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HAY and Dietiker have relaunched the Rey Chair based on the original Rey collection designed by Bruno Rey in 1971. The chair features rounded edges and a curved backrest and was the first chair to hav...
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Care & maintenance
- Wipe garden furniture with a clean, damp cloth or use a solution of water and neutral detergent.
- Wipe furniture when wet after rain or snowfall to prevent surface damage.
- Avoid using scouring cream or scouring pads to prevent scratches.
- Store furniture in a dry, ventilated place during winter to protect it from weather elements, scratches, and bumps.
- Clean bird droppings immediately to prevent corrosion or stains.
- Handcrafted products may have minor blemishes or imperfections that do not affect their quality or functionality.
- Direct placement on a seafront can lead to corrosion.
- Small scratches or damage to garden furniture with a powder coating can lead to corrosion. Use a special repair lacquer available at one of our stores.
- This information is a general guideline. Please contact our customer service or one of our stores for specific maintenance instructions.
HAY and Dietiker have relaunched the Rey Chair based on the original Rey collection designed by Bruno Rey in 1971. The chair features rounded edges and a curved backrest and was the first chair to have a unique, patented screwless wood-to-metal connection by Dietiker, which has made it one of the most successful Swiss chairs ever. The chair is strong, sturdy, and stackable, making it suitable for use in many different types of households, public spaces, or offices. To meet the demands of modern times, the chair has been adapted with new dimensions and materials. It is made of solid wood and available in both old and new colours, as well as upholstered seats selected by HAY.
Bruno Rey for Dietiker
Bruno Rey is a Swiss designer, who was born in 1933 in Brugg. After an apprenticeship as a cabinetmaker, he went to the Zurich School of Applied Arts where he attended classes with the great designer Willy Guhl. In 1968 he opened his own studio. That's where he designed the famous, innovative chair that was mass produced in 1971 at Dietiker in Stein am Rheim. This chair was originally called 3300 ...Read more