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A true design classic. Based on the original Rey Collection designed by Swiss designer Bruno Rey in 1971, HAY has teamed up with Dietiker to present the Rey Stool in a new updated form. The renowned s...
|Bruno Rey for Dietiker, HAY
Care & maintenance
- Immediately blot spilled liquids on fabric with an absorbent cloth by gently dabbing towards the center of the stain.
- Wipe wood and powder coated steel with a clean cloth moistened with water or a solution of water and neutral detergent. Remove soap residue immediately with a clean, dry cloth.
- Avoid using abrasive cream or scrub pads as they can scratch the surface.
- If the surface is scratched or looks dull, use a care product specifically suitable for wood.
- Avoid placing the furniture in direct sunlight or near a strong heat source to reduce changes. Wood is a natural material and will change in colour and patinate over time. HAY only uses high-quality fabrics, but all fabrics fade and seams weaken when exposed to sunlight or strong heat.
- Avoid improper use, such as sitting on the backrest or armrests, resting the chairs on their back legs, putting your feet on the furniture, or standing on it.
- This information is a general guideline. Please contact our customer service or one of our stores for specific maintenance instructions.
A true design classic. Based on the original Rey Collection designed by Swiss designer Bruno Rey in 1971, HAY has teamed up with Dietiker to present the Rey Stool in a new updated form. The renowned stackable chair design is known for being one of the most successful Swiss chairs of all time, with a simple, yet robust design constructed using an innovative screw-less production process.
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