Creating innovative products and concepts with great designers is Vitra’s essence. They are developed in Switzerland and installed worldwide by architects, companies and private users to build inspirational spaces for living, working and shopping as well as public areas.
With its classics Vitra represents groundbreaking 20th century design. Today, in combining technical and conceptual expertise with the creativity of contemporary designers, Vitra seeks to continue pushing the boundaries of the design discipline.
A family business for eighty years, Vitra believes in lasting relationships with customers, employees and designers, durable products, sustainable growth and the power of good design.
The Vitra Campus with buildings by some of the world’s leading architects and the Vitra Design Museum with its exhibitions on design and architecture, design archives and a comprehensive furniture collection are all part of Vitra. They inspire visitors, inform the design process and create an atmosphere in which innovation flourishes.
The Vitra Home Collection includes furnishing, illumination and accessories for interiors, among which classical famous as the Eames Lounge Chair and the Panotn Chair, and besides numerous pieces realized by contemporary designer.
Eames Plastic Armchair RAR
Charles & Ray Eames, 1950
Today the Plastic Chairs number among the most well-known designs by Charles and Ray Eames. One model has always stood out among the myriad combinations of organically shaped shells and various bases in this large family of chairs: the iconic RAR (Rocking Armchair Rod Base). The compact rocking chair mounted on wooden runners adds a self-assured accent to any environment.More info
Eames Storage Unit ESU, Shelf
Charles & Ray Eames, 1949
Charles and Ray Eames developed the Eames Storage Units ESU (1949) according to the principles of industrial production. The ESU Shelf is available in various heights; the ESU Bookcase is narrower and comes in one standard size.More info
Isamu Noguchi, 1957
Inspired by traditional Japanese paper folding techniques, Isamu Noguchi gave the Prismatic Table a pure geometric design. The three-legged side table, which is evocative of a prism, is available in a choice of black or white.More info
Eames Coffee Table
Charles & Ray Eames, 1953
The premium-quality tops of the Eames Coffee Table by Charles and Ray Eames are available in rectangular or square versions in either palisander veneer, marble or solid American walnut. The wooden legs accentuate the understated elegance of this refined coffee table.
Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec, 2015
The plastic Belleville Chair consists of two components – a structural frame and a seat shell. The elegant structural frame forms the calligraphic lines of the chair's legs and backrest – and is available without or without forward sloping armrests. The thin seat shell tapers upward from the seat into the back. In addition to the version made of coloured plastic, the shell also comes in plywood veneer or upholstered in leather or fabric. Belleville Chair Plastic is also suitable for outdoor use.
Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec, 2015
The Belleville Armchair is a hybrid chair, whose seat shell is available in plastic, wood or with a cover in leather or fabric. Each version lends the elegant chair a distinctive identity. The characteristic, forward curving armrests offer relaxing comfort and the model with the plastic seat shell is also suitable for outdoor use.
Sori Yanagi, 1954
The iconic Butterfly Stool by the Japanese designer Sori Yanagi is a classic piece of furniture that uniquely combines Eastern forms with the plywood moulding technique developed by Charles and Ray Eames. The gently curving silhouette of the twin seat shells is reminiscent of a butterfly's wings – eternally poised for flight. The stool is made of maple or palisander wood.
Jean Prouvé, 1934/1950
The Standard Chair by Jean Prouvé has evolved into one of the most famous classics of the French 'constructeur'. The seat and backrest of this understated, iconic chair are available in various types of wood, and the metal frame comes in different colours.
Jean Prouvé, 1950
The aesthetic appearance of Jean Prouvé's EM Table adheres to structural principles, illustrating the flow of forces and stresses in its construction. It comes in a range of sizes with table tops in premium solid wood or HPL laminate in a choice of colours. Tops measuring 2000 or 2400 mm in length are also available in oak veneer. Thanks to this wide selection, the ideal EM Table can be found for every dining room.More info