HAY Pyramid Desk (New Structure ) - Black

  • $699.00
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    WHAT'S IN OUR PRICE

    Ex-factory PriceSGD 490.07
    Freight to SingaporeSGD 80.00
    Local DeliverySGD 80.00
    GSTSGD 48.93
    Selling PriceSGD 699.00

Created to be adaptable, light and strong.

Pyramid Tables are the last word in cutout sheet steel construction. Originally created by Friso Kramer and Wim Rietveld while working at Ahrendin the 1950s, the collection has been relaunched by HAY together with Ahrend. When initially launched in the ‘50s, it was regarded as a triumph in its innovative use of sheet steel, giving new direction for use in organically shaped products. Today, both as individual pieces and as a collection, it is notable for its sparing use of materials, simplistic construction and for being light enough to move around. These lasting designs manifest functional excellence and lightness that have been proved in real environments over several generations. In order to better meet the needs of residential market for users working from home, HAY creates the Pyramid Desk with new structure and function at an affordable price.

FRAME TABLE TOP

Material

2x leg section in 2mm bent steel sheet with powder coated surface

Oval steel tube with metal clips for quick leg assembly

Material

18mm MDF with top American oak veneer in CARP P2 level

Edge band 1mm sold oak

UV matt lacquer

With cable hole cover

4 pcs LLDPE plastic washer for connecting with desk frame without screws

CABLE MANAGEMENTSELF ASSEMBLY
Comes with cable hole and cable hole coverOval steel tube with metal clips for quick leg assembly

Dimensions

Use it with

HAY Result Chair - Oak with Black Frame
  • $699.00

Designer

Wim Rietveld (1924-1985) and Friso Kramer (b. 1922) were both Dutch-born. Wim Rietveld was an industrial furniture designer who studied Industrial Design at The Hague Academy, before starting work in 1958 at De Cirkel, a manufacturer of steel furniture that had merged with the Ahrend group in 1939. Friso Kramer studied Interior Design at the Institute of Applied Arts in Amsterdam, before he also worked at De Cirkel as a designer from 1948-1963. It was during their time at De Cirkel that the two designers met, together developing a number of iconic design collaborations, including the Result Chair in 1958. Together with Ahrend, HAY has reproduced the Rietveld and Kramer’s original design of the Result Chair.