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Eames Plastic Side Chair DSW
Lounge Chair & Ottoman
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Eames Plastic Armchair DAW
Eames Plastic Side Chair DSR
Eames Plastic Armchair RAR
Aluminium Group EA 107 / EA 108
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Eames Plastic Armchair DAR
Aluminium Group EA 119
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Panton Chair
Aluminium Group EA 117
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Grand Repos
LTR Occasional Table
Noguchi Coffee Table
Glides (1 Set) for Vitra Chairs
Hang It All
EM Table
Aluminium Group EA 124
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Wooden Dolls
Soft Pad Group EA 219
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Eames Elephant
Eames Plastic Side Chair DSX
Lobby Chair ES 104
Eames Plastic Armchair PACC
Algue
Castor for Vitra chairs
Eames Plastic Armchair DAX
Soft Pad Group EA 217
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Physix
Eames Stools
Eames Plastic Side Chair DSS
ETR Elliptical Table Rod Base
Nelson Bench
Panton Chair Classic
Uten.Silo I
Uten.Silo II
Soft Pad Group EA 207 / EA 208
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Corniches
Lounge Chair & Ottoman - Black Version
ID Mesh
ID Trim
HAL Bar Stool
HAL Wood
Aluminium Group EA 105
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Aluminium Group EA 103 / EA 104
Belleville Armchair Wood
Belleville Chair Outdoor
Toolbox
Repos
Plywood Group LCW / LCW Leather
Eames Plastic Side Chair PSCC
Guéridon
Panton Junior
.03
.05
Home Desk
Eames House Bird
Ball Clock
Cork Family
ID Soft
Softshell Chair with four-legged base
HAL Armchair Wood
Seat Cushion for Wire Chair (DKR/DKW/DKX/LKR)
ID Air
Belleville Table Outdoor
Girard Classic Trays
Belleville Armchair Outdoor
Tip Ton
Standard SP
MedaSlim
Plywood Group DCM
Plywood Group LCM / LCM Leather
Plywood Group DCW
Standard
Tabouret Haut
Heart Cone Chair
Amoebe
Prismatic Table
New
NesTable
Elephant Stool
Akari 10A
Akari 26A / 21A / 15A
Akari 45A / 55A / 75A / 120A
Sunburst Clock
Sunflower Clock
Asterisk Clock
Eye Clock
Tripod Clock
Cone Clock
B3 Wassily Miniature
Metal Side Table
Visavis 2
HAL Tube
Bistro Table Outdoor
HAL Cantilever
Coat Dots Set of 3
Belleville Chair Wood
Wooden Dolls Cat & Dog
Rotary Tray
Eames Wool Blanket - Dot Pattern
Unix Chair with Five Star Base
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Vitra at smow in Düsseldorf

For questions concerning Vitra furnishings please visit our showroom in Düsseldorf. Should you not have time to come to us, we are always happy to come to you; simply telephone or email to arrange a personal appointment. Alternatively, browse our Vitra collection in the smow online shop, many items are in stock and available for immediate delivery.


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The Historia Supellexalis: "S" for Switzerland

...Diaries which contain some of the most complete and detailed descriptions of Swiss society, and in which one also finds the earliest descriptions of the earliest (hi)story of the contemporary Switzerland, a, as Heidi records, nation constituted from a loosely bound collective, a cantonation, of ancient peoples, including, and amongst many, many others, the Röthlisberger, the Horgenglarus, the Usm, the Wohnbedarf, the Embru, or the Vitronians whose contemporary Commonwealth of Vitra was initially established across a number of fields on the banks of the river Birs in the north-western corner of the Toblerone cordillera... Yet it was, inarguably, the Vitronians, for all under the leadership of the benevolent Fehlbaum der Jüngere, who were the most active in terms of international exchange; not only cooperating with an American Miller by the name of Herman to introduce works and positions by the likes of, for example, Eames Office, I Samunoguchi, George Nel-son or Alexander Gi Rard into Switzerland, but also expanding the Commonwealth of Vitra to the neighbouring regions of Germany and from where they introduced the furniture of the American Miller Herman to the many peoples of Europe...

The Historia Supellexalis: “J” for Jongerius

...Peoples such as the Vlieger from KLM, the Maharam from New York, the Koninklijke Tichelaar from Makkum and also the varied and various peoples of the Commonwealth of Vitra to which, and for whom, Hella, and amongst others acts, introduced a family of office pets, fashioned a bovista as a stool and also a developed a sofa inspired and informed by the polders of the Netherlands, a work whose variations of colour and texture, in whose inherent understandings and utilisation of colours and textiles, motivated, emboldened, the Vitronians to ask Hella is she would to take on responsibility for the colours and textiles of the entire Vitra commonwealth... And despite her initial reservations that cooperation with the Vitra commonwealth was to prove itself of benefit not just the Vitronians who were able to see and enjoy their commonwealth in vivid new ways and ever fresher hues, but also of benefit to Hella and to Jongerius for, as Oranje Tulpenbol convincingly argues, the taking on of responsibility for the Vitronians colours and textiles, assisting the Vitronians explore the possibilities of colours and textiles, and also assisting the Maharam explore the possibilities of weaving, assisting the Koninklijke Tichelaar explore the possibilities of porcelain, assisting the Vlieger explore the possibilities of spatial and corporate design, is and was every bit as important in the development of Hella's positions and approaches, every bit as important in the development of Hella's perspectives and arguments, every bit as important in the development of Hella's understanding of our relationships with the spaces we occupy, every bit as important in the development of Jongerius, as are and were the weeks and months spent working away, questioning and challenging and experimenting at foot of the Prenzlauer Berg on her own self-initiated projects and petitions...

3daysofdesign Copenhagen 2019: #embassytour

...Staged under the title "Ambassadors of Creative Innovation" the Swiss Embassy 3daysofdesign 2019 showcase presented works from established Swiss brands such as Vitra, USM Haller, Création Baumann, Caran d'Ache or Laufen, who presented their new SAVE urine directing toilet concept realised in conjunction with Vienna based studio EOOS and Eawag, the aquatic research institute at the ETH Zürich; younger brands such as Viu eyewear or Zürich based Qwstion with their bags crafted from Bananatex, a textile made from, well, banana plants, not yet Zürcher Bananas, but if we're not all careful it may only be a matter of time, and no-one wants that; and students from the Architecture and Wood & Civil Engineering departments at the Berner Fachhochschule, who, in inter-disciplinary teams of two, considered under the title "Furniture for a Pop-up Embassy", representative, temporary, variable, momentary furniture... And not the only Swiss/Danish cooperation on show: visitors being greeted at and sent on their way from the Embassy by arguably that best case example of Swiss/Danish cooperation: Verner Panton's plastic cantilever chair for Vitra...

Orgatec Cologne 2014: Vitra

...Until that is one reaches the Vitra stand... The almost congenital attraction of Orgatec visitors to Vitra is unquestionably related to the high-calibre roster of international designers responsible for the Vitra office programme...

Orgatec 2012: An Interview with Vitra Chief Design Officer Eckart Maise

...In February 1991 the grand doyen of Italian design Ettore Sottsass approached Vitra CEO Rolf Fehlbaum with a suggestion for a joint project looking at the nature and being of life and work in the office... Rolf Fehlbaum willingly agreed and together with Michele de Lucchi, Andrea Branzi and James Irvine, Sottsass and Vitra set off an exploratory journey: researching, considering, inventing as they went...


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