Floor lamps 

  • Named Fifty Fifty after the lamp’s counterweight system that creates equilibrium between the two parts, it is clear to see how Sam Weller’s references to physics and engineering influence the design. Based on the idea of stripping a multi-purpose task light to its fundamental elements, HAY's Fifty Fifty Floor Lamp balances refined, pared-back aesthetics with optimal functionality.
  • Rope Trick floor lamp of HAY is designed by Stefan Diez. This lamp integrates LED technology within a dynamic new form, challenging the idea of a conventional floor light. An original means of adjustment provides both a downward reading light and a diffused uplighter, both dimmable. Nice detail: you can remodel the rope, so you can give it your own twist!
  • Ana Kraš’ Bonbon Lamp for HAY is a hand-woven lantern that is made by wrapping cotton-wool yarn around powder-coated steel frames to create individual lampshades that vary slightly in their appearance and texture. To be used as hanging lamp or table lamp.Note: Cord set is not included.
  • Marselis Floor lamp is designed by design duo kaschkasch. Kaschkasch was inspired by the Danisch street signs. The LED light source comes from a tilting circular disc, which can be adjusted to create both an indirect ambient and direct task light beam. This lamp is available in different colours and is suitable for a variety of private and corporate settings.