Located opposite the Whitney Museum, the new Vitra Pop-Up Shop showcases a 7,500 square foot space exhibit of Vitra’s new accessories range, as well as a selection of Vitra and Artek furniture items for home and office.
A fictional inhabitant was a starting point for Jasper Morrison’s exhibition at Herzog & de Meuron’s VitraHaus in Weil am Rhein, Germany. The iconic British designer turned the space into a home of an abstract character named Allard Pierson – unfulfilled sculptor.
A decade ago, Vitra initiated a research project in collaboration with the Dutch designer Hella Jongerius to study the properties and possibilities of the colors, textures, finishes and materials in the company’s product portfolio.
Frame Publishers approached Paris-based Bonsoir Paris, a collective with a small multidisciplinary studio to shoot for a one off publication named ‘The Merchant’ for Vitra.
After years of quietly admiring Vitra’s exceptional range of furniture and interior accessories, Swedish Branding Agency BVD finally got the opportunity to create their new packaging concept.
London-based Studio Ilse decked out the loft space at the Herzog & de Meuron-designed VitraHaus showroom in Weil am Rhein, Germany, using furniture by Vitra and Artek. Vitra, a Swiss family-owned furniture company, bought the Finnish Artek in September last year, and thought it would be perfect to bring their products
For those of you who are in Germany, be sure to visit the Vitra Design Museum and see Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec – Album, an exhibit with over 300+ framed objects, mostly drawings, offering a panorama of the work of the French design duo. Drawings are the main focus of the exhibit, as well as archived…