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  • Vitra Mariposa Sofa by Edward Barber & Jay Osgerby
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    Vitra Mariposa Sofa by Edward Barber & Jay Osgerby
    The Mariposa Sofa radiates comfort thanks to its soft upholstery and ingenious design. An adjustable mechanism makes it possible to individually tilt the side and backrest elements for various sitting or reclining positions. The design is understated - the slim side and back elements can be continuously and silently adjusted, from an upright position to an outward angle of approximately 30° and back again. This flexibility allows individual users to determine the position that is most comfortable for them. Thanks to the unusual depth of the seat surface, two people can sit on either end and comfortably face each other – to carry on a conversation or share a cosy spot for reading. With these special features, the Mariposa Sofa offers an inviting place to prop up your feet and relax. Fabric options - Olimpo, Dumet, Iroko, Credo and Moss. Please contact to specify fabric colour. Dimensions: L2110 - 2410cm x H280cm x D1015 - 1150cm. Materials: Webbed metal frame with polyurethane foam. Seat cushions - Polyurethane and visco foam with feather overlay. Adjustable levelling felt glides. Covers removeable.
  • Vitra - Aluminium Group EA 104 Swivel Chair
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    Vitra - Aluminium Group EA 104 Swivel Chair
    Initially designed for the private house of an arts collector, the Aluminium Chairs by Charles & Ray Eames became real classic pieces of the 20th century finding their way through the whole world. The design marriage renounced the principle of a seating bowl and replaced it by tensed textile and leather belts, with spring feathers between the sides of aluminium. The Aluminium Chair EA 104 adapts to the body and it offers a lot of comfort, even without lavish upholstery. These qualities make the EA 104 office chair equally suitable for offices, public rooms and private areas. The Aluminium Chair EA 104 is ideally suitable to be used at a table: It is slimmer than the other Aluminium Chairs, the seating position is more upright and a little higher, the armrests are shorter. The EA 104 is therewith perfectly suitable for private dining rooms, restaurants or for meeting rooms in offices. The Vitra EA 104 is also available in further colours, with other fabrics and as EA 101 without armrests and without swivel base as well as EA 103 with armrests, but without swivel base. Besides the EA 104 and the similar EA 101 and 103, there are also many further available models of the Vitra Aluminium Group.
  • Vitra PACC chair by Charles & Ray Eames
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    Vitra PACC chair by Charles & Ray Eames
    The PACC Armchair features a height-adjustable five-star base on castors with both spring and swivel functions. A perfect choice for the home office. Available in a range of shell colours with or without seat upholstery in Hopsak fabric. Please contact us with your fabric choice when placing an order on our website. Dimensions: Seat height 35.5 / 48cm x D37cm x W41 / 62.5cm x H75.5 / 89cm. Materials: Seat shell in dyed through polypropylene. Five star base - polished die-cast alumnium with double castors in basic dark.
  • Vitra - Sphere Table
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    Vitra - Sphere Table
    Futuristic appealing spheres connect to the familiar archetype of a traditional table in the Vitra Sphere Table, introducing a question mark into every place it is in. The Vitra Sphere Table emerged in the event of the re-edition of the North Delegates Lounge at the United Nations headquarter in New York, according to a design of Hella Jongerius. The generalisation of the building moved her to integrate an own designed piece of furniture. Vitra now started the serial production of the Sphere Table. The Vitra Sphere Table is a massive wooden table with a big half-sphere made of milky Plexiglas. This one can be installed on the left and the right side of the table and it has enough room for the adaptation to individual demands in the home office – since there is the place for this table to be, because the “Bubble” makes it possible to separate the working place from the rest of the room. A small drawer expands the practical utility of the Vitra Sphere Table. Vitra produces the futuristic Hella Jongerius table of massive oak wood. The sphere and the ground of the drawer are made of coloured Plexiglas. More details: Table: Massive natural oak wood, oiled. Bubble and drawer ground: Coloured Plexiglas. Metal elements: Powder coated steel, suiting the sphere. Colours: Sun, sky.
  • Vitra Cone Chair
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    Vitra Cone Chair
    Designer: Verner Panton. Manufacturer: Vitra. Back Height: 82 cm. Seat Height: 49 cm. Width: 57 cm. Depth: 62.5 cm. Upholstery: Fabric. Base Finish: Brushed Stainless Steel. Floor Glides: Plastic. Origin: Made in Germany.
  • Vitra Charles & Ray Eames DSR Chair
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    Vitra Charles & Ray Eames DSR Chair
    This iconic mid century piece,with its bright colourful seat and Eiffel, metal leg is reproduced under license by Vitra. Originally designed by Charles & Ray Eames in 1950. A fantastic addition to any contemporary space for those with a discerning eye. Black and White normally in stock for delivery within 3-7 days and other colours made to order.
  • Vitra - Marshmallow Sofa
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    Vitra - Marshmallow Sofa
    The Marshmallow Sofa by George Nelson can be considered as one of the first pop art designs of the furniture design. With the design of 1956 Nelson turned the traditional sofainto a three-dimensional report made of soft, colourful cushions. Every single cushion of seat and back rest lay symmetrical, like a waffle form, to the opposite to each other. It is supported by a simple steel structure. The, in the past, new system of the additive construction enables - not like usual sofas - a big colour, and form selection. But it had the consequence, that the production was really expensive because they were hand made. Besides that, because of its unusual design, the sofa did not fit into the contemporary interiors. For this reason, the production of the Marshmallow Sofa had to be closed in 1965. To the Marshmallow Sofa is also a extension element obtainable. Those come with six single cushions and can be put between two sofas, and it is expandable. More details: Design: George Nelson. Material: 18 Cushions in vinyl red, orange, green, purple and blue, frame: Square tube, black. Measurements: 820 X 1313 x 805 mm.
  • Vitra - Eames Plastic Side Chair DSW
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    Vitra - Eames Plastic Side Chair DSW
    The Eames Plastic Side Chair, which has been designed by Charles and Ray Eames in 1950, is a contemporary version of the legendary Fibreglass Chair. It was created in connection with Zenith Plastics for the "Low Cost Furniture Design" competition of the Museum of Modern Art's and was the first industrial made chair produced out of plastic. DSW (Dining Side Shell Wood) is a version of the Eames Plastic Side Chair with a wooden base, which Charles and Ray Eames first used in 1951 in connection with the Wire Chair. The unusual material mix of conical running feet made of maple with diagonal round bar steel, which together result to a strong, static construction, gives this chair an independent character.
  • Gueridon Bas Coffee Table by Jean Prouve for Vitra
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    Gueridon Bas Coffee Table by Jean Prouve for Vitra
    In the early 1940s Jean Prouve turned his attention increasingly to wood as a material. In the case of the Gueridon Bas coffee table a sturdy top is positioned on three solid oak feet. The elements are connected to each other by means of a folded sheet metal construction. Materials: Solid oak with oiled finish. Natural oak, smoked oak or American walnut. Dimensions: Height 35cm x Diameter 80cm.
  • Vitra - Coffee Table
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    Vitra - Coffee Table
    Noguchi himself described Coffee Table as his best furniture design, no doubt because it is extremely reminiscent of his bronze and marble sculptures of the time, translating the latter's biomorphic formal language unadulterated into a piece of sculptural furniture: Glass tabletop resting on two identical wooden elements placed at right angles. Collection Vitra Design Museum, © The Isamu Noguchi Foundation. Also available in maple. More details: Design: Isamu Noguchi, 1944. Material: Varnished solid wood base, 19 mm glass top with rounded edges. Measurements: 400 × 1280 × 930 Mm. Versions: Black ash, walnut, maple.
  • Vitra DSW chair by Charles and Ray Eames
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    Vitra DSW chair by Charles and Ray Eames
    Original and authentic version of the classic DSW chair manufactured by Vitra. Designed by Charles and Ray Eames in 1950. Originally produced in collaboration with Zenith Plastics for the Museum of Modern Art's Low-Cost Furniture Design Competition it was the first industrially manufactured plastic chair. In their latest version made of polypropylene the Armchairs now offer even greater sitting comfort and importantly can now be recycled. Available in seven shell colours without upholstery, or with upholstered seat cushion, or full upholstery. See Hopsack fabric colours. The wood base is available in three shades: Maple Yellowish, Dark Maple, or Black Maple. Comes with nylon glides for carpet or felt glides for hard floors. Will be supplied with felt glides unless otherwise specified. Material. Seat shell in dyed through polypropylene, maple legs. Dimensions: Height 81cm x Width 46.5cm x Depth 55cm.
  • Vitra Heart Cone Chair
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    Vitra Heart Cone Chair
    Designer: Verner Panton. Manufacturer: Vitra. Back Height: 89 cm. Seat Height: 38 cm. Width: 103 cm. Depth: 62.5 cm. Upholstery: Tonus Fabric. Finish: Polyurethane Foam. Base Finish: Brushed Stainless Steel. Floor Glides: Plastic.
  • Vitra - Amoebe Highback Armchair
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    Vitra - Amoebe Highback Armchair
    The Amoebe emerged in 1970 in several editions for Verner Panton’s famous Visiona installation. The Danish presented revolutionary new living concepts there, which are still very current and even modern. The name Amoebe shows that Verner Panton thought of living organisms in his one-piece, flowing chairs – Panton’s natural shape doesn’t know any aging. The Amoebe is a succeeded example for this type of ground-based lounge chairs and it embodies the happy-cheeky 70s. Conventional chairs weren’t desired anymore, it was about low, comfortable furniture to be used in many different ways instead. The flexible backrest of the Vitra Amoebe Highback shows up sculptural over its head and it forms a kind of canopy over the user. The Amoebe Highback armchair therewith transmits a feeling of comfort and retreat – especially in big, open rooms. Vitra manufactures the organic armchair of a laminated structure with foam cushions, which are coated with the sophisticated Tonus fabric by Kvadrat.
  • Vitra Cork Side Table - Model 1
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    Vitra Cork Side Table - Model 1
    This unique cork side table from Vitra is fabulously lightweight & durable. Crafted from solid treated cork, it’s strong & sturdy making it perfect for use as a side table or stool. With a beautiful velvety surface that’s pleasant to touch, it brings an element of contemporary style to your living space & is perfect to combine with the wide range of home accessories also available from Vitra. Key features: * Material: solid treated cork * Dimensions: 33x31cm * Designed by Jasper Morrison * Suitable for use as a table or stool * Lightweight and durable * Velvety surface * More home accessories available from Vitra
  • Vitra DSR Eames Plastic Side Chair
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    Vitra DSR Eames Plastic Side Chair
    Eames Plastic Side Chair, which has been designed by Charles and Ray Eames in 1950, is a contemporary version of the legendary Fibreglass Chair. It was created in connection with Zenith Plastics for the "Low Cost Furniture Design" competition of the Museum of Modern Art's and was the first industrial made chair made of plastic. The organic formed seat is linked together with the metal base with integrated »Shock Mounts«, which gives you a relaxing, and very comfortable sitting feeling. Whether in privacy, restaurants, waiting rooms, offices, conference rooms, or large halls, the Eames Plastic Chair fits in all kinds of surroundings. The Eames Plastic Side Chair DSR (Dining Height Side Chair Rod Base) is also available in other colour variations, cushions and/ or coated base editions for outdoors. Furthermore an edition with a coated frame for outdoors can be ordered.
  • Vitra Cork Side Table - Model 3
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    Vitra Cork Side Table - Model 3
    This unique cork side table from Vitra is fabulously lightweight & durable. Crafted from solid treated cork, it’s strong & sturdy making it perfect for use as a side table or stool. With a beautiful velvety surface that’s pleasant to touch, it brings an element of contemporary style to your living space & is perfect to combine with the wide range of home accessories also available from Vitra. Key features: * Material: solid treated cork * Dimensions: 33x31cm * Designed by Jasper Morrison * Suitable for use as a table or stool * Lightweight and durable * Velvety surface * More home accessories available from Vitra
  • Vitra - Compas Direction Table
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    Vitra - Compas Direction Table
    The Compas Direction is the re-edition of a 1953 designed piece of furniture by Jean Prouvé: The French designer was very successful with the desk, completely fulfilling the demands of the time – the desk was actualized by Vitra. Together with the fashion label G-Star, Vitra re-edited a collection of furniture pieces by the French designer and architect Jean Prouvé in 2011. The designs were presented on the Vitra Campus in Weil am Rhein, and nine serial produced products emerged out of the cooperation: The RAW Edition. The contemporaneous interpretation of Prouvés classic pieces have been well received by consumers, so that Vitra decided to include some of the objects in its permanent collection – among them the Compas Direction. The initially 1953 designed Compas Direction is a real classic piece by Prouvé: With its slim shapes, flat surfaces and the asymmetric feet, it is the embodiment of the 50s design. Also important for that design époque: The clear functional line ensures that the practical usage isn’t forgotten. These qualities make the Compas Direction perfectly suitable for modern homes. Vitra manufactures the re-edited Compas Direction out of powder coated steel and a massive board of oiled oak wood. The natural material appears in an exciting contrast with the basalt coloured base, which offers a bribing, but still withdrawing elegance to the Jean Prouvé desk.
  • Vitra Suita Sofa 3 Seater Classic
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    Vitra Suita Sofa 3 Seater Classic
    This versatile sofa from Vitra is available in many configurations, types and colours which can be added to and accessorised in order to create the perfect sofa configuration.
  • Vitra - Visiona Stool
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    Vitra - Visiona Stool
    The Visiona expositions which are presented in the event of the Cologne Furniture Fair, embossed furniture design of the future when they started to be presented in the end of the 1960s. 1970 Was the year when the design legend Verner Panton created the Visiona Stool for his remarkable living landscape on the eponymous exposition. Flexibility was very important then as well as it is today, that’s the reason why the compact Visiona Stool is suitable for different purposes. Verner Panton’s Visiona Stool is a practical and comfortable cushioned sea, which is useful in many different ways. The different tones make up colourful accents, while the Vision Stool appears in opaque colours suiting harmonically in homely rooms. The stool by Vitra suits different purposes because of the clear and quite design. The low weight of the Visiona Stool by Vitra makes it easy to move it and to use it flexibly when it is needed. The geometrical shape of the stool by Verner Panton makes the piece of furniture useful as side table as well. The robust coating of the Vitra Visiona Stool is fixed on the base with a rubber band, so that it is removable and cleaned easily if needed. Vitra produces the Visiona Stool out of polyurethane foam with polystyrene and polyester cotton wool. The base of the 2012 re-edited stool is made of an MDF board and equipped with felt pads.
  • Vitra - RAR Rocking Armchair
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    Vitra - RAR Rocking Armchair
    RAR (Rocking Armchair Rod Base) is the rocking chair within the famous collection of Vitra’s Eames Plastic Armchairs. Plastic Armchairs were first presented as part of the famed New York Museum of Modern Art competition, "Low Cost Furniture Design". Their organically shaped seat shells made of fibreglass-reinforced plastic were later combined with various different bases, such as RAR's rockers and manufactured in their millions. In their latest version made of polypropylene the Armchairs now offer even greater sitting comfort. The Eames Plastic Armchair RAR is available in the colours ocean, mauve grey, cream, stone white and mustard.
  • Vitra Cone Stool
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    Vitra Cone Stool
    Designer: Verner Panton. Manufacturer: Vitra. Height: 49 cm. Diameter: 62.5 cm. Upholstery: Fabric. Base Finish: Brushed Stainless Steel. Floor Glides: Plastic. Origin: Made In Germany.
  • Vitra PSCC chair by Charles & Ray Eames
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    Vitra PSCC chair by Charles & Ray Eames
    The PSCC chairs feature a height-adjustable five-star base on castors with both spring and swivel functions. A perfect choice for the home office. Available in a range of shell colours with or without seat upholstery in Hopsak fabric. Please contact us with your fabric choice when placing an order on our website. Dimensions: Seat height 36 / 48.5cm x D37cm x W46.5cm x H76 / 88.5cm. Materials: Seat shell in dyed through polypropylene. Five star base - polished die-cast alumnium with double castors in basic dark.
  • Vitra - Organic Conference Chair
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    Vitra - Organic Conference Chair
    The Organic Conference is a classic piece of furniture, which isn’t really a classic: The chair by the design legends Charles Eames and Eero Saarinen couldn’t be produced in series because of a lack of technique in the 1940s. It was vitalized by Vitra in 2006 for the first time. Charles Eames and Eero Saarinen created a complete series of Oranic Chairs in different editions for the competition “Organic Design in Home Furnishing” of the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in 1941. The designs were futuristic formally, but they weren’t produced because of a lack of technique then. The organic seat could only be produced and distributed in bigger amounts later, so were the Eames Plastic Chair by Charles & Ray Eames or the Tulip Chair by Eero Saarinen. Vitra and the Vitra Design Museum vitalized the classic piece in 2006 with the first serial production of the Organic Chair, the Organic Highback with high backrest and headrest followed in 2008. The shape of the seats of the Organic Chairs is adapted to the seat demands of the human body. The user sits in a lower, slightly backwards inclined position in the reading chairs Organic Chair and Organic Highback, while the Organic Conference is slightly higher and more upright, supporting sitting at a table. The organic shape of and the comfortable cushions ensure exceptional sitting comfort. Vitra produces the Organic Chairs out of ash wood with polyurethane foam cushions. The sophisticated coating with the Hopsack fabric by Kvadrat ensurea robustness and longevity to the Organic Conference Chair – also in a stressing office routine.
  • Vitra Charles & Ray Eames DAR Chair
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    Vitra Charles & Ray Eames DAR Chair
    Plastic Armchairs were first presented as part of a New York Museum of Modern Art competition. Low Cost Furniture Design. The organically shaped plastic seat shells were later combined with various different bases and manufactured in their millions. In their latest version made of polypropylene, the armchairs now offer even greater sitting comfort. Available in basic dark, red (poppy red), white, ocean, mauve grey, cream, stone white or mustard (
  • Vitra DSR chair by Charles and Ray Eames
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    Vitra DSR chair by Charles and Ray Eames
    Original and authentic version of the classic DSR chair manufactured by Vitra. Designed by Charles and Ray Eames in 1950. Originally produced in collaboration with Zenith Plastics for the Museum of Modern Art's Low-Cost Furniture Design Competition it was the first industrially manufactured plastic chair. In their latest version made of polypropylene the Armchairs now offer even greater sitting comfort and importantly can now be recycled. Materials: / Finishes. Seat shell in dyed through polypropylene, chromed steel legs (sometimes referred to as Eiffel Base) or powder coated leg. Available in seven colours with upholstered seat cushions full upholstering or without upholstery. Thirteen hopsak colours are available to choose from for upholstering - please specify when ordering. Also available with basic dark powder coated legs on request. Comes with nylon glides for carpet or felt glides for hard floors. We will supply with felt glides as standard unless you inform us you prefer nylon glides. Dimensions: Height 81cm x Width 46.5cm x Depth 55cm.
  • Vitra Cork Side Table - Model 2
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    Vitra Cork Side Table - Model 2
    This unique cork side table from Vitra is fabulously lightweight & durable. Crafted from solid treated cork, it’s strong & sturdy making it perfect for use as a side table or stool. With a beautiful velvety surface that’s pleasant to touch, it brings an element of contemporary style to your living space & is perfect to combine with the wide range of home accessories also available from Vitra. Key features: * Material: solid treated cork * Dimensions: 33x31cm * Designed by Jasper Morrison * Suitable for use as a table or stool * Lightweight and durable * Velvety surface * More home accessories available from Vitra
  • Vitra - Guéridon Bas coffee table
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    Vitra - Guéridon Bas coffee table
    The Guéridon Bas is a reason for Jean Prouvé to be more famous as a constructer than as a designer. The couch table is produced by Vitra today. In the beginning of the 1940s, Jean Prouvé more and more concentrated on working with wood. The low availability of steel during the Second World War and the hard production conditions obliged the designer to think differently in his work, since modern materials and manufacturing methods of the Bauhaus era weren’t available anymore. This is how Prouvé started to create furniture pieces with classic materials and simple constructions, making them more modern than ever. This was possible for the French designer because he combined stylistic devices cleverly: Regarding his coffee table Guéridon Bas, there is a heavy table top on three feet of massive oak wood. The elements are connected by a construction out of notched bleach. The feet are apparently protruding and set accents. The Guéridon Bas couch table is contemporaneous despite of its traditional material because of its constructive clearness – then as well as today.
  • Vitra - Eames Plastic Armchair DAR
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    Vitra - Eames Plastic Armchair DAR
    The plastic armchairs, designed by Charles & Ray Eames in the year 1950, were first presented at the "Low Cost Furniture Design" competition of the MoMA in New York. The organic formed seats made of plastic were later combined with different bases and were millionfold produced. Their actual version, which is made of polypropylen gives you a more improved seating comfort. The Eames Plastic Armchair DAR (Dining Height Armchair R-Wire Base) is also available in other colour variations, plus seat cushion and/ or coated frame variations for the outside area.
  • Eames Storage Unit Bookcase by Charles & Ray Eames for Vitra
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    Eames Storage Unit Bookcase by Charles & Ray Eames for Vitra
    In 1949, Charles and Ray Eames developed a new system of free-standing multifunctional shelves which - similar to the Eames House that dates from the same time - were constructed strictly in keeping with the principles of industrial mass production: the Eames Storage Units (ESU). Materials: Plywood, brightly painted screens, brushed, galvanized metal surfaces, height-adjustable legs, lacquered. Dimensions: ESU Bookcase: 1480 x 1200 x 430 mm.
  • Vitra - Amoebe Armchair
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    Vitra - Amoebe Armchair
    Verner Panton created several versions of the Amoebe for his famous Visiona installation in 1970. The revolutionary home concepts from that time are still current and even modern. Verner Panton was humorous – how else could the armchair have been called Amoebe? The idol of nature also ensures that Panton’s designs are timeless and don’t know any design eras. The Vitra made Amoebe embodies the happy-cheeky spirit of the early 1970s as a ground-based piece of furniture: Conventional chairs weren’t demanded anymore, it was about low, comfortable furniture instead, which were reusable. The Amoebe Armchair is ergonomically suitable to the human body in its organic and one-piece design, completely according to its unicellular model. Vitra manufactures the harmonically designed armchair in a laminated structure with foam cushioning, coated with the sophisticated Tonus fabric by Kvadrat.
  • Vitra - ID Mesh
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    Vitra - ID Mesh
    A swivelling office chair that is individually coordinated to single users, teams or situations according to its function and aesthetics, decidedly influencing productivity, health and comfort at the working place. The swivelling office chair family consists of four components that fulfil the most different aesthetics, material, usage and prize demands. Based on the models that defer by their upholstery (Mesh, Soft and Trim), more than 8000 different ID Chairs can be configured through the combination of 4 mechanisms, 3 armrests, 3 bases and 2 frame colours. ID Mesh with upholstered backrest The ID Mesh backrest that consists of two plastic parts, bracket and lumbalbrace, gives hold to the lumbar area and offers flexibility to the upper part of the back. The frame is fixed to the coating fabrics Diamond Mesh or Silk Mesh: There ones are three dimensional intervals which take the user through its depth and structure. Diamond Mesh with the expressive, graphical structure is weightless, transparent and breathable, but still comfortable like a thin cushion. Silk Mesh is visually closed, but offers the same qualities. The integrated lumbalbrace can be adapted to the back contours of the user and is height adjustable. Individuality and health Dynamic seating means to sit comfortably and healthy at the same time. A new, patented chair mechanism also allows a synchronic forwards movement with weight adjustment besides the adjustable backwards movement for the first time. This supports dynamic seating over the whole moving procedure. Thereby the mechanism follows the natural movements of human bodies being in a continuous contact with the back. The harmonic mechanism movements encourage the user to sit for a long time on a dynamic way. The counter-pressure of the backrest and the forwards inclining can be adjusted – or balanced, so as to adopt every seating position between maximally laid back in a lounge position and forwards in an upright position without any efforts. Do you want to configure your ID office chair after your demands, accordingly individual? Then contact us, we will be glad to advise you!
  • Eames Storage Unit Shelf by Charles & Ray Eames for Vitra
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    Eames Storage Unit Shelf by Charles & Ray Eames for Vitra
    In 1949, Charles and Ray Eames developed a new system of free-standing multifunctional shelves which - similar to the Eames House that dates from the same time - were constructed strictly in keeping with the principles of industrial mass production: the Eames Storage Units (ESU). Available in four heights / tiers. Materials: Plywood, brightly painted screens, brushed, galvanized metal surfaces, height-adjustable legs, lacquered. Dimensions: ESU Shelf: 820 x 1200 x 405 mm.
  • Vitra Butterfly Stool
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    Vitra Butterfly Stool
    In a unique way the Butterfly Stool combines eastern shapes with the technique of shaping plywood Charles and Ray Eames developed. The gently curved silhouette of the two seat shells is reminiscent of a butterfly's wings.
  • Vitra - Wire Chair DKW
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    Vitra - Wire Chair DKW
    Vitra presents a well-known piece with a fresh appeal: The Wire Chair DKW modernised with a wooden base and a dark seat. The designer marriage Charles & Ray Eames already designed the maybe most famous of their chairs, the Plastic Side Chair for Vitra already in 1951. Vitra brought the classic piece to contemporaneity now: The popular wooden base and a seat in Basic Dark offer modern appeal to the DKW. The new version Wire Chair DKW with the dark paint emphasizes the transparency of the seat out of steel wire, while the wooden base which is available in three maple wood editions, offers a homely character to the chair. The Vitra Wire Chair DKW is also available in an edition with a cushion and an edition with seat and back cushions. The DKW is also available with plastic pads (for soft grounds such as carpets).
  • Vitra - Guéridon Table
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    Vitra - Guéridon Table
    Jean Prouvé designed the Guéridon table for the University of Paris, convincing with the constructive clearness. This wooden table proves that modern tables mustn’t always be made of steel and glass. Prouvé varies his typical, architectural approach with natural materials on order to reach that impression. Originally made like this because of the lack of metal after the Second World War, the wooden construction of the Guéridon table also convinces after that period. This is how the French made the dining table in 1949, leaning on the eponymous couch table of 1944. Jean Prouvé achieved in designing a modern table by means of combining the materials cleverly: A heavy table top rests on three legs made of massive oak wood. The legs are strong and noticeable, as well as some other designs of Prouvé. This offers visual resistant to the Guéridon dining table which is produced by Votra today, while the table also remains timeless and appears modern at the same time.
  • Vitra - Panton Chair
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    Vitra - Panton Chair
    The Panton Chair is an icon of the design of the last century. It is the consistent expression of somebody's opinion of design, which wants to realise an object in only one material and a fluent form. Since its emerging in 1967 the Panton Chair by Vitra ran through several technical improvements in synthetics processing. At the end of the 90ies the last version of the chair was designed with Verner Panton. With this model it was able to reach one of his goals: The plastic chair as a cheap industrial product. The Panton Chair by Vitra, which has been designed by Verner Panton in 1999, convinces with numerous characteristics that make it something special: It resists up to 120 kg, this makes it extremely stabile with a weight of only 5.5 kg. The chair is also suitable for the most different areas and purposes without a doubt, for example it can be used in coffee-shops, at home, in public areas, waiting halls, and so on. More information: Data sheet of the VItra Panton Chair (PDF) Product Sheet to the Panton Chair by Vitra (PDF 588 KB) Ecology Information to the Panton Chair by Vitra (PDF 40 KB) Instructions for Use for the Panton Chair by Vitra (PDF 268 KB)
  • Cite Armchair by Jean Prouve, Vitra
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    Cite Armchair by Jean Prouve, Vitra
    Cite Armchair is one of Prouve's early masterpieces, designed in 1930 for a competition for furnishing the halls of residence at Nancy's Cite Universitaire. Prouve himself used this armchair in the living room of his house. With its dynamic appearance, its characteristic coated sheet steel rockers and broad leather arm support straps it is a much desired chair. Finishes Frame Ecru (light fawn), Japanese Red, or Deep Black. Seat in Beige or Black fabric, or Black Leather. Materials: Moulded sheet steel base, seat and back in single-piece fabric or leather cover, armrests made of natural leather straps, polyurethane foam headrest cushion. Dimensions: Chair: Height 84cm x Width 68cm x 95cm. Seat: Height 21cm x Width 52cm.
  • Vitra - Eames Plastic Side Chair DSW
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    Vitra - Eames Plastic Side Chair DSW
    The Eames Plastic Side Chair, which has been designed by Charles and Ray Eames in 1950, is a contemporary version of the legendary Fibreglass Chair. It was created in connection with Zenith Plastics for the "Low Cost Furniture Design" competition of the Museum of Modern Art's and was the first industrial made chair produced out of plastic. DSW (Dining Side Shell Wood) is a version of the Eames Plastic Side Chair with a wooden base, which Charles and Ray Eames first used in 1951 in connection with the Wire Chair. The unusual material mix of conical running feet made of maple with diagonal round bar steel, which together result to a strong, static construction, gives this chair an independent character.
  • Vitra - Eames Plastic Side Chair DSW
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    Vitra - Eames Plastic Side Chair DSW
    The Eames Plastic Side Chair, which has been designed by Charles and Ray Eames in 1950, is a contemporary version of the legendary Fibreglass Chair. It was created in connection with Zenith Plastics for the "Low Cost Furniture Design" competition of the Museum of Modern Art's and was the first industrial made chair produced out of plastic. DSW (Dining Side Shell Wood) is a version of the Eames Plastic Side Chair with a wooden base, which Charles and Ray Eames first used in 1951 in connection with the Wire Chair. The unusual material mix of conical running feet made of maple with diagonal round bar steel, which together result to a strong, static construction, gives this chair an independent character.
  • Vitra - Slow Chair & Ottoman
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    Vitra - Slow Chair & Ottoman
    The Bouroullec brothers re-interpreted the armchair with their Slow Chair: A familiar, bulky form is combined with weightless, transparent materials when it comes to produce the Vitra armchair. This is how an exciting contrast emerges between form and material, searching for equals regarding comfort and style. Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec created this expansive armchair by using an extremely strong, precisely shaped knit which is stretched over the metal frame like a fitted stocking. This tensioning of the material offers a pleasantly soft and ergonomic comfort to the Slow Chair, which is even increased by thin seat and back cushions. The slightly transparent fabric thereby substitutes the thick cushions of traditional armchairs and brings weightlessness to the otherwise bulky Slow Chair. Slow Chair therewith acts really withdrawing in the living room or the winter garden, without renouncing any comfort: An ergonomic sitting comfort that adapts to the user’s body is offered by the strong tension at different points of the chair. Vitra manufactures the Slow Chair & Ottoman out of a steel-tube-frame with aluminium feet. Three cushions in adapted colours are included in the delivery package. More details: Design: Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec, 2007. Material: Metal frame, polished or powder-coated aluminium legs, cover: Knitted fabric, seat and backrest cushion: Polyurethane foam and polyester wool. Measurements: 890 X 950 x 928 mm. Availability (tricot): Brown/crème, red/crème, brown, black. Availability (legs): Aubergine. Availability(glider): Glider, felt glider. The Ottoman, and also the long and short back cushions are available. Please tell us which colour of the tricot material you would like to have!
  • Vitra RAR Rocker by Charles and Ray Eames
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    Vitra RAR Rocker by Charles and Ray Eames
    Original and authentic version of the classic RAR Rocker manufactured by Vitra. Designed by Charles and Ray Eames in 1950. Plastic Armchairs were presented by Charles and Ray Eames as part part of the famed New York Museum of Modern Art competition, 'Low Cost Furniture Design'. Their organically shaped seat shells made of plastic were later combined with various different bases, such as RARs rockers, and manufactured in their millions. In their latest version made of polypropylene the Armchairs now offer even greater sitting comfort and importantly can now be recycled. Material. Seat shell in dyed through polypropylene, four legged braced wire base on two wooden rockers with clear varnish. Available in seven colours: Basic dark, Poppy red, White, Ocean, Mauve Grey, Cream and Mustard. Dimensions: H 67 x W 62.5 x D 69cm (seat height 33cm)
  • Vitra - Organic Chair
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    Vitra - Organic Chair
    Charles Eames and Eero Saarinen created a comfortable chair with their Organic Chair in 1940, which was one step ahead in its time: The piece of furniture is still highly current today. The Organic Chair: A comfortable small reading armchair – emerged in 1940 as contribution for the competition “Organic Design in Home Furnishings” by the Museum of Modern Arts in New York. The cooperation of both design legends Eames and Saarinen was successful: Formally the different variants of the Organic Chair went one step ahead in their time. The armchair however, couldn’t be produced in series, because of a lack of production techniques. Only after 1950 it was possible to produce organic shaped seats and distribute in larger amounts, this is how also Charles and Ray Eames’ famous Plastic Armchair and Saarinen’s Tulip Chair were finally distributed. The Organic Chair is also available as Organic Highback armchair, with a higher backrest and larger and wider armrests. The Organic Conference edition is suitable to be used at tables. Moreover there are different fabrics for it selectable.
  • Vitra - Eames Plastic Side Chair DSW
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    Vitra - Eames Plastic Side Chair DSW
    The Eames Plastic Side Chair, which has been designed by Charles and Ray Eames in 1950, is a contemporary version of the legendary Fibreglass Chair. It was created in connection with Zenith Plastics for the "Low Cost Furniture Design" competition of the Museum of Modern Art's and was the first industrial made chair produced out of plastic. DSW (Dining Side Shell Wood) is a version of the Eames Plastic Side Chair with a wooden base, which Charles and Ray Eames first used in 1951 in connection with the Wire Chair. The unusual material mix of conical running feet made of maple with diagonal round bar steel, which together result to a strong, static construction, gives this chair an independent character.
  • Vitra - Eames Stool
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    Vitra - Eames Stool
    The Eames Stool was designed by Charles & Ray Eames in the year 1960. The stool is available in three different models whose difference is the profile in its middle part. Every stool consists of massive walnut wood that is multilayer glued and bright lacquered. The turned stools can be used as side tables if desired. The Eames stool emerged in the year 1960. At that time the Eames office was given the commission to furnish three lobbies in the Rockefeller Center in New York. Besides the whole interior work, also comfortable lobby chairs and this series of massive walnut stools that are produced by Vitra nowadays emerged in the scope of the project.
  • Vitra Aluminium Group Chair EA 103 and EA 104 by Charles and Ray Eames
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    Vitra Aluminium Group Chair EA 103 and EA 104 by Charles and Ray Eames
    The new Eames Aluminium Chairs EA 101, EA 103 and EA 104 are ideal for using in combination with tables. In comparison to the other models in the Aluminium Group, they have narrower and higher seats, more upright backrests and shorter armrests. Thanks to a wide selection of colours, it's easy to find the perfect chair for any setting – from home dining rooms and restaurants to office meeting areas. An important characteristic of the Aluminium Chair is the intelligent combination of materials and clear construction. Aluminium sections lend the chair both stability and lightness. The material is fixed into the side sections, yet fitted loosely so that it follows the line of the body and is comfortable without requiring extensive upholstery. This material is not a cover but an integral part of the design. EA 103 is non swivel with arms. EA 104 is swivel with arms. Upholstery available in a new range of Hopsak colours or Netweave fabrics. Felt glides for hard floors or nylon glides for carpet. Materials: Die-cast aluminium structure, high-frequency welded upholstery. Polished or chrome finished base. Dimensions: H845 x D348 x W560mm (including arms). Seat width 500mm. Seat height 425mm.
  • Vitra - Physix Swivel Chair
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    Vitra - Physix Swivel Chair
    ”Design is a game of rigid and flexible elements. The shape is only decided in the process of design.” Alberto Meda. The construction of Physix is based on the idea of creating a continuous seat by means of tensing fabrics between two lateral holms. This places this chair in the last place of a long queue of ancestors of chair icons, but develops the typology getting one step ahead. Using current material and production technical possibilities, Alberto Meda composed interplay of three materials, reaching one new dynamic sitting experience: A flexible frame constructions, an elastic rope coating and a stable mechanism. The filigree frame construction of Physix consequently uses the possibility of modern plastic materials regarding flexibility and stability. The organic lateral holms out of polyamide are transformable into flexible joints and follow the movement of the human body while leaning back. One piece of knitted material is tensioned between the lateral holms and makes up a free-carrying, continuous seat and backrest upholstery. Alberto Meda and Vitra developed a multi-threaded, highly resistant knitted material, which was so elastic that it even allowed the three-dimensional shaping of the seat. The frame and the tensioned coating of Physix follow the movements of the user in all the directions, even diagonal – when the user leans back for example, when he wants to look over his shoulders. The knitted textile also enables the visual weightlessness if the chair with its transparency and it allows a freely nuanced colours combination. The plastic frame and the knitted coating would form a dynamic, but still not controlled movement when they were the only components of the chair. Only with the synchronic-mechanism it is possible for Physix to offer a precisely directed, biomechanical movement. Two distinctive aluminium brackets at the chair’s backside transmit the movement of the lateral holms to the spiral spring-system, which is included in the housing under the seat. This is how a regulated movement is exactly controlled in every seat position and weight load.
  • Vitra - Eames Plastic Armchair DAX
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    Vitra - Eames Plastic Armchair DAX
    The plastic armchairs were first presented at the "Low Cost Furniture Design" competition of the MoMA in New York. The organic shaped seats made of plastic were later combined with different bases and were millionfold produced. Their current version, which is made of polypropylene offers improved seating comfort. The Eames Plastic Armchair is also available in other colour variations, plus seat cushion and/ or different coated frames for the outside.
  • Vitra - Table Solvay
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    Vitra - Table Solvay
    The Jean Prouvé ateliers planed and realized different furnishing projects for the chemistry company Solvay during 1941 and 1942. Therefore, a wooden table which represents Prouvé’s constructions emerged among many other designs: The dining table is embossed by its construction, which connects modern shapes with traditional materials. Metal was hard to find in the beginning of the 40s because of the Second World War. But Jean Prouvé made a virtue out of the necessity: The Solvay table which is completely embossed by its construction follows aesthetics of necessities – similar to the later EM table, which is only different to the Solvay table because of the metal-legs. The tables illustrate the power and the static connection as if it was an architectural project. The diagonal, tapering legs make the Solvay table dynamic and strong. Round tubes traverse the table offering stability to the legs. The legs and the table top, both out of massive wood, contrast the metal and make the table look weightless. Solvay is produced by Vitra today and it represents Jean Prouvé’s design philosophy, which lives from the connection of architecture, technique and handicraft. More details: Materials: Table top: Oiled massive wood; natural oak wood, core-smoked oak wood or American walnut. Base: Suiting the table top of massive oiled oak wood, core-smoked oak wood or American walnut; traverses of steel tube, powder coated.
  • Vitra Panton Dining Chair
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    Vitra Panton Dining Chair
    An original design manufactured by Vitra, the Panton Chair has been through a number of production phases since its original launch. The last version of the chair authorised by Verner Panton was produced in collaboration with the designer at the end of the 1990s. This model realised one of Panton's fundamental objectives for the first time: a plastic chair as an inexpensive industrial product.
  • Vitra - Eames Plastic Armchair DAW
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    Vitra - Eames Plastic Armchair DAW
    The plastic armchairs, designed by Charles and Ray Eames in 1950, were first presented at the "Low Cost Furniture Design" competition of the MoMA in New York. The organic formed seats made of plastic were later combined with different bases and were millionfold produced. Their actual version, which is made of polypropylen gives you a more improved seating comfort. The Eames Plastic Armchair DAW (Dining Height Armchair Wooden Base) is also available in other colour variations, plus seat cushion and/ or coated frame variations for the outside.
  • Vitra - Wire Chair DKR
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    Vitra - Wire Chair DKR
    The 1951 presented Wire Chair DKR was inspired by the Plastic Chairs, launched one year before. Contrasting those, the DKR (Dining Height, K-Wire Shell, R-Wire Base) doesn’t consist of plastic, but of steel wire. The shape remains the same – only the variation of the material ensures a really independent appearance. The designers couple Eames used wire in order to create a transparent and weightless acting structure. The Wire Chair by Vitra is also available with other bases such as the sitting cushions.
  • Vitra - Stool - Cork Family
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    Vitra - Stool - Cork Family
    Jasper Morrison is considered to be one of the most influential designers of the present. The furniture and products by the Briton are famous for their particularly simple design. The eco-friendly thinking of the designer is considerably expressed itself in the choice the product material. The models of the Cork Family are made of pressed and tailored recycled wine corks. The variants of the Cork Family can universally be used as either stool or side table. Due to the natural material cork, the cork siblings are extremely sturdy but still comparatively lightweight.
  • Vitra - Metal Side Table Indoor
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    Vitra - Metal Side Table Indoor
    With their balanced proportions and the attractive contrast between thin table-boards and socket-like voluminous frames, the Metal Side Tables by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec of the year 2004 look nice at many places and for many purposes. Their new colours are perfectly combinable with the inside and outside usable Waver Lounger , whose frame is available in the same colours. The Metal Side Tables count to the category of furniture that aren’t the focus of a furnished surrounding, but that are indispensable to fulfill just that one. As small, unobtrusive helpers, they fulfill a whole lot of valuable duties. They change their place easily and are usable for many different purposes. The Metal Side Tables, made out of unformed and welded steel sheets are high gloss polished and equipped with felt pads for the protection of your floor.
  • Vitra DCM by Charles and Ray Eames
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    Vitra DCM by Charles and Ray Eames
    Dining Chair Metal (DCM) authentically manufactured by Vitra. Designed by Charles and Ray Eames in 1945. The Eames often varied their chair designs by combining one seat shell with different bases. Accordingly, from the very outset, Plywood Group was optionally available with a chromed tubular steel frame which lent the design a greater sense of lightness and created an exciting tension between its two contrasting materials. Dimensions: Chair: Height 74cm x Width 52cm x Depth 57cm. Seat: Height 40cm x Width 49cm x Depth 50cm. Available in black or natural ash.
  • Vitra - Eames Plastic Armchair DAR - fully upholstered
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    Vitra - Eames Plastic Armchair DAR - fully upholstered
    The Plastic Armchairs were presented in the frame of the “Low Cost Furniture Design” competition of the Museum of Modern Art’s in New York in the year 1950 for the first time. The organic seat were combined with different bases and produced in millions later on. Vitra produces the Plastic Side Chair with full upholstery as fulfil of the product series. The organic formed bowls offer an especially good comfort with the upholstery and spread a homely atmosphere. The 13 colours of the cover fabric Hopsak are freely combinable with the 8 seat bowl colours. Together with the base, numerous combination possibilities emerge. The upholstery is fixed at the seat with a strip in black or white. As well as the not-upholstered Plastic Armchair DAR, the seat also consists of dyed-throughout polypropylene and lays on a wire frame with struts.
  • Vitra - Eames Plastic Side Chair DSW
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    Vitra - Eames Plastic Side Chair DSW
    The Eames Plastic Side Chair, which has been designed by Charles and Ray Eames in 1950, is a contemporary version of the legendary Fibreglass Chair. It was created in connection with Zenith Plastics for the "Low Cost Furniture Design" competition of the Museum of Modern Art's and was the first industrial made chair produced out of plastic. DSW (Dining Side Shell Wood) is a version of the Eames Plastic Side Chair with a wooden base, which Charles and Ray Eames first used in 1951 in connection with the Wire Chair. The unusual material mix of conical running feet made of maple with diagonal round bar steel, which together result to a strong, static construction, gives this chair an independent character.
  • Vitra - Eames Plastic Side Chair DSW
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    Vitra - Eames Plastic Side Chair DSW
    The Eames Plastic Side Chair, which has been designed by Charles and Ray Eames in 1950, is a contemporary version of the legendary Fibreglass Chair. It was created in connection with Zenith Plastics for the "Low Cost Furniture Design" competition of the Museum of Modern Art's and was the first industrial made chair produced out of plastic. DSW (Dining Side Shell Wood) is a version of the Eames Plastic Side Chair with a wooden base, which Charles and Ray Eames first used in 1951 in connection with the Wire Chair. The unusual material mix of conical running feet made of maple with diagonal round bar steel, which together result to a strong, static construction, gives this chair an independent character.
  • Vitra - East River Chair
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    Vitra - East River Chair
    With the East River Chair, Vitra presents a small armchair, which connects the different design worlds. Tradition and modernity are connected in the lounge chair made by Hella Jongerius, becoming a wonderful unity. The bribing shape, given to the East River Chair from the Netherlands designer, says it all: Ample lines, which take the weight of the East River Chair with their slim shapes. This is how the lounge chair from Bitra suits to relax without acting formally overloaded. The East River Chair unforcedly connects different materials, such as wood, metal, fabric or leather – a characteristic of Hella Jongerius. More details: Vitra offers the East River Chair in different editions: Seat: Laminated. Upholstery: Polyurethane foam with fabric cover. Coating: Leather and fabrics (Laser, Hopsack, Plano) in adapted colour combinations (light, red, green or blue) Frame: Natural oak wood with legs cross of powder-coated steel in ivory or dark oak with legs cross of powder-coated steel in coffee.
  • Vitra Aluminium Group Chair EA 124 by Charles and Ray Eames
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    Vitra Aluminium Group Chair EA 124 by Charles and Ray Eames
    Lounge chair designed by Charles and Ray Eames in 1958. The Aluminium Chair is one of the greatest furniture designs of the 20th century. Standing out for its intelligent combination of materials. The covers are attached inside the aluminium profile sections and simply stretched over the frame, transforming them from mere coverings to a load-bearing part of the structure. It adapts to fit the body snugly and delivers great comfort, even without extensive upholstery. An optional Ottoman provides extra comfort. Vitra has produced the Aluminium Chair programme for many decades to a consistently high quality. On the basis of this experience they are now granting a 30-year guarantee on all chairs of the Aluminium Group and the Soft Pad Group. Polished or chrome finished base. Upholstery available in a wide range of new Hopsack colours or Netweave fabrics.. Glides for hard or soft floors. Materials: Die-cast aluminium structure, high-frequency welded upholstery. Dimensions: Chair (EA 124): 985 x 650 x 780 mm. Ottoman (EA 125): 354 x 535 x 546 mm.
  • Vitra - Prismatic Table
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    Vitra - Prismatic Table
    Noguchi's "Prismatic Table" is based on purely geometric forms. This novel three-legged side table with its hexagonal tabletop is made of folded sheet aluminium and was inspirerd by traditional Japanese paper folding techniques. Isamu Noguchi there designed a side table which could as well be presented as artwork in the middle of a room. Out of coated aluminium and without further ornamentation or colours, the table is exceptional but not obtrusive, functional and still simple: All in one a contemporaneous piece of minimalistic design.
  • Vitra - Elephant Stool
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    Vitra - Elephant Stool
    The Elephant Stool is one of the most famous post-war Japanese designs and is still as convincing as ever with its clear formal idiom and great functionality. Suitable for indoors, balconies and gardens, the stacking stool can even be used as an easy-to-transport picnic stool. More details: Design: Sori Yanagi, 1954. Material: Coloured polypropylen. Measurements: H 370 × W 510 × D 465 mm.
  • Vitra - Wood Bench
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    Vitra - Wood Bench
    As if it had always existed: The simplicity of the Vitra Wood Bench appears familiar at first glance. Nevertheless, the design of the solid wood bench is from the year 2014. Benches were hardly seen for quite a while, especially not in private households. However, for some time now, their character as a sharing seating-accommodation is finally again highly appreciated in many places and the bench experiences a renaissance in many areas of public and private life. The Vitra Wood Bench, created by the designer Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby, is a robust and at the same time elegant bench made of solid wood. According to its constructive simplicity, it appears as an old, well-known friend. With its straightforward construction and the curved edges at the bottom of the seating which gives the bench a slim look, the Wood Bench by Vitra excellently suits the Vitra Wood Table. Thanks to its archetypal shape, the Wood Bench is also a perfect match for many different tables or a wonderful unique specimen on its own in various facilities. The Vitra Wood Bench is 41 cm wide and on request, it is available with the length of 220, 240 and 260 cm as well as in further wood variants.
  • Vitra Aluminium Group Chair EA 101 by Charles and Ray Eames
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    Vitra Aluminium Group Chair EA 101 by Charles and Ray Eames
    The new Eames Aluminium Chairs EA 101, EA 103 and EA 104 are ideal for using in combination with tables. In comparison to the other models in the Aluminium Group, they have narrower and higher seats, more upright backrests and shorter armrests. Thanks to a wide selection of colours, it's easy to find the perfect chair for any setting – from home dining rooms and restaurants to office meeting areas. An important characteristic of the Aluminium Chair is the intelligent combination of materials and clear construction. Aluminium sections lend the chair both stability and lightness. The material is fixed into the side sections, yet fitted loosely so that it follows the line of the body and is comfortable without requiring extensive upholstery. This material is not a cover but an integral part of the design. EA 101 is non swivel with no arms. Upholstery available in a new range of Hopsak colours or Netweave fabrics. Felt glides for hard floors or nylon glides for carpet. Also available EA 103 - swivel with arms and EA 104 - swivel with arms. Materials: Die-cast aluminium structure, high-frequency welded upholstery. Polished or chrome finished base. Dimensions: H845 x D348 x W500mm. Seat height 425mm.
  • Vitra Amoebe Lounge Chair
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    Vitra Amoebe Lounge Chair
    Several versions of Amoebe were created in 1970 for Verner Panton's Visionary installation. It is a marvellous example of close-to-the-floor lounge furniture and embodies the zestful, cheeky spirit of the early 1970s. In vibrant, radiant colours, with its flexible backrest shell the re-edition delivers even better sitting comfort. Available in a variety of colours.
  • Vitra - Mariposa Sofa
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    Vitra - Mariposa Sofa
    The Mariposa Sofa of the duo Edward Barber & Jay Osgerby for Vitra appears inviting and comfortable. The unique qualities promise: Comfort is the major feature! The open appearance already invites to sit on it on the first sight. Thereby the comfortable Vitra Mariposa Sofa remains withdrawing with its clear outlines and the balanced proportions, in order to fit in different rooms. The all-round cushioning keeps the promise of the Mariposa Sofa: The user of the Vitra Sofa is surrounded by cushions all over, avoiding contact to hard parts. The side elements and the backrest are adjustable with a clever mechanism, so that the adaptation to the body looks for equals. More details: Frame: Belted metal frame with polyurethane foam. Cushion: PU and visco foams with compartments-cushioning. Compartments-cushioning with feathers and PU-chips. Back & armrest cushions: Compartment-cushioning with feathers and PU-sticks. Pads: Adjustable plastic pads. Covers: Removable. Fabrics: Laser, Olimpo, Corsaro, Dumet, Iroko, Credo, Moss. Colours: Diverse.
  • Vitra Occasional Table LTR by Charles and Ray Eames
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    Vitra Occasional Table LTR by Charles and Ray Eames
    Low Table Rod Base (LTR) table, can be used as a side table in many different interiors. Charles and Ray Eames had several different versions of them in the Eames House. Even today there are many of these tables standing there, individually or in groups, decorated with objects from the Eames collection or simply acting as side table next to armchairs and sofas. Available in three different finishes: Black or white laminate, or gold leaf. Dimensions: Height 25cm Width 39cm Depth 34cm.
  • Vitra - Cone Table
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    Vitra - Cone Table
    Cone as design element: The Cone Table designed by Verner Panton in 1958, is reduced to few geometric forms. Verner Panton was ahead of the times with his designs. Verner Panton was always famous for his designs, which surprise despite of the clear shapes. The Cone Table is one of these designs: Watched from above, it is a round couch table. From the sides however, the table by Vitra astonishes: The table board thereby lies on the tip and reminds us of a pushpin. The Cone Table was ahead of the time with the bribing clearness sin design. Vitra manufactures the Cone Table with a foot of stainless steel and a table top of HPL, with an all-surrounding plastic edge. One can only guess how futuristic and provocative the design “carried so far” impressed in the year of its launch in 1958. But it is a fact that the couch table made by Vitra looks gorgeous combined with the Panton Cone Chairs.
  • Grand Repos by Antonio Citterio for Vitra
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    Grand Repos by Antonio Citterio for Vitra
    With its generous padding, inviting armrests and high back, the Repos visually exudes the kind of comfort that only a large, swivel lounge chair can offer. Its taller brother, the Grand Repos, boasts a higher backrest and an expressive wing chair element to enhance this aura even further. With the Grand Repos lounge chair, Vitra and Antonio Citterio bring a new quality of comfort and motion to the world of living: A concealed synchronised mechanism holds the chair in position across its full range of motion. It can adapt to all seating positions – from a reading to a reclining position. The wide armrests and the body-contoured backrest in the lumbar zone ensure pleasant sitting. The four-star base made of die-cast aluminium comes in polished or powder coated versions. The Repos and Grand Repos are available in a variety of leathers and fabrics, with decorative seams that lend the chair a distinctly contemporary, almost technical flair. See downloads, for us for samples. The upholstered small Panchina bench can be used as a simple seat or as a matching ottoman to the Repos and Grand Repos. There are also ottomans available to match the two lounge chairs. Materials: Carcass - moulded polyurethane foam with belted plastic frame. Four-star base - die-cast aluminium with a polished finish. Also available in powder coated coloured finish. Neck cushion - included, filled with feathers. Dimensions: Grand Repos Lounge chair: W74 x D81 x H41/110cm. Panchina footstool : W75 x D33 x H40cm. Panchina footstool : W100 x D33 x H40cm. Ottoman : W62 x D62 x H40cm.
  • Vitra - Jill Wood Chair
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    Vitra - Jill Wood Chair
    The Jill chair is the first cooperation of Vitra and Alfredo Häberli. Inspired by the beginnings of plywood deformation, Jill sounds the borders of this technology out. Jill Wood moreover possesses a massive wood base. Charles Eames reached crossed the border between two and three dimensional deformation of plywood in the forties for the first time. The fascination for sculptural expression of this soon polywood-prototype is recognizable in many of Alfredo Häberlis designs. The in 1964 in Argentina born Swiss designer works with his studio which has been founded in 1991 for namely companies in product and furniture design, textiles shaping as well as interior architecture, Alfredo Häberli formally refers to the forties with Jill and transforms these into modern organic seats with Vitra and the newest plywood-technology. Jill’s veneers are bent in a patented procedure, until the seats get together. This creates an open and flexible seat with transition of seat to back which follows body contours. Two endless lines, an interior and an exterior, penetrate and surround an area forming a sculptural form which follows the contours of the body offering exceptional seat comfort thanks to high flexibility. The base of Jill has also been partly inspired by historic idols but always offering a contemporary expression to the chair – especially in its distinctive colour which is adapted to the optionally available seat-covers. More details: Seat: Veneer (ash, oak or walnut), three-dimensional deformed. Bases with glides for carpets or with felt glides for hard floor. Four-feet wood base out of natural massive oak, black ash or black pigmented walnut.
  • Vitra Aluminium Group Chair EA 108 by Charles and Ray Eames
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    Vitra Aluminium Group Chair EA 108 by Charles and Ray Eames
    Dining or office chair designed by Charles and Ray Eames in 1958. The chairs in the Aluminium Group are the most famous creations by Charles and Ray Eames. Designed in 1958 they rate amongst the great achievements in the design history of the 20th century. An important characteristic of the Aluminium Chair is the intelligent combination of materials. It has a clear, transparent form and its construction is clearly visible. Aluminium sections lend the chair both stability and lightness. The material is fixed into the side sections, yet fitted loosely so that it follows the line of the body and is comfortable without requiring extensive upholstery. This material is not a cover but an integral part of the design. Polished or chrome finished base. Upholstery available in a wide range of new hopsack colours or Netweave fabrics. Glides for hard or soft floors. Swivel. Materials: Die-cast aluminium structure, high-frequency welded upholstery. Dimensions: 830 x 580 x 590 mm.
  • Vitra - Softshell Chair
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    Vitra - Softshell Chair
    Unobtrusive comfort: The ergonomic advantages aren’t visible on the first sight when looking at the Vitra Softshell Chair. This makes the Bouroullec brothers made Soft Shell Chair a comfortable multipurpose chair. There are vertical lamellae in the back of the Vitra Softshell Chair, which adapt to the user’s back. That’s how the body is completely free to move while all the important parts of the body are supported – during a long time. Soft forms, soft cushions and inviting appeal make the Vitra Softshell also a friendly companion regarding the appearance. That is how the Vitra Softshell becomes an ergonomic and comfortable companion for the living room, the office or conference rooms. Vitra produces the innovative backrest of the Softshell Chair out of fiberglass reinforced polyamide. The cushions in the seat and the backrest of the Erwan & Ronan Bouroullec made multipurpose chair are made of polyurethane foam. The four-foot base is made of polyamide. The Vitra Softshell Chair is also available in further colours as well as with leather coating. A swivel four-foot base out of aluminium as well as a swivel and sprung five-foot aluminium base on castors are available.
  • Vitra - EM Table
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    Vitra - EM Table
    Jean Prouvé designed his EM table in 1950. The dining table is embossed by its construction, which combines industrial architecture with formal aesthetics. Prouvé developed the EM Table for the prefabricated house project “Maison Tropique” already in the beginning of the 50s. The table, embossed by its construction until the smallest details, follows aesthetics of necessity. It illustrates the creative process and the static connection on a way we only know from engineer’s constructions. The diagonally placed, butted feet offer a constructive dynamism and strength to the EM Table. A traverse of round-tube connects the feet in order to reach some stability. The oak wood veneered table top contrasts the metal and makes the table look more weightless, The EM Table is produced by Vitra today and it is a sensual appearance for the Jean Prouvé design philosophy, which loves from the connection of architecture, technique and handicraft. Since the EM Table consists of the same material and form of the Standard chairs of Prouvé, the furniture pieces by the French constructor are perfectly combinable.
  • Vitra - Rise Table
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    Vitra - Rise Table
    The Vitra Rise Table is practical for every home. The decent shape of the small table doesn’t reveal its multi-functionality immediately. The round table top and the also round base make the Rise Table quietly suitable for every place, since the minimalistic shape made by Jasper Morrison is universal and adaptable. The central detail of the Rise Table is the name’s responsible height adjustment mechanism: The table top is continuously risable. The table top of the versatile Vitra table makes it suitable for many purposes with the heights between 47.5 and 66 cm: Couch table, side table, serving table or small tray table. Vitra produces the Rise Table out of aluminium. The table top has a practical carrying handle, which makes the Rise Table a completed multifunctional, portable companion.
  • Vitra - Miniature Eames RAR
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    Vitra - Miniature Eames RAR
    The Fiberglass Chairs are rare examples of a satisfying synthesis of formal and technical innovation. For the first time in the history of design, Charles and Ray Eames utilized the unlimited malleability of plastic for the development of a comfortable seating shell that corresponds to the shape of the human body. The idea of making a three-dimensional molded shell goes back to a design from 1940. The original attempt to make the shell out of plywood was unsuccessful, however, due to the extreme conditions necessary to mold the material. Only with the advent of fiberglass technology was it possible to achieve satisfying results. The first Fiberglass Chair went into production in 1950. After years of research, Charles and Ray Eames were able to realize their goal: An industrially produced chair that is inexpensive, sturdy, and comfortable. The Fiberglass Chairs come in several versions: With an A-shaped shell (armchair) or S-shaped shell (side chair) and on different bases, one of which is the famous »Eiffel Tower« base. Until 1968, Herman Miller also produced a rocking chair base. Every Herman Miller employee who expected a baby received it as a gift until 1984. The original of the Eames RAR Rocking Chair was designed by Charles and Ray Eames in 1950 and it is produced as 1:1 model by the Vitra International AG, Basel/Switzerland. The here offered miniature by Vitra (scale 1:6) consists of a synthetic bowl in off-white and an iron wire coaster “Eifel Tower”.
  • Vitra - Eames Plastic Side Chair DSX
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    Vitra - Eames Plastic Side Chair DSX
    Eames Plastic Side Chair is a contemporary version of the legendary Fiberglass Chair. It was created in cooperation with Zenith Plastics for the "Low Cost Furniture Design" competition of the Museum of Modern Art's and was the first industrial made chair out of plastic. The organic shaped seat is connected to the metal base with integrated »Shock Mounts«, which gives you a relaxing, and very comfortable sitting feeling. Wether in privacy, restaurants, waiting rooms, offices, conference rooms or large halls, the Eames Plastic Chair DSX (Dining Height Side Chair X-Base) fits in all kinds of ambiences. The Eames Plastic Side Chair by Charles & Ray Eames, out of the year 1950, is also available in other colours, with other cushions and/ or with a different coated base for outdoor use.
  • Vitra - MedaPal Office Swivel Chair
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    Vitra - MedaPal Office Swivel Chair
    MedaPal concentrates on the essential. The formally easily causing office chair combines intelligent technology with high seat comfort, is constructed simply and user-friendly and is easily adjusted and conclusive to the individual needs. The back support manufactured out of a shower supports in the lower area and offers simultaneously flexibility in the shoulder region. Seat shell and arm support carrier are made out of polyamide. Thus MedaPal is easy, comfortable and stably at the same time. The aimed use of the materials enables an economic solution with high quality. MedaPal Eco places moreover importance on the ecological aspect. The office swivel chair was first-rate with the Greenguard certificate and the environmental seal of approval of "the blue angel" and is recyclable to 94%. More details: Office swivel chair after EN 1335/ Ergonomie-Siegel (ergonomics approval). Synchromechanics with individual adaptation of the back support against power. Mechanics with wide opening angle can lock in upright seating position. With or without arm supports with TPE levy in basic dark. Armrests in height and width adjustably. Optionally with Lumbal support in the height adaptable to the contour of the back. Profile seat standard moderate with seat height adjustment. Seat shell, arm support carrier, frame and undercarriage out of optical fiber reinforced Polyamid basic dark. Seat cushion out of polyurethane foam (CFC freely). Seat references in the qualities: Nova (with seam) or torso Meda. Back support: Freely tensed up knitted network reference (Netline) or cord material torso Meda.
  • Vitra - Mochi Pouf
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    Vitra - Mochi Pouf
    Warm, soft and friendly: Mochi Pouf was created by Hella Jongerius in her unmistakable style. The stool by Vitra bribes with contrastive colours. Mochi Pouf was named after a sea urchin, but it is much cosier than its maritime relative: The spines are represented by the stripes of the Mochi laterals. In the Hella Jongerius design it is clearly visible how much the Netherlands designer emphasizes lovingly details. Thereby the Vitra Mochi Pouf is much more than only a stool – Mochi also serves as ottoman or as voluminous cushion. The fabric out of knitted material was especially developed for Mochi and it is easy to remove and clean. Mochi is usable everywhere thanks to the robust ground coating.
  • Vitra Slow Chair & Ottoman
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    Vitra Slow Chair & Ottoman
    Expansive armchair with ottoman designed by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec in 2007. Uses an extremely strong, precisely shaped knit which is stretched over the metal frame like a fitted stocking. Thanks to the knit sling cover, the Slow Chair combines soft comfort with ergonomic support, which is further enhanced by thin seat and back cushions. The translucent sling cover replaces the thick cushions of traditional armchairs, resulting in a design that is lightweight, yet generously proportioned. Available in four colour ways - with either powder coated (chocolate colour), or polished aluminium base. Dimensions: Chair: Height 89cm x Width 95cm x Depth 93cm. Seat: Height 24cm x Width 89cm x Depth 66cm. Ottoman: Height 32cm x Width 70cm x Depth 53cm.
  • Vitra - Tray Table
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    Vitra - Tray Table
    Tray Table boasts a simple elegance as well as refined structural elements. Thanks to its simple mechanism, which enables users to vary its height easily, and the asymmetry of its design, the table can be placed directly next to an armchair, a sofa or even a bed. This makes Tray Table a faithful companion in a large number of living situations. More details: Design: George Nelson, 1949. Material: Plywood tabletop, chromed tubular steel base. Measurements: 495-695 X387 x 387 mm. Availablility: Maple, black ash.
  • Vitra - Standard Chair
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    Vitra - Standard Chair
    Jean Prouvé made a big classic piece with his Standard chair: It was initially designed in 1934 and re-edited in 1950 by the French designer. Vitra interpreted the chair again and brought it to contemporaneity. A chair has to be resistant in its back legs, since there rests the weight of the body relaxing on it. This simple cognition was realized on an embossing way in the Standard chair by the designer and constructer Jean Prouvé: The backside legs of the chair are voluminous hollow bodies giving the load to the ground, while the front-legs are less loaded, consisting of steel tube. The Standard is a model for Prouvés architectural design approach: The chair follows the rules of utility and shows its construction outspokenly. The materials are as timeless as the construction: Vitra produces the Standard chair out of steel and oak wood. The chair is available in different colours.
  • Vitra Tabouret Solvay by Jean Prouve
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    Vitra Tabouret Solvay by Jean Prouve
    Tabouret Solvay is a simple, robust stool made of solid wood with a signature design that is visible at first glance: Jean Prouvé developed it, applying the design principles that he is known for. Thanks to its level seat, Tabouret Solvay can also be used as an occasional table. Dimensions: Seat D350cm Height 450cm Materials: Seat: Solid wood - oiled natural oak, oiled smoked oak or oiled american walnut. Connecting element: Sheet steel, powder- coated deep black.
  • Vitra - Wood Table
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    Vitra - Wood Table
    As if it had always existed: The simplicity of the Vitra Wood Table appears familiar at first glance. Nevertheless, the design of the solid wood table is from the year 2014. The Wood Table is an elegant, unobtrusive table made of solid wood whose structure gains its greatest possible stability with only a minimum input of constructive elements. The table stands out due to its archetypal shape and its harmonious proportions and appears as an old, well-known friend at first sight. Thanks to the designer Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby who created the fascinating design of the Wood Table for the manufacturer Vitra in 2014. Nevertheless, the Vitra Wood Table is absolutely unique: Its massive, (in a cross-section) oval legs are connected with strong aluminium bridges in width which provide stability and safeguard the frameless solid wood table top against deformation. The curved edges at the bottom of the table top are not only just a gesture for the comfort of the user. Depending on the viewing angle, the table top appears especially slim and thus, highlights the elegance of the design. This design characteristic is also used for the Wood Bench which explains why the two designs make a perfect match together. The Vitra Wood Table is 90 cm wide and on request, it is also available with the length of 220, 240 and 260 cm as well as in a further variant made of American Walnut.
  • Vitra - Hexagonal Table
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    Vitra - Hexagonal Table
    Alexander Girard designed the Hexagonal Table, which is presented as re-edition by Vitra. The six-sides table from 1967 is as current as ever today. The most exceptional material used is a hexagonal table top out of polished aluminium. Alexander Girard, famous as big designer of fabrics, colours, patterns and textures, equipped it with a tree-dimensional triangle pattern, which is able to mirror the incoming light as geometric pattern on the walls. This specialty and the playful effect counteract the cool materiality of this piece, whose remarkably sprayed four-leg frame is also made of aluminium die casting. These qualities make the Vitra Hexagonal Table a special highlight in rooms, since curious glimpses are assured as well as when it was presented in the 1960s.
  • Repos by Antonio Citterio for Vitra
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    Repos by Antonio Citterio for Vitra
    With its generous padding, inviting armrests and high back, the Repos visually exudes the kind of comfort that only a large, swivel lounge chair can offer. Its taller brother, the Grand Repos, boasts a higher backrest and an expressive wing chair element to enhance this aura even further. With the Grand Repos lounge chair, Vitra and Antonio Citterio bring a new quality of comfort and motion to the world of living: A concealed synchronised mechanism holds the chair in position across its full range of motion. It can adapt to all seating positions – from a reading to a reclining position. The wide armrests and the body-contoured backrest in the lumbar zone ensure pleasant sitting. The four-star base made of die-cast aluminium comes in polished or powder coated versions. The Repos and Grand Repos are available in a variety of leathers and fabrics, with decorative seams that lend the chair a distinctly contemporary, almost technical flair. The upholstered small Panchina bench can be used as a simple seat or as a matching ottoman to the Repos and Grand Repos. There are also ottomans available to match the two lounge chairs. Materials: Carcass - moulded polyurethane foam with belted plastic frame. Four-star base - die-cast aluminium with a polished finish. Also available in powder coated coloured versions. Neck cushion - included, filled with feathers. Dimensions: Repos Lounge chair: W74 x D81 x H41/109.5cm. Panchina footstool : W75 x D33 x H40cm. Panchina footstool : W100 x D33 x H40cm. Ottoman : W62 x D62 x H40cm.
  • Vitra - Hal Ply Wood
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    Vitra - Hal Ply Wood
    “Hello, my name is HAL”, is what the onboard computer said in the space shuttle Discovery. As intelligent being, HAL is emphatic and recognizes people’s will. The British designer Jasper Morrison made the Supercomputer out of Stanley Kubrick’s classic “2001: A Space Odyssey” the name-giver of his chair with an eyewink. As well as its cineaste idol, HAL is characterized by his helpful soul. But not as his name-giver of the film, the humans will remain protected and safe in this case. The chair is prepared for new situations flexibly and recognizes new demands, in order to react carefully. “Usually, special is less usable than normal”, said Jasper Morrison about a design that isn’t extraordinary, but “supernormal”, displayed in the HAL, integrating in the rules of every day- The seat of the chair allows the most different seating positions, offers movement to the user as well as high comfort, and supports the dynamism of seating as well as a friendly helper. The HAL Ply Wood consists of a plywood seat as well as a non-stackable, massive wooden frame out of bright oak wood, dark oak wood and black pigmented walnut. The connection seat-frame consists of powder-coated aluminium die casting. The chairs are available with synthetic pads for carpets or felt pads for hard (wooden-) grounds.
  • Vitra Eames Lounge Chair & Ottoman
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    Vitra Eames Lounge Chair & Ottoman
    Charles Eames’ declared aim for the Lounge Chair and Ottoman was to combine the utmost comfort with high-end materials and high-quality finishing. The result: a modern interpretation of the traditional English club chair, boasting a convincingly well thought-out construction, right down to its tiniest details. Just as he intended, the chair conveys the impression of a soft, well-used baseball glove, inviting the user to sink back into it. Available in different leather colours and base finish, for further details
  • Vitra - Eames Plastic Side Chair DSW
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    Vitra - Eames Plastic Side Chair DSW
    The Eames Plastic Side Chair, which has been designed by Charles and Ray Eames in 1950, is a contemporary version of the legendary Fibreglass Chair. It was created in connection with Zenith Plastics for the "Low Cost Furniture Design" competition of the Museum of Modern Art's and was the first industrial made chair produced out of plastic. DSW (Dining Side Shell Wood) is a version of the Eames Plastic Side Chair with a wooden base, which Charles and Ray Eames first used in 1951 in connection with the Wire Chair. The unusual material mix of conical running feet made of maple with diagonal round bar steel, which together result to a strong, static construction, gives this chair an independent character.
  • Vitra - Jill Tube Chair
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    Vitra - Jill Tube Chair
    The Jill chair is the first cooperation of Vitra and Alfredo Häberli. Inspired by the beginnings of plywood deformation, Jill sounds the borders of this technology out. Jill Wood moreover possesses a filigree steel rod base. Charles Eames reached crossed the border between two and three dimensional deformation of plywood in the forties for the first time. The fascination for sculptural expression of this soon polywood-prototype is recognizable in many of Alfredo Häberlis designs. The in 1964 in Argentina born Swiss designer works with his studio which has been founded in 1991 for namely companies in product and furniture design, textiles shaping as well as interior architecture, Alfredo Häberli formally refers to the forties with Jill and transforms these into modern organic seats with Vitra and the newest plywood-technology. Jill’s veneers are bent in a patented procedure, until the seats get together. This creates an open and flexible seat with transition of seat to back which follows body contours. Two endless lines, an interior and an exterior, penetrate and surround an area forming a sculptural form which follows the contours of the body offering exceptional seat comfort thanks to high flexibility. The base of Jill has also been partly inspired by historic idols but always offering a contemporary expression to the chair – especially in its distinctive colour which is adapted to the optionally available seat-covers. More details: Seat: Veneer (ash, oak or walnut), three-dimensional deformed. Bases: All bases with glides for carpets or with felt glides for hard floor. Four-feet steel rod base, not stackable, chromed or powder coated (colours: ivory, ice grey, chocolate, raspberry)
  • Vitra - Living Tower
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    Vitra - Living Tower
    Verner Panton’s Living Tower impresses: By its safe size, its revolutionary room concept, its vivid colours and its extreme modernity. Already designed in 1969, Vitra re-vitalizes the futuristic classic piece. Verner Panton concentrated on newish room concepts in the end of the 1960s. The optimism spirit of the “Space Age” brought up organic futuristic shapes, which weren’t part of conventional living anymore. Panton’s Living Tower is one of the most consequent examples for the search after new things; The Danish wanted to use the three dimensions of a room and also planned vertically. This is how Panton designed some room installations including his Living Tower. The experiments era is understood when one gets closer to the Living Tower (also known as Pantower ): It is possible to sit, lie, relax and sleep on four different levels. The gaps enable different comfortable positions. The Living Tower is exceptionally communicative because of the creative aura and the fact that the piece of furniture is used by more than one person at the same time. Vitra manufactures the unusual piece of furniture with a stable frame of birch wood, cushions of polyurethane foam and a sophisticated coating out of the Kvadrat Tonus fabric, so that there is no doubt for its comfort. The press already was exceptionally clever then, when it was about the seat sculpture: Ascriptions such as “furnished wall”, “seat tower” or “living room honeycomb” prove how creative one can be with this piece of furniture. This haven’t changed, the Living Tower didn’t age at all by its soft andf clear shape. Verner Panton’s home sculpture still embodies the future and it thereby represents the experimental 60s.
  • Jean Prouvé Prouvé Cité Armchair
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    Jean Prouvé Prouvé Cité Armchair
    Favored among collectors, the Cité Armchair (1930) exhibits a certain static dynamism inherent to Jean Prouvé's work with its low build and angled backrest. A resilient fabric sling seat is stretched over the chair's tubular steel frame to produce a hammock effect, following the contours and movement of the body for constant support. Distinctive sheet steel runners serve as the base, giving way to thick leather belt armrests that invite contact with their smooth tactility. The tobacco fabric has a red frame; the black fabric has a matching black frame. One of Prouvé's few designs that he used in his own home, the Cité Armchair is a compelling lounge option for residential and commercial spaces. Reproduced to exacting standards by Vitra. Made in Germany.
  • Vitra Dining Table
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    Vitra Dining Table
    Isamu Noguchi's Dining Table is one of the most elegant dining tables designed in the 20th century. A variation on Noguchi's Rocking Stool design, the table echoes the latter's central supporting base made of chromed rods. The cast iron ring-shaped base offers weighty support with a light aesthetic. Vitra Design Museum Collection.
  • Vitra Nelson Bench
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    Vitra Nelson Bench
    This bench's clear, straightforward lines reflect Nelson's architectural background. The bench was designed by Georg Nelson in 1946. Like many design classics it can be used flexibly as either a bench or an occasional table. The siting bench out of natural ash wood is pretty to look at with its inviting, black lacquered base. Let you be inspired by traditional images and also sit on George Nelson’s bench to simply relax.
  • Vitra - Eames Occasional Table LTR
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    Vitra - Eames Occasional Table LTR
    The side table Occasional Table LTR (Low Table Rod Base) was designed by Charles and Ray Eames in 1950 as small, variable side table and used by themselves in the Eames House. Today there are still a lot of small side tables, which - single or in a group - are decorated with things of the Eames collection in the Eames House. The Occasional Table LTR by Vitra is also available in a gold-plated edition.
  • Vitra - Alcove Plume Sofa
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    Vitra - Alcove Plume Sofa
    A sofa can present much more than the common qualities such a piece of furniture should have and become an independent room inside of a room. This straight thought inspired Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec when they designed the Alcove Sofa. The designer brothers added a ground-close sofa with a very homely shape to their Alcove sofa family: The Alcove Plume. The thick, wide cur seats signalize and offer ultimate comfort. With the pleasant seat and back cushions as well as the high flexible lateral and back panels, the Alcove sofa by Vitra makes up the frame for a world of cosiness, a place of withdrawal. More details: Frame / Carrying structure: Steel, powder coated. Corpus: Back and side panels, MDF-board as carrier, connected by zip closure. Cushion: Multi-layer PU-foam with compartment-cushions. Seat elements removable. Compartments-cushion: Filled with polyurethane foam sticks and feathers. Back and armrests cushions: Filled with feathers and fibres.
  • Vitra - Plate Table
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    Vitra - Plate Table
    Quite in keeping with Jasper Morrison’s philosophy of “super normal” design, the Plate Coffee Tables have a classic shape and finely balanced proportions. The design thrills with its accomplished interplay of soft roundings and precisely positioned edges. The refined base frame and the thin table top complement perfectly and yet are clearly distinct from each other. The Plate Table by Vitra out of the year 2004 is available in different editions.
  • Vitra Noguchi Coffee Table
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    Vitra Noguchi Coffee Table
    Coffee Table is a stunning table designed by Isamu Noguchi, the prominant Japanese-American artist and landscape architect, in 1947. Created as part of a collaboration with the Herman Miller company, Noguchi named this his best work. Now reproduced under license by Vitra. A simple yet complex design, this is a feature table that will add style and character to any interior - a classic example of mid century design that is as relevant today as it was in the 40's. Shown in Black Ash, also available in Walnut and Maple. Please note some simple assembly required.
  • Vitra - Bovist
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    Vitra - Bovist
    A Bovist is a small, spherical mushroom. The name-giver of Vitra is round and a decorative floor cushion, a stool and an Ottoman at the same time. By its embroidery Bovist doesn’t only act friendly and colourful; also its practical usage is immense. The friendly form and the good seating comfort are given to Bovist by its lateral multiple-sewed covers and a filling of small synthetic spheres. Huge embroideries offer a special graphical appeal to the different-coloured tissues that cover the seat. This is how the Hella Jongerius designed Bovist has multiple usages and does fantastically suit in nearly every surrounding. It doesn’t matter how you wish to use it – Bovist is multifunctional. Thanks to the low weight and a handle out of knitted thread, Bovist can easily be re-placed at home. The fabrics cover consists of 70% viscose and 30% linen.
  • Vitra - Basel Chair
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    Vitra - Basel Chair
    With the Basel Chair Jasper Morrison renews the category of the plain classic wooden chair, like it has been industrially produced for the last 100 years. The Basel Chair offers a corrected seating comfort and in its two versions also a special optical attraction thanks to this material combination. The harmonically balanced proportions catch the viewers eye, but the chair only reveals innovations after detailed examination: Seat and back rest of the Basel Chair are made of plastic and they can therefore be better formed organically, structured in the surface and made thinner contrasting plain wood chairs, as a result, they are even more flexible. The designer Jasper Morrison was oriented by classic wooden chairs for his design, changing them according to his idea: “My Basel Chair for example, leans on an ancient, classic form of the German Frankfurt chair. My design revitalized it. Without wit, but with irony. For me, objects have to always posses recognizable characteristics,” said Morrison about his Basel Chair, which is produced by Vitra. Natural beech or dark dyed beech base, seat- and back rest are made of coloured ASA-plastic.
  • Vitra Butterfly Stool Palisander
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    Vitra Butterfly Stool Palisander
    In a unique way the Butterfly Stool combines eastern shapes with the technique of shaping plywood Charles and Ray Eames developed. The gently curved silhouette of the two seat shells is reminiscent of a butterfly's wings.
  • Vitra Wiggle Chair
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    Vitra Wiggle Chair
    Frank Gehry is well-known for his use of unusual materials. With his 1972 furniture series Easy Edges, he succeeded in lending an aesthetic dimension to such an everyday material as cardboard. However, although they look surprisingly simple, the Easy Edges have been constructed with an architect's skill and are exceedingly robust and stable.
  • Vitra - Plywood Group CTM Table
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    Vitra - Plywood Group CTM Table
    The CTM Table is a part of the Plywood Group, which the designer couple Charles and Ray Eames designed for Vitra in the 40s of the 20th century. CTM stands for "Coffee Table Metal" and is easily combined with the other Plywood-Group products. Because of its simple design, it fits in every ensemble. After various experiments to create a round coffee table, in 1946 Charles and Ray Eames came up with their "round coffee table with metal legs", a simple occasional table with a round plywood tabletop slightly raised at the edges and four slim tubular steel legs. The table goes well with the other designs in the Charles and Ray Eames Plywood Group. The meeting with the legendary designer couple Charles and Ray Eames was for Vitra a fundamental meaning: With the production of their designs in 1957 started the history of the manufacturer as a furniture producer. Charles and Ray Eames impressed Vitra a lot.
  • Vitra - Lounge Chair & Ottoman - black ash wood
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    Vitra - Lounge Chair & Ottoman - black ash wood
    Charles & Ray Eames were inspired by the traditional English club chair when they designed their Lounge Chair – accordingly the design acts rustically heavy and extremely comfortable. Charles Eames had the aim of connecting ultimate comfort with the highest quality regarding material and processing. The finely grained, dark ash wood ensures the modern touch of this classic lounger together with the dark Premium leather. Also the legendary Lounge Chair doesn’t renounce the signs of the time, and was accompanied by more variants: The Vitra Lounge Chair in black ash wood is meanwhile available in two sizes – with the classic dimensions and with some expansive, new dimensions. The polished base with felt pads is an exciting contrast with the opaque colours of the Lounge Chair. It doesn’t matter what chair you choose: All combinations perfectly suit each other. We can also offer more combinations of the Vitra Lounge Chair on demand. Please ask us via E-Mail or telephone.
  • Vitra Organic Chair
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    Vitra Organic Chair
    The Organic Chair is a comfortable small reading chair and was made in 1940 as a contribution to the New York MoMA's "Organic Design in Home Furnishings" competition. Formally speaking it was ahead of its time, but owing to the lack of manufacturing techniques, never went into series production. It was not until after 1950 that it became possible to manufacture larger quantities of organically shaped seat shells and market them. The first were chairs such as Eames' famous Plastic Armchair or Saarinen's Tulip Chair. Collection Vitra Design Museum.
  • Vitra - Prouvé Standard SP Chair
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    Vitra - Prouvé Standard SP Chair
    The Standard Chair, made in 1934, belongs to the classic pieces of design history. The characteristic Vitra chair by Jean Prouvé is desired again today. Inspired by the furniture competition for the Cité Universitaire of Nancy, Jeans Prouvé started to combine metal and wood in the 30s- He used the resistance of steel for the stability of the Standard Chair’s base. The backrest and the seat, parts that contact the user’s body, he made of shaped plywood. The characteristic shape of the Prouvé Standard Chair came from one deciding idea: The load of a chair lies on the back feet, the weight of the body must be held there. That easy recognition was realized by the designer and constructor Jean Prouvé on an embossing way: While the less loaded front feet are made of a steel tube, the back feet of the Vitra Standard Chair are voluminous hollow bodies, porting the load they carry to the ground. The Vitra Standard SP Chair is the modern edition of the chair classic of 1934: Vitra produces backrest and seat of plastic today. The quality of the Vitra Standard SP is shown in the convincing cleverness of its construction as well as in its aesthetics. The Vitra Standard Chair is also still available in the classic edition with wooden backrests and seats.
  • Vitra - Elliptical Table ETR
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    Vitra - Elliptical Table ETR
    This low coffee table with its elegant elliptical shape resembles a surfboard and was quickly given the nickname "surfboard table".With its double chromed base, the table formally references a theme repeatedly varied on by the Eames, namely that of shaped steel rods welded together to make a fixed, static structure. ETR = Elliptical Table Rod Base. More details: Design: Charles und Ray Eames,1951. Material: Laminated table top, chromed base made of round bar steel. Measurements: 255 X 2267 x 746mm.
  • Vitra Tom Vac Chair
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    Vitra Tom Vac Chair
    The elegant plastic Tom Vac seat shell with its inviting shape offers great seating comfort both inside and outside: Special additives in the the plastic shell prevent it from bleaching in the sun. Tom Vac is stackable and is an ideal choice when you need to use a lot of chairs. Available with chrome or silver coated leg.
  • Vitra - Elephant Stool
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    Vitra - Elephant Stool
    The Elephant Stool is one of the most famous post-war Japanese designs and is still as convincing as ever with its clear formal idiom and great functionality. Suitable for indoors, balconies and gardens, the stacking stool can even be used as an easy-to-transport picnic stool. More details: Design: Sori Yanagi, 1954. Material: Coloured polypropylen. Measurements: H 370 × W 510 × D 465 mm.
  • Vitra Charles & Ray Eames LCW Chair
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    Vitra Charles & Ray Eames LCW Chair
    Charles & Ray Eames spent years experimenting with new processes for optimising three-dimensionally shaped plywood chairs and the result was this fabulous range of LCW lounge chairs with plywood seat, backrest & base originally designed in 1945/46 and now faithfully brought to life by Vitra.
  • Vitra DSR Eames Plastic Side Chair
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    Vitra DSR Eames Plastic Side Chair
    Eames Plastic Side Chair, which has been designed by Charles and Ray Eames in 1950, is a contemporary version of the legendary Fibreglass Chair. It was created in connection with Zenith Plastics for the "Low Cost Furniture Design" competition of the Museum of Modern Art's and was the first industrial made chair made of plastic. The organic formed seat is linked together with the metal base with integrated »Shock Mounts«, which gives you a relaxing, and very comfortable sitting feeling. Whether in privacy, restaurants, waiting rooms, offices, conference rooms, or large halls, the Eames Plastic Chair fits in all kinds of surroundings. The Eames Plastic Side Chair DSR (Dining Height Side Chair Rod Base) is also available in other colour variations, cushions and/ or coated base editions for outdoors. Furthermore an edition with a coated frame for outdoors can be ordered.
  • Vitra Charles & Ray Eames EA 217 Swivel Chair
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    Vitra Charles & Ray Eames EA 217 Swivel Chair
    The Vitra E217 swivel chair from the soft pad group designed by Charles & Ray Eames makes for an interesting contrast with its stitched leather upholstery, slim aluminium profile and a medium height backrest it looks great in study areas. Vitra also grants a 30-year guarantee on all chairs from the Soft Pad Group. Available in a range of colours of leather finish and two choices of base finish, polished or chromed. Complete with castors or glides to suit your floor whether carpet or timber (you will be asked to confirm which type of castors are required after placing your order). Also available without armrests upon request.
  • Vitra - Butterfly Stool
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    Vitra - Butterfly Stool
    The Butterfly Stool by Vitra connects eastern forms with the Charles & Ray Eames technique of processing plywood, on a unique way. The Japanese designer Sori Yanagi already designed the Butterfly Stool in the year 1954. The softly swung silhouette of both seats of the Butterfly Stool reminds of the wings of a butterfly, that is the reason why it has its name. Vitra manufactures the Butterfly Stool out of lacquered form-plywood in different editions. The fittings consist of brass. The Butterfly Stool is in the collection of the Vitra Design Museum.
  • Vitra - .06 Armchair
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    Vitra - .06 Armchair
    The .06 Armchair of Vitra is mint by the same formal intransigence as the .05 Armchair. Both were designed by Maarten van Severen, who considered to give them a reduced look. The large comfort of the .06 Armchair developes by using it: The soft, made of integral skin foam, leaf springs in seat and back rest arranges a dynamic feeling while sitting down, and the highest comfort, and laziness. The tubular frame of the armchair is made of stainless steel, which makes it really flexible, and resistant to outward influences. Because of that, it is really suitable for the outside, too.
  • Vitra Lobby Chair With Castors Base
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    Vitra Lobby Chair With Castors Base
    Vitra's Lobby chair structured principle consists of three individual upholstered sections connected by means of aluminium side sections. The Lobby Chairs were originally designed for the lobby at the Rockefeller Centre in New York and in subsequent years various versions were produced, but they all have one thing in common: outstanding comfort. Two types of castor are available depending on your floor type, H braked (for carpet) and S braked (for hard floor) once your order is complete you will be asked to confirm which type you require. This Chair is available as chair with glides please
  • Vitra - Eames Plastic Side Chair DSW
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    Vitra - Eames Plastic Side Chair DSW
    The Eames Plastic Side Chair, which has been designed by Charles and Ray Eames in 1950, is a contemporary version of the legendary Fibreglass Chair. It was created in connection with Zenith Plastics for the "Low Cost Furniture Design" competition of the Museum of Modern Art's and was the first industrial made chair produced out of plastic. DSW (Dining Side Shell Wood) is a version of the Eames Plastic Side Chair with a wooden base, which Charles and Ray Eames first used in 1951 in connection with the Wire Chair. The unusual material mix of conical running feet made of maple with diagonal round bar steel, which together result to a strong, static construction, gives this chair an independent character.
  • Vitra - Eames Plastic Side Chair DSX
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    Vitra - Eames Plastic Side Chair DSX
    Eames Plastic Side Chair is a contemporary version of the legendary Fiberglass Chair. It was created in cooperation with Zenith Plastics for the "Low Cost Furniture Design" competition of the Museum of Modern Art's and was the first industrial made chair out of plastic. The organic shaped seat is connected to the metal base with integrated »Shock Mounts«, which gives you a relaxing, and very comfortable sitting feeling. Wether in privacy, restaurants, waiting rooms, offices, conference rooms or large halls, the Eames Plastic Chair DSX (Dining Height Side Chair X-Base) fits in all kinds of ambiences. The Eames Plastic Side Chair by Charles & Ray Eames, out of the year 1950, is also available in other colours, with other cushions and/ or with a different coated base for outdoor use.
  • Vitra - ID Trim
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    Vitra - ID Trim
    A swivelling office chair that is individually coordinated to single users, teams or situations according to its function and aesthetics, decidedly influencing productivity, health and comfort at the working place. The swivelling office chair family consists of four components that fulfil the most different aesthetics, material, usage and prize demands. Based on the models that defer by their upholstery (Mesh, Soft and Trim), more than 8000 different ID Chairs can be configured through the combination of 4 mechanisms, 3 armrests, 3 under-frames and 2 frame colours. ID Trim with elegant fabrics The back construction of the ID Trim is characterized by the comfort of an upholstery with the visual lightness of a net. The self-supporting back construction has the back coating tensed over the frame and is fulfilled by the upholstery compartments that achieve a cushion effect and with it the necessary hold by simultaneous pressure relief. The 3 dimensional form of the backrest adopts a back conture and spreads flexibility and support at just the right zones: 1. Supports the lumbar area, 2. Sinking in the thoracic vertebral region, 3. Supports also shoulders. This ensures that the spinal column stays in its natural position and the field of view is also kept when the working position is a laid back one. The neck and throat area stay relaxed. Individuality and health Dynamic seating means to sit comfortably and healthy at the same time. A new, patented chair mechanism also allows a synchrony forwards movement with weight adjustment besides the adjustable backwards movement for the first time. This supports dynamic seating over the whole moving procedure. Thereby the mechanism follows the natural movements of human bodies being in a continuous contact with the back. The harmonic mechanism movements encourage the user to sit for a long time on a dynamic way. The counter-pressure of the backrest and the forwards inclining can be adjusted – or balanced, so as to adopt every seating position between maximally laid back in a lounge position and forwards in an upright position without any efforts. Do you want to configure your ID office chair after your demands, accordingly individual? Then contact us, we will be glad to advise you!
  • Vitra Charles & Ray Eames DAL Armchair
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    Vitra Charles & Ray Eames DAL Armchair
    New Fully Upholstered DAL Armchairs. Designed in 1950 by Charles & Ray Eames Plastic Armchairs were first presented as part of a New York Museum of Modern Art competition, Low Cost Furniture Design. Their organically shaped plastic seat shells were later combined with various different bases and manufactured in their millions. In their latest version made of polypropylene, the armchairs now offer even greater sitting comfort with fully upholstered inner seat. White outer shell with dark grey, orange, nero, petrol/chocolate, nero/chocolate, chocolate/grey, grey, avocado, cognac/avocado, red/cognac, cognac, red/champagne, red/orange upholstery (Please note the outer shell is also be available in a variety of colours).
  • Vitra - Hal bar stool
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    Vitra - Hal bar stool
    With the Hal bar stool, the designer Jasper Morrison reinterpreted the multifunctional shell chair and elevated it to a higher level. The bar stool is available in two sizes and possesses a clear, contemporaneous expression. The bar stool is part of the Hal collection that Jasper Morrison developed for Vitra. The chairs of this collection all have the sitting shell in common. This one offers a lot of elbowroom and the slightly yielding plastic allows every kind of sitting position – also sideward’s and astride. This is how Hal encourages a dynamic and ergonomic sitting. The bar stool Hal from Vitra is multifunctional usable and finds a place in private, as well as in public areas, without any problems. The versatile available colours of the sitting shell enable a perfect introduction of the stool in every furnishing. The under frame of the stool consists of chromed steel-tube, the sitting shell of coloured polypropylene. The high bar stool Hal possesses special slip resistance on its footrest which avoids slipping feet.
  • Vitra Coconut Chair Hopsak Fabric Seat
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    Vitra Coconut Chair Hopsak Fabric Seat
    The Coconut Chair is a typical 1950s design, it stands out for its humorous touch, formal clarity and minimal use of materials. Nelson himself compared it with a coconut cut into eight parts and inverted the coconut. The plastic seat shell is white, while the single-section upholstery comes in a variety of colours. This return to the natural spatial shape of a shell enabled Nelson to create an inviting, comfortable armchair that offers users the freedom to sit in countless different positions. White shell with hopsak fabric seat pad available in dark grey, orange, nero, petrol/chocolate, nero/chocolate, chocolate/grey, grey, avocado, cognac/avocado, red/cognac, cognac, red/champagne or red/orange (also available in leather see related product)
  • Vitra - Eames Plastic Side Chair DSW
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    Vitra - Eames Plastic Side Chair DSW
    The Eames Plastic Side Chair, which has been designed by Charles and Ray Eames in 1950, is a contemporary version of the legendary Fibreglass Chair. It was created in connection with Zenith Plastics for the "Low Cost Furniture Design" competition of the Museum of Modern Art's and was the first industrial made chair produced out of plastic. DSW (Dining Side Shell Wood) is a version of the Eames Plastic Side Chair with a wooden base, which Charles and Ray Eames first used in 1951 in connection with the Wire Chair. The unusual material mix of conical running feet made of maple with diagonal round bar steel, which together result to a strong, static construction, gives this chair an independent character.
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