Hay is re-releasing Swiss industrial designer Bruno Rey's handsome Rey Chair, which first went into production in 1971. (Originally called the 3300, the chair took on its designer's name as it grew in popularity.) Stool, barstool and table variants round out the Rey Collection. The press release, and every design blog parroting it, mentions the chair's "innovative screwless production process," but no explanation of what this entails is mentioned. I poked around a bit and...


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