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  • Vitra - Graphic Print Pillow - Maze
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    Vitra - Graphic Print Pillow - Maze
    Alexander Girard was a versatile skilled architect and designer for furniture and textiles, interior design, graphic design, exposition design and industrial design. The graphic cushions by Vitra represent the versatility and the graphic skills of the American designer. Happy colours and patterns, abstract and geometrical shapes or unique colour constellations: That’s the world of Alexander Girard. The architect and designer counts to the most embossing representatives of American post war design. The focus of his work was textile design, where he expressed his love for colours, textures and graphical patterns. His designs, such as the graphic cushion Maze, now expand the accessories collection from Vitra. Girard unified motives of traditional arts with abstract patterns in his works. Even his simplest graphical patterns reached high differentiation because of their clear colours and many of his patterns and figures express delighted playfulness. The graphic print pillows vitalize some of these designs: Abstract graphical or expressive figurative patterns make up powerful accents. Vitra produces the Maze pillowcase of 100% cotton and the filling is made of ducks-half-down. This is how the soft Vitra graphic cushion serves as decorative accessory for the most different furnishing styles.
  • Uten.Silo by Vitra Organizer
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    Uten.Silo by Vitra Organizer
    This production of the original 1969 version of Uten.Silo by Vitra Design Museum can help organize bathrooms, workshops, children's rooms, offices, kitchens and more. The organizer comes in white and is made of ABS plastic.
  • Vitra - Wheel Clock
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    Vitra - Wheel Clock
    Vitra Home Complements The American designer George Nelson counts to the most influential people of American Post-War design – together with personalities like Charles and Ray Eames or Alexander Girard. That’s a good reason to re-edit some of the designs of that influential creatives in the event of the Vitra Home Complements Collection. Thereby all of the items are produced according to the original designs and materials. The Collection includes design objects, home accessories and textiles. Timeless companion for a special atmosphere. Designer: George Nelson The designer George Nelson influenced the philosophy of the American furniture producer Hermann Miller for several years being the creative director there. He also designed table and wall clocks for the subsidiary Howard Miller Clock Company at the same time, catching the lifestyle of the 50s and 60s. Wheel Clock The Wheel Clock is a faithful re-edition of the 1961 designed wall clock and it convinces with high class materials and sculptural outlines. The corpus of the exceptional wall clock is made of walnut wood. The pointers and hour-marks are made of aluminium. Warm and cool materials complement each other in harmony resulting in special colour-contrasts as well. Wheel isn’t only a timer, but a decorative piece on the walls and a real eye-catcher. This is how you will keep an eye on the time with pleasure. All the Vitra clocks made by George Nelson are delivered with a high class quartz clockwork including batteries.
  • Vitra - Classic Tray Love Heart
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    Vitra - Classic Tray Love Heart
    Alexander Girard designed more than 300 graphics with love for details. The very popular Love Herat pattern is displayed on many furniture pieces, home accessories and textiles. Vitra selected some of Alexander Girard’s patterns to be re-edited in the Vitra Home Complements Collection in cooperation with Girard’s family, which runs the heritage of the designer with the Girard Studio. The tray is available in different sizes and it is wonderfully suitable to be used during a comfortable breakfast in the bed or as decoration item in the living room. The Classic Trays harmonize with each other in order to be stickered and to become a colourful ensemble whenever you want to. The trays of laminated plywood should only be cleaned by hand. Available in different sizes.
  • Vitra - Cushion Park Woven Cayenne / Syrah
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    Vitra - Cushion Park Woven Cayenne / Syrah
    The designer Hella Jongerius combines traditional and industrial handicraft in her works. She likes to experiment with newish and traditional materials, patterns and production techniques when she designs furniture, dishes and textiles. Jongerius also combined new with old in her Park Woven cushion. The pattern of floral forms and geometric lines is based on archive designs of silk ties, produced in a Swedish weaving factory. Hella Jongerius creates new patterns by means of repeating her geometric patterns, mirroring them with positive and negative variations. The special warm colours of the cushions are wonderfully combinable with other fabrics and upholstery and they therewith introduce a bit of comfort into the homely rooms.
  • Vitra - Cushion Small Dot Pattern Document reserve
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    Vitra - Cushion Small Dot Pattern Document reserve
    Got to the heart The Small Dot cushions by Charles and Ray Eames concentrates on the philosophy of the designers. “Everything is connected”. Charles and Ray Eames are famous as the most influential designers of the 20 th century because of the iconic chairs of them. Architecture and furniture design weren’t the only branches they influenced, since they also designed textiles. Some of their textiles are monochromatic and others multicoloured. The fabrics are often ornamented by hand-drawn, geometric forms that become a pattern when they are repeated. The trained paintress Ray Eames designed the Eames Dot pattern in 1949. The pattern is based on hand-drawn designs of artists, created on an exact pattern. The popular textile design was printed on napkins, bags, curtains and cushions since then. Thereby the stylish design with the simple colours fits in every living room since then.
  • Vitra - Polygon Clock
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    Vitra - Polygon Clock
    George Nelson for the Vitra Home Complements Collection The Vitra Home Complements Collection connects iconic designs by designers like George Nelson with creations of younger designers. The Collection includes design objects, home accessories and textiles. Timeless companions for a special atmosphere. Among them are some selected table and wall clocks by the American designer George Nelson. George Nelson worked for the furniture company Herman Miller for several years as creative director. At the same time he developed some exclusive table and wall clocks that embody the lifestyle of the 50s and 60s for the subsidiary Howard Miller Clock Company, which are presented in the Home Complements Collection by Vitra today. Polygon Clock George Nelson’s table and wall clocks are characterized by the lack of numbers. According to the designer, the ones who watch a clock concentrate on the position of the pointers. Accordingly, the wall clocks of Nelson convince with an exceptional shape of 12 distinctive dots and coloured pointers, like the Polygon Clock. The sculptural wall clock is a re-edition of 1961, like the original one. It bribes with sophisticated processing of the material and the sculptural shape. The corpus of the special wall clock is made of walnut wood. The white pointer for the hours and the orange one for the minutes are colour accents contrasting the dial and they grant easy readability. All of the Vitra clocks by George Nelson are delivered with high class quartz clockwork and batteries.
  • Vitra Uten Silo Wall Storage - Black - Large
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    Vitra Uten Silo Wall Storage - Black - Large
    Keep your belongings stylishly organised with this Uten Silo wall storage from Vitra. Crafted from solid black ABS plastic, it features an array of containers in different shapes and sizes making it perfect to store your everyday essentials. A fabulous gift idea for any occasion, its simple style makes it perfect to pair with the wide range of contemporary home accessories also available from Vitra. Key features: * Material: ABS plastic * Dimensions: 87x67cm * Designed by Dorothee Becker * Beautiful black plastic wall storage unit * Stylishly organises your home or office * Features containers of different shapes & sizes * More home accessories available from Vitra
  • Vitra - Classic Tray Snake
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    Vitra - Classic Tray Snake
    Vitra selected some of Alexander Girard’s patterns to be re-edited in the Vitra Home Complements Collection in cooperation with Girard’s family, which runs the heritage of the designer with the Girard Studio. Alexander Girard was one of the most influential people of American post-war design, being an architect, designer and graphic designer. Many of the colourful graphic designs by Alexander Girard, originally made for Herman Miller, are printed on selected furniture, home accessories and textiles today. The Classic Trays display six of the most famous designs of Alexander Girard. One of them is the graphic pattern “Snake”, which emerged out of the special passion of the designer for traditional folk arts. The Classic Trays harmonize with each other in order to be stickered and to become a colourful ensemble whenever you want to. The trays of laminated plywood should only be cleaned by hand. Available in different sizes.
  • Vitra - Cushion Maharam - Vases
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    Vitra - Cushion Maharam - Vases
    The designer Hella Jongerius is famous for combining traditional and industrial handicraft. She experiments with newish and traditional materials, forms and production techniques when she creates furniture, dishes and textile designs. The returning pattern of the vase is also displayed on home textiles now, as well as on her own ceramic designs. The vases design of the traditional new York company Maharam is re-edited now in the Home Complements Collection. The designer transmits the three-dimensional shape of a traditional ceramic vase into a graphic pattern, displayed in different colours on cushions. The vases cushions are produced out of a sophisticated combination of cotton and recycled nylon concentrating on useful materials. Lovingly details, like the small zip-closure hanger, complement the harmonic design. Available in different colours.
  • Vitra - Cushion Checker
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    Vitra - Cushion Checker
    The architect and designer Alexander Girard sketched more than 300 different graphic designs as manager of the textiles department of Hermann Miller. The popular designs include colourful, floral forms and monochromatic patterns, ornamenting home accessories, small furniture and textiles today. The Checker cushion is very timeless because of the decent colours. Small black and white squares come together side by side on the fabric like if it was a game of chess, looking harmonic. The Maharam cushions set wonderful accents in every home when they are alone or combined with other cushions and fabrics. The Checker cushion is delivered filled with feathers. These ones appear in a separated cotton cover, in order to clean the pillowcases if desired, without damaging the filling.
  • Vitra - Cushion Quatrefoil
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    Vitra - Cushion Quatrefoil
    The American designer Alexander Girard designed more than 300 different graphic designs as manager of the textiles department of Herman Miller. The numerous patterns and motives mirror the passion for travelling, nature, urban life and folk arts of the designer and shows floral shapes as well as geometric patterns and colourful figurative details. Good mood granted. The Quatrefoil pattern enquees abstract blossoms in powerful pink and orange tones. This is a textile bouquet for the living room. The sophisticated compliance of cotton and nylon is resistant and therefore suitable to be used in children’s rooms. Some of the most famous textile designs of Alexander Girard and other designers are re-edited in the Vitra Home Complements Collection together with the New York company Maharam. Thereby the Maharam fabric is produced respecting the original colours and weaving techniques. The cushion is delivered filled with feathers in a separated cotton cover, which makes it easier to wash the pillowcase.
  • Vitra Printed Akari Light Sculpture
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    Vitra Printed Akari Light Sculpture
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    Multi-colour paper akari light sculpture from Vitra featuring a bamboo and steel wire structure and a blue printed paper shade.
  • Vitra - Diamond Clock
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    Vitra - Diamond Clock
    The designer George Nelson already designed table and wall clocks for the Howard Miller Clock Company, catching the lifestyle of the 50s and 60s. Selected designs of that time are now re-edited in the Home Complements Collection by Vitra. Diamond Clock The Georg Nelson wall clocks renounce numeric dials. This characteristic is responsible for many Nelson clocks to get a special shape, like the one of the Diamond Clock. The sculptural table clock is a re-edition close to the original. It convinces by sophisticated material processing and sculptural charm. The body of the distinctive table clock is made of walnut. All the Vitra clocks from Georg Nelson are produced with a high class quartz clockwork.
  • Vitra Small Dot Pattern Document Cushion - Cream/Black
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    Vitra Small Dot Pattern Document Cushion - Cream/Black
    Update your home with this Small Dot Pattern Document cushion from Vitra. Designed by Charles & Ray Eames, the pattern was created in 1947 and references to the abstract paintings by Ray Eames from the 1930’s. In complementing cream & black colours, this cushion includes a wonderfully soft goose half down filling and is perfect to layer with the Dot Pattern blanket also available from Vitra. Key features: * Material: 71% cotton, 29% polyester * Dimensions: 40x40cm * Designed by Charles & Ray Eames * Small dot pattern in cream & black * With a goose half down filling * More home accessories available from Vitra
  • Uten.Silo by Dorothee Becker for Vitra
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    Uten.Silo by Dorothee Becker for Vitra
    With its different-sized and shaped containers, its metal hooks and clips, Uten. Silo organizes offices, kitchens, workshops, bathrooms and children's rooms. Vitra Design Museum produces both the original 1969 version of Uten. Silo and a smaller one dating from 1970. Materials: ABS plastic, metal hooks. Dimensions: Large: Height 87cm x Width 67cm. Small: Height 68cm x Width 52cm.
  • Vitra - Greeting Card Flower Bush
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    Vitra - Greeting Card Flower Bush
    A picture is worth a thousand words The patterns by Alexander Girard include images for every event. The carefully designed patterns include a cloverleaf, the sun, a heart, a bouquet and much more suitable symbols for sunny greetings, love messages or a friendly “thank you”. The greeting card Flower Bush is a remaining bouquet. For mother’s day, birthday or simply to say thank you to someone you love. Alexander Girard was one of the most influential people of American post-war design, being an architect, designer and graphic designer. Contrasting the minimalistic work of other designers, Girard’s creations bribe by special playful components. Alexander Girard created more than 300 different graphic designs during his career. The numerous patterns mirror the passion of the designer for nature, urban life and folk arts displaying floral forms and colourful, geometrical patterns. Vitra re-edited some of the most popular graphic designs in the Vitra Home Complements Collection together with the Studio Girard.
  • Vitra - Spindle Clock
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    Vitra - Spindle Clock
    George Nelson already worked for the furniture company Herman Miller from 1946-66 as creative director. At the same time he designed table and wall clocks for the subsidiary Howard Miller Clock Company, catching the lifestyle of the 50s and 60s. Selected designs of that time are also re-edited in the Vitra Home Complements Collection. Spindle Clock 1957 was a very productive year of the designer. He created more than 20 wall clocks in many colours and made of many materials, One of the mdoels of that period is the Spindle Clock. The body of this exciting timer is made of matt brass. The pointers have different colours and shapes. A triangular pointer for the hours in white and pointers for the minutes and seconds in powerful orange make it easy to read the time. The unusual hours-tubes are made of walnut wood and they spread a pleasantly warm atmosphere. The Vitra clocks from Georg Nelson are delivered with a sophisticated quartz clockwork.
  • Vitra Miller Stripe Cushion - Multicoloured
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    Vitra Miller Stripe Cushion - Multicoloured
    Bring vibrant colour to your home with this Miller Stripe cushion from Vitra. Beautifully crafted from a wool and nylon blend, it includes a wonderfully soft goose half down filling and features a multicoloured striped design. Instantly updating any room in your home, it’s perfect to pair with the wide range of home accessories also available from Vitra. Key features: * Material: 92% wool, 8% nylon * Dimensions: 40x40cm * Multicoloured striped design * With a goose half down filling * More home accessories available from Vitra
  • Vitra - Star Clock
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    Vitra - Star Clock
    Vitra Home Complements The American designer George Nelson counts to the embossing people of American Post-War design, together with personalities like Charles and Ray Eames or Alexander Girard. This is a good reason for the re-edition of some of the designs of these influential creatives in the Vitra Home Complements Collection. Thereby all the designs are produced out of the original materials and according to the original designs. Nelson influenced the image of the American furniture producer Herman Miller for many years being the creative director of the company. The designer created his own table and wall clocks for the subsidiary Howard Miller Clock Company at the same time. Wall Clocks by Georg Nelson The clocks by Nelson became more and more playful with the years. Thereby the designer renounced number dials most of the times. Since he was convinced about users concentrating on the position of the pointers, more than on the numbers. That’s the reason why many of Nelson’s wall clocks, like the Star Clock have an exceptional shape, with 12 distinctive dots. The Star wall clock is a star in every home. A shining wall decoration and time displayer with sculptural charm. The spokes and pointers of the clock are made of chrome and brass and the gold and silver tones interplay. The Vitra clocks of Georg Nelson appear with a high class quartz clockwork.
  • Vitra - Wooden Doll Cat / Dog
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    Vitra - Wooden Doll Cat / Dog
    Alexander Girard is considered to be a master of patterns. He is famous for his colourful designs for Herman Miller, and his designs ornament small pieces of furniture, home accessories and textiles today. Since he was a popular interior architect and industrial designer, Girard also started to sketch his own house in Santa Fe, which was when he also created the lovingly made Wooden Dolls. The detailed design objects, which were inspired by the designer’s passion for the international folk arts, found a place in living rooms and children’s rooms all over the world. The growing popularity of the Wooden Doll family grew with the origin of the Vitra Home Complements Collection. The charming wooden figures belong to that collection, looking happy and darksome sometimes, including the Wooden Doll Cat and Dog. Dog and cat were kept in a decent black contrasting the colourful family members. The playful figures are made of three pieces, connected by magnets. That is how the single elements can be turned, exchanged and plugged again. The wooden figures are made out of massive fir wood and hand-painted. They appear with a brochure in a sophisticated printed wooden box. Available in two sizes.
  • Vitra Graphic Print Pillow - Snake by Alexander Girard
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    Vitra Graphic Print Pillow - Snake by Alexander Girard
    The architect and designer Alexander Girard was one of the leading figures in America design during the postwar era. His passion for colours, patterns and textures found expression in the field of textile design. Girard paired motifs from folk art sources with abstract patterns that exude a cheery playfulness thanks to their vivid colours. The Graphic Print Pillows are now bringing a number of these designs to life again: abstract graphics and expressive figurative motifs create striking accents. The soft pillows are a decorative accessory for a diverse range of interior styles. Ink jet printed, washable. Available in black or green. Materials: Filling: duck half down. Fabric: 100% cotton. Dimensions: 40 x 30 x 40cm.
  • Vitra - Graphic Print Pillow - Eyes
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    Vitra - Graphic Print Pillow - Eyes
    Alexander Girard designed more than 300 graphic patterns as manager of the textiles department of Herman Miller. Additionally he also worked as furniture, exhibition and interior designer, influenced by his passion for folk’s arts. Look into my eyes… Vitra selected some of the patterns of the big assortment of Girard’s works for the Home Complements Collection, including the Eyes pattern designed in 1972. You will look into green or blue eyes depending on how the pillow is laying on the sofa. The pillowcases are made of 100% cotton and they were printed with the inkjet procedure, which is the reason why they are very soft and as well washing machine-safe. Relax a while with the cushions, alone or combined with other cushions and fabrics. Available in different colours.
  • Vitra Sunburst Clock - Multicoloured
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    Vitra Sunburst Clock - Multicoloured
    Make a bold statement with this Sunburst Clock from Vitra. Designed by George Nelson, this unique clock is crafted from wood & metal and features a vibrant, multicoloured design. With a high quality quartz movement and rechargeable battery included, this fabulous clock brings contemporary style to your home and makes a wonderful gift idea for any occasion. Please note battery cannot be sent overseas. Key features: * Material: wood, metal * Dimensions: D47cm * Designed by George Nelson * Multicoloured sunburst clock * High quality quartz clock movement * Rechargeable battery included * Please note battery cannot be sent overseas * More home accessories available from Vitra
  • Vitra - Coat Dots
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    Vitra - Coat Dots
    The designer Hella Jongerius is known for the combination of traditional and industrial handicraft. She likes to experiment with newish and traditional materials, shapes and production techniques. The Coat Dots are made of wood and painted with shiny wood lacquer. They can be fixed at walls setting some colourful accents in entrances, children’s rooms, kitchens or bathrooms. The wall hooks are useful for many things, serving as clothes or towel holders. Installed side by side or without any structure, they will look playful and attract attention. The wall hooks are available in three colour groups: Red, green and white, whose single nuances are harmonized. A set includes three spheres and fixing material. They are suitable for self-assembly.
  • Vitra - Graphic Print Pillow - Rectangles/Circle
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    Vitra - Graphic Print Pillow - Rectangles/Circle
    Alexander Girard designed more than 300 graphic patterns as manager of the textiles department of Herman Miller. Vitra re-edited some of the most popular textile designs in the Vitra Home Complements Collection together with the Studio Girard. Numerous patterns mirror Girard’s passion for travelling, nature, urban life and folks arts, displaying floral shapes as well as colourful geometrical patterns. The Graphic Pillows vitalize some of these designs setting powerful accents. Alone or combined with other cushions and fabrics, the pillows of the Vitra Home Complements Collection are suitable for relaxing hours. The pillowcases of the Graphic Print Pillows series are made of 100% cotton and they were printed with the inkjet procedure, which is the reason why they are very soft and still washing machine-safe. Each cushion has a different front and backside: There is a coloured sphere on one side and a square in different colours on the other side. Further motives by Alexander Girard and other designers are available in the Vitra Home Complements Collection.
  • Vitra Eames House Bird
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    Vitra Eames House Bird
    Bring quirky details to your home with this Eames House Bird from Vitra. Inspired by the numerous objects Charles and Ray Eames brought back from their travels, this beautiful decorative bird is based on the original artefact of American folk art that stood proudly in their living room for over fifty years. Sleek and stylish, it’s crafted from solid alder wood with a black lacquer finish & it sits on black steel wire legs. The Eames House Bird is a sophisticated yet playful addition to your home and makes a wonderful gift idea for any occasion. Key features: * Material: solid alder wood, black lacquer finish * Dimensions: H27.5x20.5cm * Beautiful decorative black bird * On black steel wire legs * Based on the original artefact from Ray & Charles Eames home * More home accessories available from Vitra
  • Vitra Environmental Enrichment Panels - Four Leaf Clover by Alexander Girard
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    Vitra Environmental Enrichment Panels - Four Leaf Clover by Alexander Girard
    Beginning in 1971, the architect and designer Alexander Girard developed a series of screen printed graphics on fabric to add a touch of human warmth and emotion to office environments: the Environmental Enrichment Panels. With a multitude of diverse and inspiring motifs, these large wall panels were also frequently used in private interiors. Dimensions: H165 x W120cm.
  • Vitra - Cone Clock
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    Vitra - Cone Clock
    The Vitra Home Complements Collection connects iconic designs of Charles and Ray Eames, Alexander Girard or George Nelson with new designs of younger talents. The collection includes design objects, home accessories and textiles. Timeless companions for special events. One of the re-edited design objects by Vitra is the classic Cone Clock by the designer George Nelson. As a creative director, George Nelson worked for the furniture company Herman Miller for many years. At the same time he designed clocks for the subsidiary Howard Miller Clock Company, which caught the lifestyle of the 50s. Among them was the Cone Clock, whose name comes from the backside pointed cone shape. The minimal design of this and other clocks by George Nelson is based on the personal conviction of the designer, where the focus lays on the pointers, not on the digits, in order to know the time. The Cone Clock is produced according to original designs by Vitra and it is delivered with a sophisticated quartz clockwork.
  • Vitra - Cushion Toostripe
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    Vitra - Cushion Toostripe
    The American designer Alexander Girard designed more than 300 different graphic designs as manager of the textiles department of Herman Miller. The numerous patterns and motives mirror the passion for travelling, nature, urban life and folk arts of the designer and shows floral shapes as well as geometric patterns and colourful figurative details. The [b}Toostripe design from 1965 also mirrors that passion with powerful orange and red tones on it. The colourful Toostripe cushion sets noticeable accents in your living room. Relax a little while with the cushions of the Vitra Home Complements Collection alone or combined with other cushions and textiles. The colourful cover appears filled with feathers in a separate cotton case. This makes it easy to clean the pillowcase without damaging the feathers.
  • Vitra - Graphic Print Pillow - Snake
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    Vitra - Graphic Print Pillow - Snake
    Alexander Girard designed more than 300 graphic patterns as manager of the textiles department of Herman Miller. Vitra re-edited some of the most popular textile designs in the Vitra Home Complements Collection together with the Studio Girard. Numerous patterns mirror Girard’s passion for travelling, nature, urban life and folks arts, displaying floral shapes as well as colourful geometrical patterns. The cushions of the series of the Vitra Complements revitalizes some of these designs, setting powerful accents at the same time. Relax a little while with the cushions of the Vitra Home Complements Collection, with single cushions or a group of them out of different textiles and colours. The pillowcases of the Graphic Print Pillows are made of 100% cotton and they were printed with the inkjet-procedure, therefore remaining very soft and washing machine-safe. The Snake cushion is available in different colours. Find further home textiles made by Alexander Girard and others in the Vitra Home Complements Collection.
  • Vitra Uten Silo Wall Storage - White - Small
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    Vitra Uten Silo Wall Storage - White - Small
    Keep your home organised with this Uten Silo wall storage from Vitra. Crafted from ABS plastic, this crisp white storage unit features containers of different shapes and sizes & is perfect for holding stationary, kitchen equipment & everyday essentials. A welcome addition to your home, it’s effortlessly stylish and makes a fabulous gift idea for any occasion. Key features: * Material: ABS plastic * Dimensions: 68x52cm * Designed by Dorothee Becker * Beautiful white plastic wall storage unit * Stylishly organises your home or office * Features containers of different shapes & sizes * More home accessories available from Vitra
  • Vitra Environmental Enrichment Panels - Black and White by Alexander Girard
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    Vitra Environmental Enrichment Panels - Black and White by Alexander Girard
    Beginning in 1971, the architect and designer Alexander Girard developed a series of screen printed graphics on fabric to add a touch of human warmth and emotion to office environments: the Environmental Enrichment Panels. With a multitude of diverse and inspiring motifs, these large wall panels were also frequently used in private interiors. Dimensions: H147 x W120cm.
  • Vitra Miniatures Collection: Eames® Plywood Elephant
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    Vitra Miniatures Collection: Eames® Plywood Elephant
    Charles and Ray Eames were fascinated by elephants. Many images of these gentle giants are found in Charles' photographic documentations of Indian culture and the circus world. The Eames Plywood Elephant (1945) is among the plywood pieces designed by the Eameses and one of the most difficult to produce. In the early 1940s, they successfully developed an innovative method for molding plywood into three-dimensional shapes, which they used to produce a wide range of furniture and sculptural objects. To render the Elephant, tight angles and compound curves require a sophisticated mastery of plywood technology. It was so complicated that the full-size Plywood Elephant never went into production. Only two prototypes were made, both of which were displayed at the Museum of Modern Art in 1945 and 1946. Today only one known model remains in the possession of the Eames family. Vitra Design Museum has reproduced the Plywood Elephant at a scale of 1:6. True to the original pieces in structure and, the miniatures are precision-crafted, making them a thoughtful gift for a furniture lover or design professional. Each miniature comes handsomely packaged in a wood box with an informational booklet. Made in Poland.
  • Vitra Uten Silo Wall Storage - Red - Small
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    Vitra Uten Silo Wall Storage - Red - Small
    Organise your essentials with this Uten Silo wall storage from Vitra. Bold red in colour, it’s crafted from ABS plastic and includes handy containers of different shapes & sizes. Perfect for storing kitchen equipment, make-up and everyday essentials, it’s a welcome addition to your home and a wonderful gift idea for any occasion. Key features: * Material: ABS plastic * Dimensions: 68x52cm * Designed by Dorothee Becker * Beautiful red plastic wall storage unit * Stylishly organises your home or office * Features containers of different shapes & sizes * More home accessories available from Vitra
  • Vitra Environmental Enrichment Panels - Knot by Alexander Girard
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    Vitra Environmental Enrichment Panels - Knot by Alexander Girard
    Beginning in 1971, the architect and designer Alexander Girard developed a series of screen printed graphics on fabric to add a touch of human warmth and emotion to office environments: the Environmental Enrichment Panels. With a multitude of diverse and inspiring motifs, these large wall panels were also frequently used in private interiors. Dimensions: H193 x W120cm.
  • Vitra Uten Silo Wall Storage - Black - Small
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    Vitra Uten Silo Wall Storage - Black - Small
    Keep your belongings stylishly organised with this Uten Silo wall storage from Vitra. Crafted from solid black ABS plastic, it features an array of containers in different shapes and sizes making it perfect to store your everyday essentials. A fabulous gift idea for any occasion, its simple style makes it perfect to pair with the wide range of contemporary home accessories also available from Vitra. Key features: * Material: ABS plastic * Dimensions: 68x52cm * Designed by Dorothee Becker * Beautiful black plastic wall storage unit * Stylishly organises your home or office * Features containers of different shapes & sizes * More home accessories available from Vitra
  • Vitra Graphic Print Pillow - Love by Alexander Girard
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    Vitra Graphic Print Pillow - Love by Alexander Girard
    The architect and designer Alexander Girard was one of the leading figures in America design during the postwar era. His passion for colours, patterns and textures found expression in the field of textile design. Girard paired motifs from folk art sources with abstract patterns that exude a cheery playfulness thanks to their vivid colours. The Graphic Print Pillows are now bringing a number of these designs to life again: abstract graphics and expressive figurative motifs create striking accents. The soft pillows are a decorative accessory for a diverse range of interior styles. Ink jet printed, washable. Available in Red or pink. Materials: Filling: duck half down. Fabric: 100% cotton. Dimensions: 40 x 30 x 40cm.
  • Vitra Small Dot Pattern Document Cushion - Black/White
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    Vitra Small Dot Pattern Document Cushion - Black/White
    Update your home with this Small Dot Pattern Document cushion from Vitra. Designed by Charles & Ray Eames, the pattern was created in 1947 and references to the abstract paintings by Ray Eames from the 1930’s. In complementing black & white colours, this cushion includes a wonderfully soft goose half down filling and is perfect to layer with the Dot Pattern blanket also available from Vitra. Key features: * Material: 71% cotton, 29% polyester * Dimensions: 40x40cm * Designed by Charles & Ray Eames * Small dot pattern in black & white * With a goose half down filling * More home accessories available from Vitra
  • Vitra Geometric Cushion - Black/White
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    Vitra Geometric Cushion - Black/White
    Bring distinctive style to your home with this Geometric cushion from Vitra. Crafted from a cotton & polyester blend, it includes a wonderfully soft goose half down filling and features a black and white geometric print. A welcome addition to your home, it looks beautiful paired with the wide range of unique home accessories also available from Vitra. Key features: * Material: 77% cotton, 23% polyester * Dimensions: 40x40cm * Black and white geometric print * With a goose half down filling * More home accessories available from Vitra
  • Vitra Night Desk Clock
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    Vitra Night Desk Clock
    Bring chic style to your desk or bedside table with this Night Desk clock from Vitra. Designed by George Nelson, this stunning gold clock sits proudly on three legs and features elegant white detailing on the face. With a high quality quartz movement and 1.5 volt battery included, it adds a touch of luxury to your home or office and makes a fabulous gift idea for any occasion. Please note battery cannot be sent overseas. Key features: * Material: brass, acrylic glass * Dimensions: H15x10.5cm * Designed by George Nelson * Stunning gold desk clock * High quality quartz clock movement * 1.5 volt battery included * Please note battery cannot be sent overseas * More home accessories available from Vitra
  • Vitra - Double Heart Canvas Graphic
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    Vitra - Double Heart Canvas Graphic
    Enthusiastic colours and patterns, abstract and geometric shapes or unique colour constellations: That’s Alexander Girard’s world. The architect and designer belongs to the embossing figures of American Post War design. The focus of his creation was designing textiles, where he developed his love for colours, textures and graphic patterns. His designs, like the Double Heart Canvas Graphic now expand the accessories collection of Vitra. Alexander Girard develops his screen-print panels since 1971. They were made to equip offices, adding emotional components to them, making them more vital: The Environmental Enrichment Panels, which also include the Double Heart Canvas Graphic. Thereby he prefers to work with abstract graphic patterns or with figurative images of known motives like love, comfort, liberty, etc. The wide wall panels with their versatile, inspiring motives are as well suitable to be used in private rooms. The re-edition of the Environmental Enrichment Panels by Vitra doesn’t only include the Double Heart Canvas Graphic, but also motives of different sizes, high class screen-prints on canvas. The Vitra art prints appear on a board with distance frames, they are easily fixed and become individual decoration pieces for homes and working places.
  • Vitra - Hand and Dove Canvas Graphic
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    Vitra - Hand and Dove Canvas Graphic
    Powerful colours and patterns, abstract and geometric shapes or unique colour constellations: That’s Alexander Girard’s world. The architect and designer belongs to the embossing figures of American Post War design. The focus of his creation was designing textiles, where he developed his love for colours, textures and graphic patterns. His designs, like the Hand and Dove Canvas Graphic now expand the accessories collection of Vitra. Alexander Girard develops his screen-print panels since 1971. They were made to equip offices, adding emotional components to them, making them more vital: The Environmental Enrichment Panels, which also include the Hand and Dove Canvas Graphic. Thereby he prefers to work with abstract graphic patterns or with figurative images of known motives like love, comfort, liberty, etc. The wide wall panels with their versatile, inspiring motives are as well suitable to be used in private rooms. The re-edition of the Environmental Enrichment Panels by Vitra doesn’t only include the Hand and Dove Canvas Graphic, but also motives of different sizes, high class screen-prints on canvas. The Vitra art prints appear on a board with distance frames, they are easily fixed and become individual decoration pieces for homes and working places.
  • Vitra Ball Clock - Multi-coloured
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    Vitra Ball Clock - Multi-coloured
    Bring contemporary style to your home with this Ball Clock from Vitra. Crafted from wood & metal, it’s designed by George Nelson and features multicoloured balls in replace of conventional numbers. With a high quality quartz movement and rechargeable battery included, this distinctive clock is a refreshing alternative to classic styles and makes a fabulous addition to any room in your home. Please note battery cannot be sent overseas. Key features: * Material: wood, metal * Dimensions: D33cm * Designed by George Nelson * Multicoloured wooden ball clock * High quality quartz clock movement * Rechargeable battery included * Please note battery cannot be sent overseas * More home accessories available from Vitra
  • Vitra - Black and White Canvas Graphic
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    Vitra - Black and White Canvas Graphic
    Powerful colours and patterns, abstract and geometric shapes or unique colour constellations: That’s Alexander Girard’s world. The architect and designer belongs to the embossing figures of American Post War design. The focus of his creation was designing textiles, where he developed his love for colours, textures and graphic patterns. His designs, like the Black and White Canvas Graphic now expand the accessories collection of Vitra. Alexander Girard develops his screen-print panels since 1971. They were made to equip offices, adding emotional components to them, making them more vital: The Environmental Enrichment Panels, which also include the Black and White Canvas Graphic. Thereby he prefers to work with abstract graphic patterns or with figurative images of known motives like love, comfort, liberty, etc. The wide wall panels with their versatile, inspiring motives are as well suitable to be used in private rooms. The re-edition of the Environmental Enrichment Panels by Vitra doesn’t only include the Black and White Canvas Graphic, but also motives of different sizes, high class screen-prints on canvas. The Vitra art prints appear on a board with distance frames, they are easily fixed and become individual decoration pieces for homes and working places.
  • Vitra Hang It All Wall Hooks - White
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    Vitra Hang It All Wall Hooks - White
    Bring bold colour to your interior with this Hang It All Wall Hook from Vitra. Designed to encourage children to hang up their belongings, it’s cheerful in design with beautifully coloured wooden balls. A fabulous alternative to simple coat hooks; it’s perfect to mount in a child’s bedroom and looks beautiful paired with the wide range of home accessories also available from Vitra. Key features: * Material: wooden balls * Dimensions: 50.5cm * Designed by Charles & Ray Eames * Beautiful wall hook with coloured wooden balls * A cheerful alternative to simple coat hooks * Designed to encourage children to hang up their coats * More home accessories available from Vitra
  • Vitra - Four Leaf Clover Canvas Graphic
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    Vitra - Four Leaf Clover Canvas Graphic
    Powerful colours and patterns, abstract and geometric shapes or unique colour constellations: That’s Alexander Girard’s world. The architect and designer belongs to the embossing figures of American Post War design. The focus of his creation was designing textiles, where he developed his love for colours, textures and graphic patterns. His designs, like the Four Leaf Clover Canvas Graphic now expand the accessories collection of Vitra. Alexander Girard develops his screen-print panels since 1971. They were made to equip offices, adding emotional components to them, making them more vital: The Environmental Enrichment Panels, which also include the Four Leaf Clover Canvas Graphic. Thereby he prefers to work with abstract graphic patterns or with figurative images of known motives like love, comfort, liberty, etc. The wide wall panels with their versatile, inspiring motives are as well suitable to be used in private rooms. The re-edition of the Environmental Enrichment Panels by Vitra doesn’t only include the Four Leaf Clover Canvas Graphic, but also motives of different sizes, high class screen-prints on canvas. The Vitra art prints appear on a board with distance frames, they are easily fixed and become individual decoration pieces for homes and working places.
  • Vitra - Stars Canvas Graphic
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    Vitra - Stars Canvas Graphic
    Powerful colours and patterns, abstract and geometric shapes or unique colour constellations: That’s Alexander Girard’s world. The architect and designer belongs to the embossing figures of American Post War design. The focus of his creation was designing textiles, where he developed his love for colours, textures and graphic patterns. His designs, like the Stars Canvas Graphic now expand the accessories collection of Vitra. Alexander Girard develops his screen-print panels since 1971. They were made to equip offices, adding emotional components to them, making them more vital: The Environmental Enrichment Panels, which also include the Stars Canvas Graphic. Thereby he prefers to work with abstract graphic patterns or with figurative images of known motives like love, comfort, liberty, etc. The wide wall panels with their versatile, inspiring motives are as well suitable to be used in private rooms. The re-edition of the Environmental Enrichment Panels by Vitra doesn’t only include the Stars Canvas Graphic, but also motives of different sizes, high class screen-prints on canvas. The Vitra art prints appear on a board with distance frames, they are easily fixed and become individual decoration pieces for homes and working places.
  • Vitra Hang It All Wall Hooks - Multi-coloured
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    Vitra Hang It All Wall Hooks - Multi-coloured
    Bring bold colour to your interior with this Hang It All Wall Hook from Vitra. Designed to encourage children to hang up their belongings, it’s cheerful in design with brightly coloured wooden balls. A fabulous alternative to simple coat hooks; it’s perfect to mount in a child’s bedroom and looks beautiful paired with the wide range of home accessories also available from Vitra. Key features: * Material: wooden balls * Dimensions: 50.5cm * Designed by Charles & Ray Eames * Beautiful wall hook with brightly coloured wooden balls * A cheerful alternative to simple coat hooks * Designed to encourage children to hang up their coats * More home accessories available from Vitra
  • Vitra - Geometry Canvas Graphic
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    Vitra - Geometry Canvas Graphic
    Enthusiastic colours and patterns, abstract and geometric shapes or unique colour constellations: That’s Alexander Girard’s world. The architect and designer belongs to the embossing figures of American Post War design. The focus of his creation was designing textiles, where he developed his love for colours, textures and graphic patterns. His designs, like the Geometry Canvas Graphic now expand the accessories collection of Vitra. Alexander Girard develops his screen-print panels since 1971. They were made to equip offices, adding emotional components to them, making them more vital: The Environmental Enrichment Panels, which also include the Geometry Canvas Graphic. Thereby he prefers to work with abstract graphic patterns or with figurative images of known motives like love, comfort, liberty, etc. The wide wall panels with their versatile, inspiring motives are as well suitable to be used in private rooms. The re-edition of the Environmental Enrichment Panels by Vitra doesn’t only include the Geometry Canvas Graphic, but also motives of different sizes, high class screen-prints on canvas. The Vitra art prints appear on a board with distance frames, they are easily fixed and become individual decoration pieces for homes and working places.
  • Vitra Hang it All Green by Charles and Ray Eames
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    Vitra Hang it All Green by Charles and Ray Eames
    In celebration of what would have been Ray Eames's 100th Birthday in December 2012 Vitra have launched the Hang it All in new colours. Instead of simple hooks, the brightly coloured wooden balls of Hang it all encourage you to hang up literally everything. Thanks to the regular distance between the balls, the wardrobes can be mounted next to each other as often as you like. A cheerful addition to any room. D esigned in 1953 by Charles and Ray Eames, authentically manufactured by Vitra. Dimensions: Height 37cm x Width 51cm x Depth 17cm.
  • Vitra Hang It All Wall Hooks - Green
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    Vitra Hang It All Wall Hooks - Green
    Bring bold colour to your interior with this Hang It All Wall Hook from Vitra. Designed to encourage children to hang up their belongings, it’s cheerful in design with brightly coloured green wooden balls. A fabulous alternative to simple coat hooks; it’s perfect to mount in a child’s bedroom and looks beautiful paired with the wide range of home accessories also available from Vitra. Key features: * Material: wooden balls * Dimensions: 50.5cm * Designed by Charles & Ray Eames * Beautiful wall hook with brightly coloured wooden balls * A cheerful alternative to simple coat hooks * Designed to encourage children to hang up their coats * More home accessories available from Vitra
  • Vitra - Algues
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    Vitra - Algues
    Algues are interior design components and decorative elements at the same time. Plant-like plastic elements, filigree, flexible, but also really strong. It appears to be a simple decoration element with a strange character on the first sight. The plastic elements can be linked together to form web-like textures - from light curtains to opaque, thick room dividers. Algue appeals to the own creativity of the users, and offers room for individual solutions - even though it is a standardized and industrial-made module. The transparent Algue enables you to work with an almost invisible room divider, and also to play with lightening effects. 25 Algues are needed for 1 m² of weightless network structure are. If the structure should become thicker, we suggest to add the available accessory-connectors. More details: Design: Ronan & ErwanBouroullec , 2004. Material: Injection-moulded plastic. Fire regulations: DIN 4102-1, B2 and B. Measurements: H 320 x B 257 x L 40 mm.
  • Vitra - Asterisk Clock
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    Vitra - Asterisk Clock
    With the diversity of materials used and their sculptural shapes, George Nelson’s clocks embody the joie de vivre of the 1950s. To this day, his wall clocks remain a refreshing alternative to the usual timekeepers. The Vitra Design Museum presents a re-edition of the designs so cherished by collectors in true to the original form. The traditional wall clock has a relaxing effect on the viewer and ensures conversations – possibly because of the materials, since wood and metal aren’t exceptionally new products but what counts is what George Nelson made out of them. The sophisticated quartz clockwork with the included 1.5 V battery is moreover a guarantee for a long life with a reliable time display.
  • Vitra Compas Direction by Jean Prouve
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    Vitra Compas Direction by Jean Prouve
    Jean Prouvé developed the Compas table in various models around 1950, applying the construction principles that he is known for. All share elegantly splayed, narrow legs in metal, a formal reminder of a compass – in French, “le compas”. The new Compas desk has oiled solid wood table tops. With its compact dimensions, the table is ideal for the contemporary, largely paperless, home office, where it cuts a fine figure. Materials: Table top: Solid wood, oiled natural oak, oiled smoked oak or oiled american walnut. Base: Moulded sheet steel, smooth powder-coating. Dimensions: L125cm x W60cm x H73cm.
  • Vitra - Uten.Silo
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    Vitra - Uten.Silo
    The practical tidiness-helper at office-walls was designed by the German designer Dorothee Becker in the year 1969. It stores everything that uses to lie around more stylish; still acting unobtrusively. With containers of different sizes and shapes, with melamine hooks and clips, the Uten.Silo assorts objects in offices, kitchens, workshops, bathrooms and children-rooms. The Vitra Design Museum manufactures the Uten.Silo in both: The original edition of 1969 as well as the smaller one, from 1970. Uten.Silo, out of the Vitra Design Museum collection is made out of ABS-plastic and it contains metal hooks.
  • Vitra Wooden Dolls by Alexander Girard
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    Vitra Wooden Dolls by Alexander Girard
    Alongside Charles and Ray Eames as well as George Nelson, Alexander Girard was one of the decisive figures in post-War American design. The focus of his broad oeuvre was on textile design, and a key source of inspiration for him was his passion for the popular art of South America, Asia and East Europe. The Wooden Dolls, which Girard created for his own home in Santa Fe and made himself, are likewise inspired by his own extensive collection of works of popular art. Half decorative element, half toy, the Wooden Dolls were originally intended only for personal use. Based on originals found in the Girard Estate held by the Vitra Design Museum, the partly joyful, partly grim-looking company of dolls is now coming out as a charming enhancement to any interior. Materials: Solid pinewood, hand painted. Delivered with a brochure in a high-quality printed wooden box. Dimensions: Various (up to 30cm tall, 8cm wide, 5cm depth)
  • Vitra - Ball Clock
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    Vitra - Ball Clock
    With the diversity of materials used and their sculptural shapes, George Nelson’s clocks embody the joie de vivre of the 1950s. To this day, his wall clocks remain a refreshing alternative to the usual timekeepers. The Vitra Design Museum presents a re-edition of the designs so cherished by collectors in true to the original form. George Nelson designed his Ball Clock in the year 1948 for Vitra. With its high-quality quartz-clockwork, the clock isn't only pretty regarding its appearance, but also extremely rare in its quality.
  • Asterisk Wall Clock by George Nelson for Vitra
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    Asterisk Wall Clock by George Nelson for Vitra
    With the diversity of materials used and their sculptural shapes, George Nelson’s clocks embody the joie de vivre of the 1950s. To this day, his clocks remain a refreshing alternative to the usual time - keepers. Dimensions: D250cm
  • Vitra - Graphic Print Pillow - Dove
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    Vitra - Graphic Print Pillow - Dove
    Alexander Girard was a versatile skilled architect and designer for furniture and textiles, interior design, graphic design, exposition design and industrial design. The graphic cushions by Vitra represent the versatility and the graphic skills of the American designer. Happy colours and patterns, abstract and geometrical shapes or unique colour constellations: That’s the world of Alexander Girard. The architect and designer counts to the most embossing representatives of American post war design. The focus of his work was textile design, where he expressed his love for colours, textures and graphical patterns. His designs, such as the graphic cushion Dove, now expand the accessories collection from Vitra. Girard unified motives of traditional arts with abstract patterns in his works. Even his simplest graphical patterns reached high differentiation because of their clear colours and many of his patterns and figures express delighted playfulness. The graphic print pillows vitalize some of these designs: Abstract graphical or expressive figurative patterns make up powerful accents. Vitra produces the Dove pillowcase of 100% cotton and the filling is made of ducks-half-down. This is how the soft Vitra graphic cushion serves as decorative accessory for the most different furnishing styles.
  • Vitra - Alexander Girard Love Pillow
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    Vitra - Alexander Girard Love Pillow
    As textiles designer, architect, interior designer and collector, Alexander Girard developed materials and patterns that conform with the most innovative furniture of his time in the textiles department of Herman Miller in a leading position from 1952 to 1975. At that time also the design of the Love Cushion emerged which is produced by the manufacturer Maximo after the original creation from Alexander Girard today. The Love Pillow consists of 100% cotton and appears with a huge, red heart and a Love-writing in its middle. Furthermore, at the lower border there is a writing with the signature of Alexander Girard. Alexander Girard counts to the most embossing figures of the American design of the post-war-period together with George Nelson as well as Charles and Ray Eames. The designs from Girard are still distributed by manufacturers like Maximo, Herman Miller, Vitra and other producers. They haven’t lost any of their actuality until today.
  • Corniches by Ronan + Erwan Bouroullec for Vitra
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    Corniches by Ronan + Erwan Bouroullec for Vitra
    Corniches arose from the need for small storage spaces to spontaneously keep items. “The same way that we hang our belongings on a rock jutting from a cliff before diving into the sea, we need small, informal storage in everyday life too”, explains Ronan Bouroullec. And this is the reason that Corniches are neither regular shelves nor simple horizontal surfaces, but rather individual, isolated protrusions in the environments that we create. Whether as a key rack beside the front door, a spot to put everything we need to have at our fingertips in the bathroom, as a pedestal for a small collection of objects or as a large installation, Corniches are a new way to use the wall in the living space. Available in 3 sizes and 6 colours - white, black, Japanese red, dark grey, khaki and orange. A new iphone app allows you to see Corniches arranged on your own wall before you buy: Get the App here Materials: Shell: ASA plastic, high gloss surface Wall bracket: polyamide. Dimensions: Small: W 21cm x d 14.4 cm x h14.4cm. Medium: W 35.2 cm x d 14.8 cm x h14.8 cm. Large: W 45.5 cm x d 21.8 cmx x h 21.9 cm.
  • Vitra - Graphic Print Pillow - Hand
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    Vitra - Graphic Print Pillow - Hand
    Alexander Girard was a versatile skilled architect and designer for furniture and textiles, interior design, graphic design, exposition design and industrial design. The graphic cushions by Vitra represent the versatility and the graphic skills of the American designer. Happy colours and patterns, abstract and geometrical shapes or unique colour constellations: That’s the world of Alexander Girard. The architect and designer counts to the most embossing representatives of American post war design. The focus of his work was textile design, where he expressed his love for colours, textures and graphical patterns. His designs, such as the graphic cushion Hand, now expand the accessories collection from Vitra. Girard unified motives of traditional arts with abstract patterns in his works. Even his simplest graphical patterns reached high differentiation because of their clear colours and many of his patterns and figures express delighted playfulness. The graphic print pillows vitalize some of these designs: Abstract graphical or expressive figurative patterns make up powerful accents. Vitra produces the Hand pillowcase of 100% cotton and the filling is made of ducks-half-down. This is how the soft Vitra graphic cushion serves as decorative accessory for the most different furnishing styles.
  • Vitra - Graphic Print Pillow - Couple
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    Vitra - Graphic Print Pillow - Couple
    Alexander Girard was a versatile skilled architect and designer for furniture and textiles, interior design, graphic design, exposition design and industrial design. The graphic cushions by Vitra represent the versatility and the graphic skills of the American designer. Happy colours and patterns, abstract and geometrical shapes or unique colour constellations: That’s the world of Alexander Girard. The architect and designer counts to the most embossing representatives of American post war design. The focus of his work was textile design, where he expressed his love for colours, textures and graphical patterns. His designs, such as the graphic cushion Couple, now expand the accessories collection from Vitra. Girard unified motives of traditional arts with abstract patterns in his works. Even his simplest graphical patterns reached high differentiation because of their clear colours and many of his patterns and figures express delighted playfulness. The graphic print pillows vitalize some of these designs: Abstract graphical or expressive figurative patterns make up powerful accents. Vitra produces the Couple pillowcase of 100% cotton and the filling is made of ducks-half-down. This is how the soft Vitra graphic cushion serves as decorative accessory for the most different furnishing styles.
  • Vitra - Alexander Girard Love Pillow
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    Vitra - Alexander Girard Love Pillow
    As textiles designer, architect, interior designer and collector, Alexander Girard developed materials and patterns that conform with the most innovative furniture of his time in the textiles department of Herman Miller in a leading position from 1952 to 1975. At that time also the design of the Love Cushion emerged which is produced by the manufacturer Maximo after the original creation from Alexander Girard today. The Love Pillow consists of 100% cotton and appears with a huge, red heart and a Love-writing in its middle. Furthermore, at the lower border there is a writing with the signature of Alexander Girard. Alexander Girard counts to the most embossing figures of the American design of the post-war-period together with George Nelson as well as Charles and Ray Eames. The designs from Girard are still distributed by manufacturers like Maximo, Herman Miller, Vitra and other producers. They haven’t lost any of their actuality until today.
  • Vitra Folding Screen by Charles and Ray Eames
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    Vitra Folding Screen by Charles and Ray Eames
    Designed by Charles and Ray Eames in 1946, authentically manufactured by Vitra. The screen is at once a practical room-divider and an impressive sculptural object. Segments of moulded plywood are joined together using textile tape, ensuring mobility and creating the screen's gentle wavy lines. It can be placed in various positions and folded flat for storage purposes. Materials: Plywood with natural ash face veneer. Dimensions: Height 1720mm x Width 1350mm.
  • Vitra - Graphic Print Pillow - Maze
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    Vitra - Graphic Print Pillow - Maze
    Alexander Girard was a versatile skilled architect and designer for furniture and textiles, interior design, graphic design, exposition design and industrial design. The graphic cushions by Vitra represent the versatility and the graphic skills of the American designer. Happy colours and patterns, abstract and geometrical shapes or unique colour constellations: That’s the world of Alexander Girard. The architect and designer counts to the most embossing representatives of American post war design. The focus of his work was textile design, where he expressed his love for colours, textures and graphical patterns. His designs, such as the graphic cushion Maze, now expand the accessories collection from Vitra. Girard unified motives of traditional arts with abstract patterns in his works. Even his simplest graphical patterns reached high differentiation because of their clear colours and many of his patterns and figures express delighted playfulness. The graphic print pillows vitalize some of these designs: Abstract graphical or expressive figurative patterns make up powerful accents. Vitra produces the Maze pillowcase of 100% cotton and the filling is made of ducks-half-down. This is how the soft Vitra graphic cushion serves as decorative accessory for the most different furnishing styles.
  • Vitra Hang it All by Charles and Ray Eames
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    Vitra Hang it All by Charles and Ray Eames
    Hanging solution designed in 1953 by Charles and Ray Eames, authentically manufactured by Vitra. Instead of simple hooks, the brightly coloured wooden balls of Hang it all encourage you to hang up literally everything. Thanks to the regular distance between the balls, the wardrobes can be mounted next to each other as often as you like. A cheerful addition to any room. Dimensions: Height 37cm x Width 51cm x Depth 17cm.
  • Vitra Hocker by Herzog & de Meuron
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    Vitra Hocker by Herzog & de Meuron
    Designed by Herzog & de Meuron in 2005, authentically manufactured by Vitra. With its intuitive and equally self-evident shape "Hocker" represents fundamental aspects of the conceptual style of work of Herzog & de Meuron. It forms part of a series of additional objects and installations that accompany the architectural design work of the Basle architects as independent projects. Available in varnished white or dark brown. Materials: Solid birch, varnished or impregnated. Dimensions: H421 x W395 x D229mm.
  • Eames Housebird by Vitra
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    Eames Housebird by Vitra
    Charles and Ray Eames enhanced the collage in Eames House to include countless objects they brought back with them from their travels. For over 50 years the figure of a black wooden bird stood on the floor at the heart of their living room - evidently a piece of American folk art they especially appreciated and which they frequently used as an accessory in their photos. Materials: Black lacquered solid alder, legs black steel. Dimensions: L276 x W85 x H278mm.
  • Vitra - Sunflower Clock
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    Vitra - Sunflower Clock
    With the diversity of materials used and their sculptural shapes, George Nelson’s clocks embody the joie de vivre of the 1950s. To this day, his wall clocks remain a refreshing alternative to the usual timekeepers. The Vitra Design Museum presents a re-edition of the designs so cherished by collectors in true to the original form of 1958. Vitra Design Museum Collection.
  • Vitra - Folding Screen
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    Vitra - Folding Screen
    The screen is at once a practical room-divider and an impressive sculptural object, which was designed in 1946 by Charles and Ray Eames.Segments of moulded plywood are joined together using textile tape, ensuring mobility and creating the screen's gentle wavy lines. It can be placed in various positions and folded flat for storage purposes. A practical, and mobile room-devider for a lot of different areas. More details: Design: Charles & Ray Eames, 1946. Material: Plywood with natural ash face veneer. Availability: Sets of 6 or 8 pieces. Measurements: L 1350 mm (6 piece set), 1850mm (8 piece set); H 1720mm.
  • Vitra - Sunburst Clock
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    Vitra - Sunburst Clock
    With the diversity of materials used and their sculptural shapes, George Nelson’s clocks embody the joie de vivre of the 1950s. To this day, his wall clocks remain a refreshing alternative to the usual timekeepers. The Vitra Design Museum presents a re-edition of the designs so cherished by collectors in true to the original form. Vitra Design Museum Collection.
  • Vitra - Wooden Dolls
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    Vitra - Wooden Dolls
    Half decorative element, half toy, this wooden dolls initially emerged for the own usage of the designer Alexander Girard. After the originals of his heritage, the times happy and times grimly collection is re-edited as enrichment for every furnishing. The Wooden Dolls were initially designed by Alexander Girard for his house in Santa Fe, they are self made. Inspiration for the small figures was found by the designer in his own extensive folk-art collection. In cooperation with Charles and Ray Eames as well as George Nelson, Alecander Girard counts to the embossing figures of the American design of the post-war-period. The focus of his wude product range was the textile design, whereas the intense work with South American, Asian and East European folk-art was a huge inspiration source. The Wooden Dolls consist of massive fir wood and they are hand coloured. The delivery occurs in a printed wooden boy, with the brochure. The Wooden Dolls with the numbers 13 – 16 are also available.
  • Vitra - Algues
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    Vitra - Algues
    Algues are interior design components and decorative elements at the same time. Plant-like plastic elements, filigree, flexible, but also really strong. It appears to be a simple decoration element with a strange character on the first sight. The plastic elements can be linked together to form web-like textures - from light curtains to opaque, thick room dividers. Algue appeals to the own creativity of the users, and offers room for individual solutions - even though it is a standardized and industrial-made module. The transparent Algue enables you to work with an almost invisible room divider, and also to play with lightening effects. 25 Algues are needed for 1 m² of weightless network structure are. If the structure should become thicker, we suggest to add the available accessory-connectors. More details: Design: Ronan & ErwanBouroullec , 2004. Material: Injection-moulded plastic. Fire regulations: DIN 4102-1, B2 and B. Measurements: H 320 x B 257 x L 40 mm.
  • Vitra - Wooden Dolls
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    Vitra - Wooden Dolls
    Half decorative element, half toy, this wooden dolls initially emerged for the own usage of the designer Alexander Girard. After the originals of his heritage, the times happy and times grimly collection is re-edited as enrichment for every furnishing. The Wooden Dolls were initially designed by Alexander Girard for his house in Santa Fe, they are self made. Inspiration for the small figures was found by the designer in his own extensive folk-art collection. In cooperation with Charles and Ray Eames as well as George Nelson, Alecander Girard counts to the embossing figures of the American design of the post-war-period. The focus of his wude product range was the textile design, whereas the intense work with South American, Asian and East European folk-art was a huge inspiration source. The Wooden Dolls consist of massive fir wood and they are hand coloured. The delivery occurs in a printed wooden boy, with the brochure. The Wooden Dolls with the numbers 13 – 16 are also available.
  • Vitra - Wooden Dolls
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    Vitra - Wooden Dolls
    Half decorative element, half toy, this wooden dolls initially emerged for the own usage of the designer Alexander Girard. After the originals of his heritage, the times happy and times grimly collection is re-edited as enrichment for every furnishing. The Wooden Dolls were initially designed by Alexander Girard for his house in Santa Fe, they are self made. Inspiration for the small figures was found by the designer in his own extensive folk-art collection. In cooperation with Charles and Ray Eames as well as George Nelson, Alecander Girard counts to the embossing figures of the American design of the post-war-period. The focus of his wude product range was the textile design, whereas the intense work with South American, Asian and East European folk-art was a huge inspiration source. The Wooden Dolls consist of massive fir wood and they are hand coloured. The delivery occurs in a printed wooden boy, with the brochure. The Wooden Dolls with the numbers 13 – 16 are also available.
  • Vitra - Wooden Dolls
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    Vitra - Wooden Dolls
    Half decorative element, half toy, this wooden dolls initially emerged for the own usage of the designer Alexander Girard. After the originals of his heritage, the times happy and times grimly collection is re-edited as enrichment for every furnishing. The Wooden Dolls were initially designed by Alexander Girard for his house in Santa Fe, they are self made. Inspiration for the small figures was found by the designer in his own extensive folk-art collection. In cooperation with Charles and Ray Eames as well as George Nelson, Alecander Girard counts to the embossing figures of the American design of the post-war-period. The focus of his wude product range was the textile design, whereas the intense work with South American, Asian and East European folk-art was a huge inspiration source. The Wooden Dolls consist of massive fir wood and they are hand coloured. The delivery occurs in a printed wooden boy, with the brochure. The Wooden Dolls with the numbers 13 – 16 are also available.
  • Vitra - Wooden Dolls
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    Vitra - Wooden Dolls
    Half decorative element, half toy, this wooden dolls initially emerged for the own usage of the designer Alexander Girard. After the originals of his heritage, the times happy and times grimly collection is re-edited as enrichment for every furnishing. The Wooden Dolls were initially designed by Alexander Girard for his house in Santa Fe, they are self made. Inspiration for the small figures was found by the designer in his own extensive folk-art collection. In cooperation with Charles and Ray Eames as well as George Nelson, Alecander Girard counts to the embossing figures of the American design of the post-war-period. The focus of his wude product range was the textile design, whereas the intense work with South American, Asian and East European folk-art was a huge inspiration source. The Wooden Dolls consist of massive fir wood and they are hand coloured. The delivery occurs in a printed wooden boy, with the brochure. The Wooden Dolls with the numbers 13 – 16 are also available.
  • Vitra - Wooden Dolls
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    Vitra - Wooden Dolls
    Half decorative element, half toy, this wooden dolls initially emerged for the own usage of the designer Alexander Girard. After the originals of his heritage, the times happy and times grimly collection is re-edited as enrichment for every furnishing. The Wooden Dolls were initially designed by Alexander Girard for his house in Santa Fe, they are self made. Inspiration for the small figures was found by the designer in his own extensive folk-art collection. In cooperation with Charles and Ray Eames as well as George Nelson, Alecander Girard counts to the embossing figures of the American design of the post-war-period. The focus of his wude product range was the textile design, whereas the intense work with South American, Asian and East European folk-art was a huge inspiration source. The Wooden Dolls consist of massive fir wood and they are hand coloured. The delivery occurs in a printed wooden boy, with the brochure. The Wooden Dolls with the numbers 13 – 16 are also available.
  • Vitra - Wooden Dolls
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    Vitra - Wooden Dolls
    Half decorative element, half toy, this wooden dolls initially emerged for the own usage of the designer Alexander Girard. After the originals of his heritage, the times happy and times grimly collection is re-edited as enrichment for every furnishing. The Wooden Dolls were initially designed by Alexander Girard for his house in Santa Fe, they are self made. Inspiration for the small figures was found by the designer in his own extensive folk-art collection. In cooperation with Charles and Ray Eames as well as George Nelson, Alecander Girard counts to the embossing figures of the American design of the post-war-period. The focus of his wude product range was the textile design, whereas the intense work with South American, Asian and East European folk-art was a huge inspiration source. The Wooden Dolls consist of massive fir wood and they are hand coloured. The delivery occurs in a printed wooden boy, with the brochure. The Wooden Dolls with the numbers 13 – 16 are also available.
  • Vitra - Wooden Dolls
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    Vitra - Wooden Dolls
    Half decorative element, half toy, this wooden dolls initially emerged for the own usage of the designer Alexander Girard. After the originals of his heritage, the times happy and times grimly collection is re-edited as enrichment for every furnishing. The Wooden Dolls were initially designed by Alexander Girard for his house in Santa Fe, they are self made. Inspiration for the small figures was found by the designer in his own extensive folk-art collection. In cooperation with Charles and Ray Eames as well as George Nelson, Alecander Girard counts to the embossing figures of the American design of the post-war-period. The focus of his wude product range was the textile design, whereas the intense work with South American, Asian and East European folk-art was a huge inspiration source. The Wooden Dolls consist of massive fir wood and they are hand coloured. The delivery occurs in a printed wooden boy, with the brochure. The Wooden Dolls with the numbers 13 – 16 are also available.
  • Vitra - Wooden Dolls
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    Vitra - Wooden Dolls
    Half decorative element, half toy, this wooden dolls initially emerged for the own usage of the designer Alexander Girard. After the originals of his heritage, the times happy and times grimly collection is re-edited as enrichment for every furnishing. The Wooden Dolls were initially designed by Alexander Girard for his house in Santa Fe, they are self made. Inspiration for the small figures was found by the designer in his own extensive folk-art collection. In cooperation with Charles and Ray Eames as well as George Nelson, Alecander Girard counts to the embossing figures of the American design of the post-war-period. The focus of his wude product range was the textile design, whereas the intense work with South American, Asian and East European folk-art was a huge inspiration source. The Wooden Dolls consist of massive fir wood and they are hand coloured. The delivery occurs in a printed wooden boy, with the brochure. The Wooden Dolls with the numbers 13 – 16 are also available.
  • Vitra - Wooden Dolls
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    Vitra - Wooden Dolls
    Half decorative element, half toy, this wooden dolls initially emerged for the own usage of the designer Alexander Girard. After the originals of his heritage, the times happy and times grimly collection is re-edited as enrichment for every furnishing. The Wooden Dolls were initially designed by Alexander Girard for his house in Santa Fe, they are self made. Inspiration for the small figures was found by the designer in his own extensive folk-art collection. In cooperation with Charles and Ray Eames as well as George Nelson, Alecander Girard counts to the embossing figures of the American design of the post-war-period. The focus of his wude product range was the textile design, whereas the intense work with South American, Asian and East European folk-art was a huge inspiration source. The Wooden Dolls consist of massive fir wood and they are hand coloured. The delivery occurs in a printed wooden boy, with the brochure. The Wooden Dolls with the numbers 13 – 16 are also available.
  • Vitra - Wooden Dolls
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    Vitra - Wooden Dolls
    Half decorative element, half toy, this wooden dolls initially emerged for the own usage of the designer Alexander Girard. After the originals of his heritage, the times happy and times grimly collection is re-edited as enrichment for every furnishing. The Wooden Dolls were initially designed by Alexander Girard for his house in Santa Fe, they are self made. Inspiration for the small figures was found by the designer in his own extensive folk-art collection. In cooperation with Charles and Ray Eames as well as George Nelson, Alecander Girard counts to the embossing figures of the American design of the post-war-period. The focus of his wude product range was the textile design, whereas the intense work with South American, Asian and East European folk-art was a huge inspiration source. The Wooden Dolls consist of massive fir wood and they are hand coloured. The delivery occurs in a printed wooden boy, with the brochure. The Wooden Dolls with the numbers 13 – 16 are also available.
  • Vitra - Wooden Dolls
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    Vitra - Wooden Dolls
    Half decorative element, half toy, this wooden dolls initially emerged for the own usage of the designer Alexander Girard. After the originals of his heritage, the times happy and times grimly collection is re-edited as enrichment for every furnishing. The Wooden Dolls were initially designed by Alexander Girard for his house in Santa Fe, they are self made. Inspiration for the small figures was found by the designer in his own extensive folk-art collection. In cooperation with Charles and Ray Eames as well as George Nelson, Alecander Girard counts to the embossing figures of the American design of the post-war-period. The focus of his wude product range was the textile design, whereas the intense work with South American, Asian and East European folk-art was a huge inspiration source. The Wooden Dolls consist of massive fir wood and they are hand coloured. The delivery occurs in a printed wooden boy, with the brochure. The Wooden Dolls with the numbers 13 – 16 are also available.
  • Vitra - Wooden Dolls
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    Vitra - Wooden Dolls
    Half decorative element, half toy, this wooden dolls initially emerged for the own usage of the designer Alexander Girard. After the originals of his heritage, the times happy and times grimly collection is re-edited as enrichment for every furnishing. The Wooden Dolls were initially designed by Alexander Girard for his house in Santa Fe, they are self made. Inspiration for the small figures was found by the designer in his own extensive folk-art collection. In cooperation with Charles and Ray Eames as well as George Nelson, Alecander Girard counts to the embossing figures of the American design of the post-war-period. The focus of his wude product range was the textile design, whereas the intense work with South American, Asian and East European folk-art was a huge inspiration source. The Wooden Dolls consist of massive fir wood and they are hand coloured. The delivery occurs in a printed wooden boy, with the brochure. The Wooden Dolls with the numbers 13 – 16 are also available.
  • Vitra - Wooden Dolls
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    Vitra - Wooden Dolls
    Half decorative element, half toy, this wooden dolls initially emerged for the own usage of the designer Alexander Girard. After the originals of his heritage, the times happy and times grimly collection is re-edited as enrichment for every furnishing. The Wooden Dolls were initially designed by Alexander Girard for his house in Santa Fe, they are self made. Inspiration for the small figures was found by the designer in his own extensive folk-art collection. In cooperation with Charles and Ray Eames as well as George Nelson, Alecander Girard counts to the embossing figures of the American design of the post-war-period. The focus of his wude product range was the textile design, whereas the intense work with South American, Asian and East European folk-art was a huge inspiration source. The Wooden Dolls consist of massive fir wood and they are hand coloured. The delivery occurs in a printed wooden boy, with the brochure. The Wooden Dolls with the numbers 13 – 16 are also available.
  • Vitra - Elephant Pad
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    Vitra - Elephant Pad
    Inspired by the Eames Elephant, Hella Jongerius designed the Elephant Mousepad for Vitra. The practical companion at the PC shows the famous Elephant from Charles & Ray Eames and it consists of two leather layers. The pad enables safe navigation at the computer monitor. The production and the material are Vitra-typical quality and the design of the Elephant Mousepad unimpeachable. The Mousepad shows the famous Plywood Elephant of Charles & Ray Eames out of the year 1945. With its distinctive forms it is not only one of the most famous objects of the design married couple, but also a recognized design classic. Initially the Elephant Mousepad was exclusively available in the shop of the Vitra museum where it soon became a top seller. Because of the high success, Vitra took the pad into its regular assortment.
  • Vitra - Wooden Dolls
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    Vitra - Wooden Dolls
    Half decorative element, half toy, this wooden dolls initially emerged for the own usage of the designer Alexander Girard. After the originals of his heritage, the times happy and times grimly collection is re-edited as enrichment for every furnishing. The Wooden Dolls were initially designed by Alexander Girard for his house in Santa Fe, they are self made. Inspiration for the small figures was found by the designer in his own extensive folk-art collection. In cooperation with Charles and Ray Eames as well as George Nelson, Alecander Girard counts to the embossing figures of the American design of the post-war-period. The focus of his wude product range was the textile design, whereas the intense work with South American, Asian and East European folk-art was a huge inspiration source. The Wooden Dolls consist of massive fir wood and they are hand coloured. The delivery occurs in a printed wooden boy, with the brochure. The Wooden Dolls with the numbers 13 – 16 are also available.
  • Vitra - Wooden Dolls
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    Vitra - Wooden Dolls
    Half decorative element, half toy, this wooden dolls initially emerged for the own usage of the designer Alexander Girard. After the originals of his heritage, the times happy and times grimly collection is re-edited as enrichment for every furnishing. The Wooden Dolls were initially designed by Alexander Girard for his house in Santa Fe, they are self made. Inspiration for the small figures was found by the designer in his own extensive folk-art collection. In cooperation with Charles and Ray Eames as well as George Nelson, Alecander Girard counts to the embossing figures of the American design of the post-war-period. The focus of his wude product range was the textile design, whereas the intense work with South American, Asian and East European folk-art was a huge inspiration source. The Wooden Dolls consist of massive fir wood and they are hand coloured. The delivery occurs in a printed wooden boy, with the brochure. The Wooden Dolls with the numbers 13 – 16 are also available.
  • Vitra - Wooden Dolls
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    Vitra - Wooden Dolls
    Half decorative element, half toy, this wooden dolls initially emerged for the own usage of the designer Alexander Girard. After the originals of his heritage, the times happy and times grimly collection is re-edited as enrichment for every furnishing. The Wooden Dolls were initially designed by Alexander Girard for his house in Santa Fe, they are self made. Inspiration for the small figures was found by the designer in his own extensive folk-art collection. In cooperation with Charles and Ray Eames as well as George Nelson, Alecander Girard counts to the embossing figures of the American design of the post-war-period. The focus of his wude product range was the textile design, whereas the intense work with South American, Asian and East European folk-art was a huge inspiration source. The Wooden Dolls consist of massive fir wood and they are hand coloured. The delivery occurs in a printed wooden boy, with the brochure. The Wooden Dolls with the numbers 13 – 16 are also available.
  • Vitra - Wooden Dolls
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    Vitra - Wooden Dolls
    Half decorative element, half toy, this wooden dolls initially emerged for the own usage of the designer Alexander Girard. After the originals of his heritage, the times happy and times grimly collection is re-edited as enrichment for every furnishing. The Wooden Dolls were initially designed by Alexander Girard for his house in Santa Fe, they are self made. Inspiration for the small figures was found by the designer in his own extensive folk-art collection. In cooperation with Charles and Ray Eames as well as George Nelson, Alecander Girard counts to the embossing figures of the American design of the post-war-period. The focus of his wude product range was the textile design, whereas the intense work with South American, Asian and East European folk-art was a huge inspiration source. The Wooden Dolls consist of massive fir wood and they are hand coloured. The delivery occurs in a printed wooden boy, with the brochure. The Wooden Dolls with the numbers 13 – 16 are also available.
  • Vitra - Wooden Dolls
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    Vitra - Wooden Dolls
    Half decorative element, half toy, this wooden dolls initially emerged for the own usage of the designer Alexander Girard. After the originals of his heritage, the times happy and times grimly collection is re-edited as enrichment for every furnishing. The Wooden Dolls were initially designed by Alexander Girard for his house in Santa Fe, they are self made. Inspiration for the small figures was found by the designer in his own extensive folk-art collection. In cooperation with Charles and Ray Eames as well as George Nelson, Alecander Girard counts to the embossing figures of the American design of the post-war-period. The focus of his wude product range was the textile design, whereas the intense work with South American, Asian and East European folk-art was a huge inspiration source. The Wooden Dolls consist of massive fir wood and they are hand coloured. The delivery occurs in a printed wooden boy, with the brochure. The Wooden Dolls with the numbers 13 – 16 are also available.
  • Vitra - Turbine Clock
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    Vitra - Turbine Clock
    The wall clock was designed by George Nelson in the year 1957. It is one of the known clocks of the designer that are presented as Wall Clocks at the Vitra Company. The Turbine Clock from Vitra is a fidel reedition of the wall clock and consists of brass and aluminium. It possesses a high quality quartz movement. In a variety of materials and sculptural forms, George Nelson’s clocks embody the awareness of life of the 50es. His clocks still are a refreshing alternative to the common timekeepers today. The architect George Nelson counts to the most important and influential personalities of American design. Besides his work as an architect, designer and exposition designer he coined the international design and architecture discourse over the decades with his extensive journalistic work. Vitra produces and distributes a part of George Nelson’s designs since 1957, initially under license registration. In the year 1984 Vitra undertook the exclusive rights for Europe and the Middle East. The collection grew by a few designs over the last years.
  • Vitra - Wooden Dolls
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    Vitra - Wooden Dolls
    Half decorative element, half toy, this wooden dolls initially emerged for the own usage of the designer Alexander Girard. After the originals of his heritage, the times happy and times grimly collection is re-edited as enrichment for every furnishing. The Wooden Dolls were initially designed by Alexander Girard for his house in Santa Fe, they are self made. Inspiration for the small figures was found by the designer in his own extensive folk-art collection. In cooperation with Charles and Ray Eames as well as George Nelson, Alecander Girard counts to the embossing figures of the American design of the post-war-period. The focus of his wude product range was the textile design, whereas the intense work with South American, Asian and East European folk-art was a huge inspiration source. The Wooden Dolls consist of massive fir wood and they are hand coloured. The delivery occurs in a printed wooden boy, with the brochure. The Wooden Dolls with the numbers 13 – 16 are also available.
  • Vitra - Petal Clock
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    Vitra - Petal Clock
    George Nelson’s clocks embody the lifestyle of the 50s in numerous materials and sculptural shapes. America was embossed by believing in advance and the economic boom in that time. It all seemed possible, one wanted to be modern. With the aim of creating modern home design, George Nelson designed a program of everyday objects such as lamps, clocks and other home accessories – icons of the 50s emerged, such as the Ball Clock or the Bubble Lamp. Vitra produces many of the collector’s desired pieces since the 1990s according to the original designs. The George Nelson clocks by Vitra are a refreshing alternative to common clocks with their high grade quartz clockwork and there are suitable models for nearly every taste with this huge selection of different creations.
  • Vitra - Zoo Timer Elihu the Elephant
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    Vitra - Zoo Timer Elihu the Elephant
    As a truly multi-talentent designer, George Nelson was also successful as a graphic designer. His Zoo Timers - strongly colourful personalities from the animal kingdom - contrast sharply with his sculptural wall clocks from the 1950s thanks to their graphic touch. The Zoo Timers offer children a playful and enjoyable approach to telling the time. Collection Vitra Design Museum. The George Nelson 1965 designed wall clocks consist of metal and wood, possess a high quality quartz-clockwork and are delivered including a 1.5 V battery. The Zoo Timers are exposed in the collection of the Vitra Design Museum.
  • Vitra - Night Clock
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    Vitra - Night Clock
    An original classic: George Nelson has designed his round Night Clock in the year 1948. The desired collectors’ clock hasn’t lost any of its charm, even a few decades after its first appearance. With its original colours and forms the table clock is also today a refreshing alternative to the common time chronometers. The Night Clock has been designed by George Nelson as part of the Desk Clocks collection. The single table clocks of the mini series all emerged between 1947 and 1953. With its sculptural forms and the chosen colours and materials, the clocks embody the life-feeling of the 1950s. The company Vitra manufactures the George Nelson Night Clock today in an original re-edition out of brass and acrylic glass. The table clock’s clockwork consists of high quality quartz and is delivered with a 1.5 Volt battery, ready to work.
  • Vitra - Cushion Maharam: Millerstripe multicolored neutral
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    Vitra - Cushion Maharam: Millerstripe multicolored neutral
    The cushion Maharam Millerstripe multicolored neutral has the well known Millerstripe-design in steamed colours. Alexander Girard designed it in the year 1973. The colours and the cushions pattern are timeless and the fit in every contemporaneous and classic furnishing. The cushion consists of feathers and polyurethane foam. Many of the great architectures and designers of the 20th century occupied themselves with textile design, translating their idea of colours, forms and materials in it. The New Yorker design company Maharam reedited some of the most important furniture designs with a high quality in its colours and original in its weaving techniques. The sofa and seat cushions from the “Textiles of the 20th century” series from Vitra are the ideal supplement to the furniture from Charles & Ray Eames, George Nelson and Verner Panton, also setting accents in contemporaneous and classic interiors.
  • Vitra - Cushion Maharam: Names crimson on white
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    Vitra - Cushion Maharam: Names crimson on white
    The cushion Maharam: Names crimson on white was designed by Alexander Girard in the year 1957. As the name indicates, the cushions pattern looks like an ornate signature. Colours and design are kept simple so that the cushion enters contemporaneous and classic furnishings seamlessly. The cushion consists of feathers and polyurethane foam. Many of the great architectures and designers of the 20th century occupied themselves with textile design, translating their idea of colours, forms and materials in it. The New Yorker design company Maharam reedited some of the most important furniture designs with a high quality in its colours and original in its weaving techniques. The sofa and seat cushions from the “Textiles of the 20th century” series from Vitra are the ideal supplement to the furniture from Charles & Ray Eames, George Nelson and Verner Panton, also setting accents in contemporaneous and classic interiors.
  • Vitra - Maharam Cushion: Small Dot Pattern Document
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    Vitra - Maharam Cushion: Small Dot Pattern Document
    Many of the great architects and designers of the 20eth century concentrated their selves on textiles transcribing their idea of colour, form and material. The New York textile company Maharam reedited one of the most important designs as a high quality and faithful in its colour and weaving technique furniture-textiles. The Maharam cushion Small Dot Pattern Document was designed by Charles & Ray Eames. It consists of feathers and polyurethane foam. The couch and sitting cushions from the series “Textiles of the 20th century” from Vitra are the ideal addition to Charles & Ray Eames’ furniture, while George Nelson and Verner Panton do also set accents in contemporary or classic interiors.
  • Vitra - Eye Wall Clock
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    Vitra - Eye Wall Clock
    The Eye Clock was designed by George Nelson in the year 1964. The exceptional clock is produced with brass and walnut from Vitra. Because of its large dimensions of 34 x 76 cm the eye-optic comes perfectly to goal. George Nelson’s clocks embody the awareness of life of the 50es with a variety of materials and sculptural forms. His clocks are still today a refreshing alternative to conventional timekeepers. The Vitra Design Museum publishes a reediting of the collector’s desired designs in original forms.
  • Vitra - Cushion Maharam: Millerstripe multicolored bright
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    Vitra - Cushion Maharam: Millerstripe multicolored bright
    The cushion Maharam Millerstripe multicolored bright was designed by Alexander Girard in t1973. The colourful cushion is timeless and it spreads the charm of the 1070es. The cushion itself consists of feathers and polyurethane. Many of the great architectures and designers of the 20th century occupied themselves with textile design, translating their idea of colours, forms and materials in it. The New Yorker design company Maharam reedited some of the most important furniture designs with a high quality in its colours and original in its weaving techniques. The sofa and seat cushions from the “Textiles of the 20th century” series from Vitra are the ideal supplement to the furniture from Charles & Ray Eames, George Nelson and Verner Panton, also setting accents in contemporaneous and classic interiors.
  • Vitra - Cushion Maharam: Geometri black/white
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    Vitra - Cushion Maharam: Geometri black/white
    The cushion Maharam Geometri black/white was designed by Verner Panton in the year 1960. The cover shows the typical Panton combination of round and square forms whose contrasts are even stronger because of the colour. The cushion itself consists of feathers and polyurethane foam. Many of the architects and designer of the 20th century occupied their selves with the design of textiles realizing their idea of colours, forms and materials. The New Yorker textiles company Maharam reedited some of the most significant furniture textile-designs as high quality in their colour and faithful in their weaving technique. The sofa and seat cushions from the “Textiles of the 20th century” series from Vitra are an ideal fulfilling of the furniture from Charles & Ray Eames, George Nelson and Verner Panton, setting also an own accent in contemporaneous and classic interiors.
  • Vitra - L'Oiseau
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    Vitra - L'Oiseau
    While furniture is the undisputed central element of a furnishing, this one will only become an atmospherically complete and vivid collage by the inclusion of decorative and personal touches. Fabrics, colours, light, objects and accessories thereby create impressions with which rooms can be shaped and changed according to one’s personal, changing demands. An important role is played by nature motives since the first known furnishings and also is mirrored in works from both designers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec. Milled out of maple wood wood and soft grinded, the wooden bird “L’Oiseau”, designed by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec for Vitra reminds of the clarity of wooden objects of Nordic folks art. L’Oiseau enriches thereby modern furnishings by a charming note without becoming childish or even kitsch as many other animal figures.
  • Vitra Eames House Bird
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    Vitra Eames House Bird
    Charles and Ray Eames augmented the interior “collage” of the Eames House with numerous objects brought back from their extensive travels. The figure of a black wooden bird — evidently one of their most prized objects of American folk art — has stood in the centre of their living room for over fifty years. Also seen as an accessory in many of the Eames’ photographs. The bird has its origin in the mountains region of the Appalachians in the North East of the USA. Leaning on the original design and in cooperation with the Eames family, Vitra produced this figure as a serial object for the first time. The small house bird out of solid alder looks confusingly similar to real birds and fills the everyday life with happiness.
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