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Rey Chair

$645.00
4.2 out of 5 Customer Rating
Item No. 100325620
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HAY

Rey Chair

$645.00

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  • Iconic chair by Swiss designer Bruno Rey.
  • Beech wood frame.
  • Stacks up to four high.
  • 31½" H 17½" W 19½" D
Detailed Dimensions

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Designed by Bruno Rey for HAY
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Rey Chair
$645.00

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Details

Details

With its distinctive rounded edges and curved backrest, Rey was the first chair to be patented with Dietiker’s unique screwless wood-to-metal connection and has become one of the most successful Swiss chairs of all time. Its solid construction, strength, and stackable design give it a timeless quality. The iconic chair has been modified with new dimensions and material combinations for contemporary lifestyles. Made of solid wood in Hungary.
  • Iconic chair by Swiss designer Bruno Rey.
  • Solid beech wood legs.
  • Beech wood frame.
  • Stacks up to four high.
  • Unique screwless wood-to-metal construction.
Brand
HAY
Collection
Rey Collection
General Dimensions
  • 31½" H 17½" W 19½" D
Product Weight
13.25 lbs
Assembly
Comes fully assembled
Warranty
DWR honors a one (1) year warranty on all products. Brand-specific warranties may extend to longer periods.

Rey Chair

  • Height (in): 31½
  • Width (in): 17½
  • Depth (in): 19½
  • Weight (lbs): 13.25
  • Seat Height (in): 18½
  • Seat Depth (in): 17½
  • Leg Height (in): 18
  • Beech wood
  • Die-cast aluminum

Bruno Rey

Born in 1933, Swiss designer Bruno Rey began his career as a cabinetmaker’s apprentice. He went on to study at the Zurich School of Applied Arts, and opened his own studio in 1968, working on an innovative chair design that was mass produced in 1971 by Dietiker in Stein am Rhein. Originally called the 3300 chair, it later became known as the Rey – the most successful Swiss chair of all time.

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