the New Order by Hay can make itself at home anywhere. Thanks to its simple and straight-lined construction made of aluminium and wood, not only its function is universal, but also its design. In the office, in public areas or at home is where the shelf is able to persuade without leaving any doubts.
Hay New Order: Wall mounted shelf with universal functions
The graphic, nearly ascetic silhouette of the shelf by Stefan Diez is responsible for the flexibility of this piece of furniture. The different elements, materials and surfaces are combinable and they therefore fit in the most different interiors, while the basic construction of aluminium ensures uncompromising stability.
New Order elements can be placed wherever you want, since wooden or textile panels can be installed at the sides. Opened as well as closed systems that vary in their height, width or regarding their accessories can adapt to every place. Assembly and disassembly of the thougt-through system is fast and easy – and if desired, the whole shelf can be arranged in a completely new way. It doesn't only come in handy when moving houses, but also when just rearranging the home.
Online Configuration via App
More doors, panels, trays and other parts of the New Order Collection are available in different colours. For your individual configuration use the New Order Configurator.Also in our blog:
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