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AM Chair
DKW Wire Chair (new height)
RAR Miniature
Akari 1AG
Akari 1AY
Akari XP1
Millerstripe Multicoloured Bright
Stuhl no. 14 Miniature
Rood Blauwe Stoel Miniature
Polygon Clock
ID Soft
Akari 3AD
Eames Coffee Table
ID Air
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Wooden Side Table
Customisable Greeting Card
Cork Family
Lounge Chair & Ottoman - Beauty Versions
Girard Wool Blanket
Akari 50EN / 70EN
Happy Bin
Colour Block Blanket
HAL Cantilever
Lobby Chair ES 104
Unix Chair with Four Star Base
All Plastic Chair
Basel Chair
Allstar Office Swivel Chair
Eames Plastic Side Chair DSS
Aluminium Group EA 207 / EA 208
Meda Conference
Plywood Group DCW
Aluminium Group EA 215 / 216
Metal Side Table
Bistro Table Outdoor
Lounge Chair - White Version
Aluminium Group EA 223
Slow Chair Ottoman
Akari 26N
Turbine Clock
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Soft Modular Sofa
Super Fold Table
Coconut Chair Miniature
HAL Table
Hack Table
ID Soft Black Special
Lounge Chair
Mariposa Sofa
EA 103 / EA 104
EM Table
Aluminium Group EA 124
Meda Chair
Organic Chair
Noguchi Dining Table
Polder Sofa
Softshell Chair with four-legged base
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ID Trim
Compas Direction
Belleville Armchair Wood
La Chaise
Amoebe Highback
Aluminium Group EA 116
Aluminium Group EA 222
Eames Segmented Table
Softshell Side Chair
AC 4
Polder Compact
Lobby Chair ES 105 / ES 108
Coconut Chair
Slow Chair
Freeform Sofa
Home Desk
HAL Ply Bar Stool
Aluminium Group EA 105
Standard SP
Marshmallow Sofa
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smow Blog High 5 Special: When fashion meets design.....

...The Algue Summer Sweater As we've often noted in these pages, one of the joys of the Vitra Algue system by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec is that it allows for room division where the separation is implied, without being implicit...

An Eames Celebration @ The Vitra Design Museum

...With their 1997 exhibition The Work of Charles and Ray Eames the Vitra Design Museum staged one of the first major Charles and Ray Eames retrospectives Twenty years later they return to two of the 20th century's most important creatives with An Eames Celebration: less of Charles and Ray, and more of the diversity, depth and continuing relevance of their work... That it is 20 years since the Vitra Design Museum last dedicated an exhibition to Charles and Ray Eames shouldn't be taken as an indication in a lack of interest in the subject, far from it, as Museum Director Mateo Kries points out their collection of Eames prototypes and models is one of the cornerstones of the museum; much more the number of other possible themes combined with a desire to always explore the new meant it simply was never a consideration...

smow Blog Interview: Ronan Bouroullec - For me the most important place is to be in front of the sea...

...Having grown up near Quimper, Brittany, Ronan Bouroullec moved to Paris in 1989 to study industrial design; since when the French capital has not only witnessed him complete his studies, but establish a studio, achieve his first commercial success and together with his brother Erwan develop projects for a roster of international clients including, and amongst many others, Vitra, Magis, Flos, Kvadrat and Samsung, in addition to realising numerous collaborations with Galerie kreo...

5 New Design Exhibitions for September 2017

..."An Eames Celebration" at the Vitra Design Museum, Weil am Rhein, Germany Typical!... Promising one of the most inclusive and fulsome explorations of the work and legacy of Charles and Ray Eames ever staged, the Vitra Design Museum are not only calling on the depth of their collection, but the volume of the Vitra Campus, to stage four parallel Eames exhibitions...

Alessandro Barison - Panton Remake

...In an ideal world you can even use the space under the seat as storage and hey presto - a Vitra Panton Chair trolley suitcase... We don't imagine for a minute that Vitra would ever entertain the idea of producing or licensing such an object...

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