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Eames Plastic Side Chair RE DSW
Eames Plastic Armchair RE DAW
Eames Plastic Side Chair RE DSR
Eames Plastic Armchair RE RAR
Aluminium Group EA 107 / EA 108
Eames Plastic Armchair RE DAR
Panton Chair
Eames Plastic Side Chair RE DSX
Eames Plastic Armchair RE PACC
Eames Plastic Armchair RE DAX
Lobby Chair ES 105 / ES 108
Eames Plastic Side Chair RE DSS
Panton Chair Classic
Soft Pad Group EA 207 / EA 208
ID Mesh
ID Trim
HAL Bar Stool
HAL Wood
Aluminium Group EA 105
Aluminium Group EA 103 / EA 104
Belleville Armchair Wood
Belleville Chair Outdoor
Eames Plastic Side Chair RE PSCC
Panton Junior
.03
.05
ID Soft
Softshell Chair with four-legged base
HAL Armchair Wood
Seat Cushion for Wire Chair (DKR/DKW/DKX/LKR)
Belleville Armchair Outdoor
Tip Ton
Standard SP
MedaSlim
Plywood Group DCM
Plywood Group DCW
Standard
Tabouret Haut
Visavis 2
HAL Ply Bar Stool
HAL Tube
HAL Cantilever
Belleville Chair Wood
Eames Plastic Armchair RE DAL
Eames Plastic Side Chair RE DSR Duotone
Tabouret Solvay
Eames Fiberglass Chair DSX
Eames Fiberglass Armchair DAR
Softshell Chair with four star base
Wire Chair DKX
Eames Fiberglass Armchair DAW
APC All Plastic Chair
Landi Chair
Eames Fiberglass Chair DSR
Chaise Tout Bois
Wire Chair DKR Checker
DSW Promotion Set of 4
Offer
Wire Chair LKR
Panton Chairs Miniature (Set of 5)
Eames Plastic Armchair RE LAR
Moca
ACX Soft
Wire Chair DKR
Eames Plastic Side Chair RE LSR
Evo-C
Softshell Side Chair
Stool-Tool
Wire Chair DKW
.03 Black
Eames Fiberglass Chair DSW
ACX Light
Organic Chair
Wiggle Side Chair
Softshell Chair with five star base
ID Trim Conference
Aluminium Group EA 101
HAL Ply Tube
HAL RE Sledge
Eames Fiberglass Armchair RAR
RAR with Upholstery
Panton Chair Classic Chrome Edition
Eames Fiberglass Armchair DAX
Soft Pad Group EA 205
HAL Ply Wood
Eames Fiberglass Armchair LAR
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Vitra chairs

Since its founding, the history of the Swiss furniture manufacturer Vitra has been inextricably linked to seating design: after Vitra founders Erika and Willi Fehlbaum saw chairs by Ray and Charles Eames in New York in the early 1950s, they set about acquiring licenses to produce and distribute Eames Designs in Europe. Something they have done successfully since 1957: collections such as the Eames Plastic Chairs or the Eames Aluminium Chairs not only representing technically innovative manufacturing processes and material solutions, but also revolutionary functional properties and ergonomic design. Thanks to decades of experience and in-depth expertise, Vitra has repeatedly re-written modern design history and influenced generations of next-generation designers with its dining and office chairs. In addition to designs by design legends such as Jean Prouvé, Charles and Ray Eames or Verner Panton, Vitra is also at the forefront of contemporary design chairs: Vitra Dining Chairs, such as the HAL Collection by Jasper Morrison, represent a contemporary combination of material, form and functionality and can be used in a wide variety of areas and situations.



Vitra Plastic Chairs


Eames Plastic Chairs from Vitra

... for outdoors as well


Vitra rocking chair RAR with and without upholstery

Vitra Dining Chairs by Charles & Ray Eames


Vitra Fiberglass Chairs


Fiberglass Chairs from Vitra


Eames Fiberglass Chairs in a domestic setting

LAR Plastic Chair


Vitra Shell Chairs


Vitra Shell Chairs


Vitra Aluminium Chairs & Soft Pad Chairs


Vitra EA 107/108 Aluminium Chair

Vitra ES 104 Lobby Chair


Vitra Panton Chairs


Vitra Panton Chair Junior

Panton Chair from Verner Panton


Vitra Dining Chairs


Evo-C, Chaise Tout Bois and other Vitra dining chairs


Tip Ton chair by Barber & Osgerby

Vitra Standard chair by Jean Prouvé



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