Description

Designed by Stefan Diez for Hay, New Order is a modular storage system that fits the needs of a modern lifestyle. Based on a simple grid structure, New Order modules play with architecture, industrial aesthetics and contrasts of subtle and bright colours. Their open and airy character is perfect for dividing spaces, and the panels, doors and drawers allow you to build completely closed structures, too. New Order elements are easy to assemble, combine and modify: the hinges are simply clicked into place and the panels slide in without any tools. The collection includes both freestanding and wall-mounted modules. Use your imagination and customize an ideal storage system for any room of the house. The minimalistic appearance of New Order also suits offices and a wide range of public contexts.

New Order shelving package with sliding doors includes the following elements in a width of 100 cm: 2 x shelf bottom, 2 x shelf middle, 2 x tray top, 2 x wooden panels (2 side + 1 back), 2 x wooden sliding door, 2 x handle for wooden door, 2 x double profile base, 4 x single profile base.

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New Order shelving package with sliding doors, charcoal - ash

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Colour
Charcoal, ash
Width
200 cm (100 + 100 cm)
Depth
34 cm
Height
68 cm
Material
Side and back panels: MDF with front and back untreated ash veneer
Table top material
Powder coated aluminium and steel
Frame material
Powder coated aluminium and steel
Door material
MDF with front and back untreated ash veneer

Stefan Diez

Stefan Diez (born 1971) is a German designer who studied industrial design in the Academy of Fine Arts in Stuttgart and founded his own design studio in 2003. Diez has designed for brands such as Authentics, Established & Sons, Moroso, e15, Thonet, Bree and Wilkhahn and won several iF and Red Dot Awards and the German Design Price. In 2007 he was appointed the Professor of Industrial Design at the Karlsruhe University of Art and Design.

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