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HAY Paper Paper Bin

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The HAY Paper Paper Bin, a lightweight waste bin made from cardboard and designed by Clara von Zweigbergk, boasts a distinctive twisted shape and inside-out color contrasting. Use it in your home office for tossing out all manner of paper rubbish. (Please note that this bin should only be used for dry paper and cardboard—not for use with food waste or heavy objects.) The HAY Paper Paper Bin measures 12.2h x 10.6”w. HAY is a manufacturer with work in MoMA’s collection.
  • Designer
    Clara von Zweigbergk
  • Size
    12.2h x 10.6"diam.
  • Materials
    Paper
  • Year of Design
    2020
  • Origin
    Imported
  • Special shipping charge of $10.00
  • This item cannot be shipped outside of the contiguous U.S.
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HAY Paper Paper Bin

  • HAY

    HAY, founded in 2002 in Denmark by husband-and-wife team Mette and Rolf Hay, was born with the idea of offering thoughtful, functional, beautiful and high-quality designs at accessible prices. HAY is represented as a manufacturer in MoMA’s collection with several objects, such as the Prince Chair, a 2002 design by Louise Campbell. Devised for a competition to create a chair for the Crown Prince of Denmark, its seat resembles an unfolded paper cutout. Another design in the collection, Stefan Diez’s 2013 Rope Trick Lamp, is inspired by power transfer coils common to CNC hardware.

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