Lens Box Unstackable Marble
Designed by Thomas Jenkins. Lens Box is inspired by the shape of glass lenses and the boxes they are stored in. A curved lid fits into a simple shallow round container, creating a minimal box.
D14cm × H5.5cm
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More information about Lens Box Unstackable Marble by Hay
Danish design brand HAY was founded by Rolf and Mette Hay in 2002 with the ambition to create contemporary furniture with an eye for modern living and sophisticated industrial manufacturing. Hay is part of Nine United, a private group of companies headed by Troels Holch Povlsen.
Through a commitment to the design and production of furniture and accessories with an international appeal HAY strives to make good design accessible to the largest possible audience.
Inspired by architecture and the dynamics of fashion, combining durable quality products that provide added value for the user. HAY’s continued vision is to create straightforward, functional and aesthetic design in cooperation with some of the world’s most talented, curious and courageous designers.