STACK TRAYS

Collection of trays for Fritz Hansen Objects Collection © The STACK collection are “comprised of two moulded trays; No. 5 and No. 7, in ash wood, inspired by the traditional Shaker bentwood boxes from the mid-eighteenth century. Designed by Wednesday Architecture 2016
Republic of Fritz Hansen - San Francisco store.

Republic of Fritz Hansen - San Francisco store.

A walk down memory lane to the Salone del Mobile fair in spring. The Ant™, Grand Prix™ and STACK trays by Wednesday Architecture united in total superiority at The Fritz hansen Showroom in Milan. Styling by Christine Rudolph.

A walk down memory lane to the Salone del Mobile fair in spring. The Ant™, Grand Prix™ and STACK trays by Wednesday Architecture united in total superiority at The Fritz hansen Showroom in Milan. Styling by Christine Rudolph.

STACK trays no 5 & 7 Designed for Fritz Hansen Objects - The Sydney launch of 'Objects' Photo by Toby Peet

STACK trays no 5 & 7 Designed for Fritz Hansen Objects - The Sydney launch of 'Objects' Photo by Toby Peet

STACK TRAYS Inspired by traditional Nordic bentwood boxes and shaker living, STACK trays can be used individually being both structurally strong and delicate or they can be stacked together giving a sculptural look. Design by Wednesday Architecture for Fritz Hansen Objects - Photo by Fritz Hansen

STACK TRAYS Inspired by traditional Nordic bentwood boxes and shaker living, STACK trays can be used individually being both structurally strong and delicate or they can be stacked together giving a sculptural look. Design by Wednesday Architecture for Fritz Hansen Objects - Photo by Fritz Hansen

STACK TRAYS Inspired by traditional Nordic bentwood boxes and shaker living, STACK trays can be used individually being both structurally strong and delicate or they can be stacked together giving a sculptural look. Design by Wednesday Architecture for Fritz Hansen Objects - Photo by Fritz Hansen

STACK TRAYS Inspired by traditional Nordic bentwood boxes and shaker living, STACK trays can be used individually being both structurally strong and delicate or they can be stacked together giving a sculptural look. Design by Wednesday Architecture for Fritz Hansen Objects - Photo by Fritz Hansen

STACK trays and boxes - Designed for Fritz Hansen Objects Photo by Anders Ingvartsen

STACK trays and boxes - Designed for Fritz Hansen Objects Photo by Anders Ingvartsen

STACK tray no 5 - Designed for Fritz Hansen Objects Photo by Anders Ingvartsen

STACK tray no 5 - Designed for Fritz Hansen Objects Photo by Anders Ingvartsen

STACK trays no 7- Designed for Fritz Hansen Objects  Photo by Anders Ingvartsen

STACK trays no 7- Designed for Fritz Hansen Objects Photo by Anders Ingvartsen

STACK trays no 5 & 7 - Designed for Fritz Hansen Objects  Photo by Anders Ingvartsen

STACK trays no 5 & 7 - Designed for Fritz Hansen Objects Photo by Anders Ingvartsen

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