Combining exceptional engineering skills with the knowledge and expertise of leading international designers, Vitra has never failed to stay consistent and prevalent. Established in 1950, the successful Swiss company has manufactured some of the most well-loved classics of our time, from the DCW Eames Plywood Chair to the Eames Hang It All Coat Rack.
The reason that Vitra has continued to thrive for so many years is simple. Their designs are not only aesthetically pleasing to the masses, but they’re also highly durable and functional, with a strong focus on comfort and the use of quality materials. We’re always spotting the Vitra DSW and DSR Eames Plastic Side Chairs on television, in restaurants and in commercial spaces, which definitely proves something about their reputability!
If you have an opportunity do visit iconic VitraHaus in Weil am Rhein, which is the home to Vitra’s flagship store and their timeless Home Collection.
Christmas special, buying Vitra Repos Lounge and getting ottoman or panchina of your choice for free. From 4500 to 6500 eur, leather options cost much more then the fabric one.
The Vitra Repos Lounge Chair and Panchina by Antonio Citterio. Inspired by the classic lounge chair form, Anonio Citterio has developed the concept of comfort even further with Repos. With the use of considerate padding and adjustable sitting positions Repos combines timeless elegance with relaxed seating. Repos adapts to all seating requirements- from a reading to reclining position, whilst the seat angle and backrest move in sync.
Or buying Vitra Eames Lounge Chair and getting plaid or side table for free. Around 7000 eur, depending on options you choose. You can also decide on 84 or 89 high. The first one is original high from 1956.It was first designed in 1956 by Charles and Ray Eames, who are two of the most important figures of 20th century design. A modern interpretation of the classic English club chair, the Eames Lounge Chair is made of moulded plywood with leather covers and plush cushioned seating.
The Vitra Prismatic Table was designed in 1957 by American-Japanese designer Isamu Noguchi, who took the traditional Japanese paper folding techniques and used them as inspiration. Its hexagonal geometric form would fit perfectly into both traditional and contemporary home environments, making it the perfect free gift of choice to compliment your Eames Lounge Chair.
If you’d rather have something to keep you cosy, then the Vitra Eames Wool Blanket is the perfect free gift. Produced from 100% merino lamb’s wool, the blanket is incredibly soft and lightweight whilst keeping in the heat on a cold winters night. The 1947 Dot Pattern references Ray Eames abstract paintings from the 1930s, meaning you’ll also be receiving a modern piece of art as well as a blanket.