Size: 19 cm long x 11 cm wide
Material: powder coated iron
Cleaning method: Kaleido belongs to the decorative tray series and cannot be used for food. It is not waterproof. Please wipe with a clean damp cloth. Kaleido should be cleaned with a twisted, dry cloth and wiped thoroughly after wiping.
Kaleido's colorful collection of storage trays, using geometric shapes of varying sizes, can be creative like a jigsaw puzzle, and you can freely piece together, combine and transform your looking good and practical storage system! Kaleido can be used as a tray for coffee or beverages, or as a storage for office gadgets and jewelry accessories. You can also put a change, key or use as a commercial cashier in the entrance to the Kaleido. In addition to the practical functions, it can also be avant-garde modern installation art.
HAY, a home design brand from Denmark, was founded in 2003, inspired by the architectural and furniture styles of the 50s and 60s. The design moves to give each piece a unique aesthetic with simple, classic thinking. The design of the design of Rolf Hay and Mette Hay is: bringing design furniture to everyone's home. Such beliefs and the price of the people have made HAY become a household name in Europe in just a few years.
/designer | Clara Von Zweigbergk/
Born in Stockholm, Clara von Zweigbergk studied graphic design and illustration design at the Beckmans School of Design in Stockholm and the Pasadena Art Center Design School in the United States. As a graphic designer, she has worked for advertising agencies and designers in Stockholm, Los Angeles and Milan.
In 1997, she co-founded the Riviera Design Studio with two partners. This is a cross-disciplinary agency where many successful partnerships span different disciplines such as fashion, illustration, architecture, furniture, products and graphic design. She is employed as a senior graphic designer in the Lissoni Alliance in Milan, and its clients include Boffi, Armani and Alessi. Four years later, she founded her own studio in Stockholm.
She is currently pursuing her many important interests, including paper, color, typography and craftsmanship, through a variety of projects – such as corporate identity, art supervision, packaging and book design, and a growing array of products. In addition, Clara teaches at the Beckmans School of Design.