richard woods & sebastian wrong: hay bale for established & sons
 
richard woods & sebastian wrong: hay bale for established & sons
may 03, 2011

richard woods & sebastian wrong: hay bale for established & sons

‘hay bales’ by sebastian wrong and richard woods for established & sons
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‘hay bale’ by UK-designers / artists sebastian wrong and richard woods is a continuation of the duo’s collaboration with british design and manufacturing company established & sons.

the design directly relates to its name, a flexible and modular seating landscape fashioned to look like hay bales. the objects are upholstered with a pattern of bunched hay executed in woods and wrong’s classic pop aesthetic. details such as cotton-web handles, which make the units look as if they are bound, along with removable covers, makes the individual units easy to move and maintain.

richard woods & sebastian wrong: hay bale for established & sons
‘hay bales’
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richard woods & sebastian wrong: hay bale for established & sons
detail
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richard woods & sebastian wrong: hay bale for established & sons
‘hay bales’ on show during milan design week at the established & sons presentation
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  • @ thomas-f

    ‘Same consept’ (sic)

    … er, don’t think so. Offering such a tenuous comparison I suspect you’ve an over-eager determination to undermine this. This is entirely different, or at least a massive conceptual leap ahead.

    douglas montgomery

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