HAY AAL82 About A Lounge Chair - Huset Shop - 1
HAY AAL82 About A Lounge Chair - Huset Shop - 1
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HAY AAL82 About A Lounge Chair


About A Lounge AAL82, by Danish design brand Hay, is part of an outstanding collection designed through close collaboration between Hee Welling and HAY. The About series is HAY’s most versatile furniture series; beginning with one chair and blossoming into a series of stunning chairs, stools, tables and much more. The series is proof that a single strong idea can hold a wealth of development options.

The About A Lounge is designed with a steam bent frame, and a slightly more open shell (as compared to the original About A Chair). The design is entirely customizable and can be made to stand out or blend in, as you wish - allowing you to tweak the design without compromising the basic concept.


Dimensions: W30” x D28.75” x H14/32.25” (76 x 73 x 36/82 cm)

Made of a hard molded Polyurethane frame with upholstery.

Base is made of either soap treated oak or black stained oak.

Upholstery options:

Group 1 - Steelcut, Steelcut Trio, Remix

Group 2 - Divina Melange, Divina MD, Hallingdal

Group 3 - Leather Sierra

Additional seat cushion available - please contact store for details and pricing.

Special order item: Please contact our store for more detailed upholstery information. Please allow 8-10 weeks for delivery.

Furniture orders require a 50% deposit. Remaining balance will be charged upon arrival.


About The Designer

Bridging the gap between architecture and fashion, Rolf Hay launched his namesake company at IMM Cologne in 2003 with the goal of bringing Danish design back to the innovative greatness of the 1950s and 60s in a contemporary context. Since then, they’ve accrued numerous awards for their work and have collaborated with established designers like Scholten & Baijings and Sebastian Wrong. Hay is committed to nurturing and promoting the originality of young talents as well as “exploring the twisted minds of established designers.”