HAY Time Hourglass, HAY, Huset | Modern Scandinavian Design
HAY Time Hourglass, HAY, Huset | Modern Scandinavian Design
HAY Time Hourglass, HAY, Huset | Modern Scandinavian Design
HAY Time Hourglass, HAY, Huset | Modern Scandinavian Design
HAY Time Hourglass, HAY, Huset | Modern Scandinavian Design
HAY Time Hourglass, HAY, Huset | Modern Scandinavian Design
HAY Time Hourglass, HAY, Huset | Modern Scandinavian Design
HAY Time Hourglass, HAY, Huset | Modern Scandinavian Design
HAY Time Hourglass, HAY, Huset | Modern Scandinavian Design
HAY Time Hourglass, HAY, Huset | Modern Scandinavian Design
HAY Time Hourglass, HAY, Huset | Modern Scandinavian Design
HAY Time Hourglass, HAY, Huset | Modern Scandinavian Design
HAY Time Hourglass, HAY, Huset | Modern Scandinavian Design
HAY Time Hourglass, HAY, Huset | Modern Scandinavian Design
HAY Time Hourglass, HAY, Huset | Modern Scandinavian Design
HAY Time Hourglass, HAY, Huset | Modern Scandinavian Design
HAY Time Hourglass, HAY, Huset | Modern Scandinavian Design
HAY Time Hourglass, HAY, Huset | Modern Scandinavian Design
HAY Time Hourglass, HAY, Huset | Modern Scandinavian Design

HAY Time Hourglass

Size
Color

With its organic, soft shape and complementary combinations in clear and colored glass with fine sand, HAY’s Time hourglass offers a contemporary twist on the classic hourglass timer.

Details

Made of glass / sand

Dimensions:

Small 3 min - 1.4” x 3.9” (3.5 x 10 cm)

Medium 15 min - 2” x 5.9” (5.2 x 15 cm)

Large 30 min - 2.8” x 8” (7 x 20.5 cm)

HAY

About The Designer

HAY
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.”