The Hay Can Armchair, designed by the brothers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec offers a quirky and forward-thinking design. Its petite and small footprint make it perfect for contemporary living and smaller spaces.
Boasting a simple yet stylish design, this chair creates a comforting and relaxed environment for the user. Defined by three individual components - a metal frame, upholstered cushions and a supportive outer canvas, the opposing materials and shapes unite as one to form a stylish design statement.
Materials:Black Powder-coated or Chrome frame, black or natural cotton outer canvas. Foam and feather duvet on mattress and cushions. Mattress is non-reversible and with an integrated anti-slip fleece on the back. Available fabric/leathers -
Group 1 - Surface by HAY 120 / 150 / 190 / 450 / 670 /990, Linara
Group 2 - Steelcut 655 & 975, Olavi by Hay
Group 3 - Ruskin, Roden
Group 6 - Sense Leather - Black or Cognac
Dimensions: Height: 82cm x Width: 97cm x Depth: 89cm (Seat Height: 40cm x Seat Depth: 65cm)
Delivery Time: Around 8 weeks
*** In the notes section of the order please enter the fabric you want, you can see the available fabrics/leathers on the attachment - 'HAY Textile Overview' see below. If you don't we will be in touch to find out which fabric/leather you want. For more information on fabrics/leather email Matt or Helen by clicking the "HELP & ADVICE" button below ***
Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec were born in France in the 1970's, they studied at the École Nationale des Arts Décoratifs in Paris and at the École des Beaux-Arts in Cergy-Pontoise. The brothers are noted for their design work, which has been featured in publications and museums globally — and spans a wide range from tables and chairs to tableware, rugs, textile walls, office furniture, ceramics, art objects and urban projects.
They have a fantastic relationship with Hay in Denmark, as well as Vitra in Switzerland who let them create their unique, innovative designs. Without doubt the Boroullec's designs are set to become Design Classics of the future.