Vitra Miniature Landi Chair, Coray: The Landi Chair was originally designed for the Swiss regional exhibition (commonly known as the 'Landi') of 1939. Coray's design meets the requirements of an outdoor chair: it is light, comfortable,weather-proof and can be stacked vertically – it is easy to transport and store and can be used in a wide open space.

  167,70 € 195,00 € -14%

Vitra Gala, Albini: Franco Albini was one of the leading protagonists of Italian Neorationalism. Albini made an outstanding contribution to architecture and design by using readily available, inexpensive raw materials, with which he created distinctly modern chairs, like the Gala armchair.

  491,00 €

Vitra Miniatura Ribbon chair, Paulin: The enthusiastic, progressive atmosphere of the 1960s and Pierre Paulin's sculptural training were influential factors in the design of the Ribbon Chair. The curving loops of its shape, covered in colourful upholstery fabrics or psychedelic patterns by Jack Lenor Larsen, give it a captivating, futuristic appeal. 

  169,42 € 197,00 € -14%

Vitra Miniature Garden EGG, Ghyczy: The Garden Egg was originally intended to be a garden chair. At that time Peter Ghyczy was working for the synthetics manufacturer Elastogran/Reuter in Lemförde. As leader of the design department,his tasks included exploring suitable areas of application for what were then new and particularly promising synthetic...

  196,08 € 228,00 € -14%

Vitra Miniature 02 Van Severen: Belgian designer and interior architect Maarten Van Severen was an idiosyncratic figure on the international design scene. His work was noted for its intense engagement with a few basic furniture types, such as the chair, table, chaise longue, shelving and cabinet, for which he developed fundamental solutions.

  98,04 € 114,00 € -14%

Vitra Miniature Vegetal, Bouroullec: The Vegetal is an organically-shaped chair that is meant to look as if it had taken its shape naturally. With that goal in mind and inspired by small trees which American gardeners had fashioned into the shape of seating furniture, the French designers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec set about designing the Vegetal.  

  71,38 € 83,00 € -14%

Vitra Miniature Stool mod. C, Eames: Charles and Ray Eames received a commission to design the interiors of three lobbies in the new Time & Life Building at Rockefeller Center in New York City. In addition to outfitting these spaces, this major project encompassed the development of the comfortably upholstered Lobby Chairs and a group of stools made...

  84,28 € 98,00 € -14%

Vitra Miniature Stool mod. A, Eames: Charles and Ray Eames received a commission to design the interiors of three lobbies in the new Time & Life Building at Rockefeller Center in New York City. In addition to outfitting these spaces, this major project encompassed the development of the comfortably upholstered Lobby Chairs and a group of stools made...

  84,28 € 98,00 € -14%

Vitra Miniature Stool mod. B, Eames: Charles and Ray Eames received a commission to design the interiors of three lobbies in the new Time & Life Building at Rockefeller Center in New York City. In addition to outfitting these spaces, this major project encompassed the development of the comfortably upholstered Lobby Chairs and a group of stools made...

  84,28 € 98,00 € -14%

Vitra Miniature Karuselli, Kukkapuro: The idea of creating a glassfibre chair based on humanbody’s shape was planned already in late 1950s. Glassfibre, the new material, was just invented and came to Finland in late 50s but was very expensive to use.

  409,36 € 476,00 € -14%

Vitra Miniature Vegetal, Bouroullec: The Vegetal is an organically-shaped chair that is meant to look as if it had taken its shape naturally. With that goal in mind and inspired by small trees which American gardeners had fashioned into the shape of seating furniture, the French designers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec set about designing the Vegetal.  

  71,38 € 83,00 € -14%

Vitra Miniature Marshmallow sofa, Nelson: George Nelson is one of the most influential personalities in U.S. design after 1945. Nelson’s ”Marshmallow”-sofa must be considered one of the earliest "Pop Art" furniture designs: the transformation of a traditional sofa into a threedimensional structure made of soft, colored cushioning.

  510,00 €

Vitra Miniature La Mamma, Pesce: La Mamma (Donna) is completely in tune with the spirit of Pop Art and the Gaetano Pasce fondness for anthropomorphic shapes. The chair was actually designed to resemble a prehistoric, female fertility figure, with a ball attached to symbolize captivity. 

  298,00 €

Vitra Miniature Favela, Campana: The Favela armed chair is one of the most striking works by the Brazilian designers Fernando and Humberto Campana. According to a statement by the brothers, the architecture of the typical shanty towns in their native country was the inspiration for the design and name of this extraordinary item of seating furniture.

  295,00 €

Vitra Miniature Plywood Elephant Natur, Eames: The Plywood Elephant holds a prominent place among the plywood pieces designed by the Eameses. In the early 1940s Charles and Ray Eames successfully developed an innovative method for moulding plywood into three-dimensional shapes, which they used to produce a wide range of furniture and sculptural objects.  

  156,00 €

Vitra Miniature Stuhl N.14, Thonet: The “No. 14“armchair is one of the world´s most successful, mass-produced products. It was the standard model in Thonet´s collection of bent-wood furniture and is considered the typical Viennese coffee-house chair. By 1930, 50 million of the chairs had already been sold.

  159,96 € 186,00 € -14%

Vitra Miniature Lockheed, Newson: Marc Newson originally produced the Lockheed Lounge as the centerpiece of an exhibition of his pieces at the Roslyn Oxley Gallery in Sydney. It was widely acclaimed and was bought by the National Gallery of Australia.

  790,00 €

Vitra Miniature Selene, Magistretti: A number of spectacular designs ushered in the heyday of plastic furniture in the 1960s. In comparison to the designs of contemporaries, who turned to Pop Art for inspiration, the furnitureand lighting objects created by Milanese architect Vico Magistretti are notable for their restrained formal idiom.

  83,42 € 97,00 € -14%

Vitra Miniature Big Easy, Arad: Produced and distributed by Vitra Design Museum, Weil am Rhein/Germany after an original model by One Off Ltd., London. All rights reserved. In 1988 and 1989, Arad’s London »One Off« work shop created an entire series of »Big Easy« armchairs using bent sheet steel welded at the edges.

  482,46 € 561,00 € -14%

Vitra Miniarure Stuhl W1, Stam: Dutch designer Mart Stam produced the first prototypes for a cantilevered chair in 1926, using sawed-off gas pipes which he linked with elbow butting. Unlike the prototype, the Arnold chair was made from a single piece of tubular steel with a diameter of just 20 mm, and with walls 2 mm thick. 

  107,50 € 125,00 € -14%

Vitra Miniatura Bocca, Studio 65: The use of cold-expanded polyurethane makes traditional methods of constructing furniture redundant. One series of sculptural furniture objects stands out amongst the furniture designs of the »Studio 65« group, since it makes radical use of the freedom of design allowed by this new material.

  180,00 €

Vitra Miniature Tom Vac chair, Arad: The Tom Vac Chair was first realized as one element in a sculpture consisting of 70 stacking chairs named »Totem«. Commissioned by the magazine Domus, it was set up in the centre of Milan during the Salone del Mobile in 1997. The seat shell with the characteristic wave profile is based on earlierversions Ron Arad...

  107,50 € 125,00 € -14%

Vitra Miniature Standard chair, Prouvé: Designed in 1934 the Standard Chair is one of the quiet classics of history of design. The back and the seat however, which come in direct contact with the sitter’s body, are formed out of plywood. The quality of this chair is revealed in its structure and unassuming aesthetics. Bent plywood, lacquered steel tubing...

  165,98 € 193,00 € -14%

Vitra Miniature Aluminium chair, Eames: The furniture making up the indoor-outdoor group goes back to an idea by Alexander Girard and Eero Saarinen, who were looking for furnishings to harmonize with the house they had just completed for Irvin Miller. Originally conceived for outside use, the first aluminium easy chairs to be mass produced, are today used...

  389,58 € 453,00 € -14%

Vitra Miniature Antony, Prouvé: The architect, engineer and designer Jean Prouvé was intent both in his architectural and design work on employing highly-advanced metal working techniques to create innovative constructions and shapes.

  165,98 € 193,00 € -14%

Vitra Miniature Little Beaver, Grhry: Cardboard furniture as an inexpensive and light alternative to traditional furniture already appears as early as the 1960s. Most designs aimed at lending the cardboard the necessary stability through insert and folding techniques.

  202,10 € 235,00 € -14%

Vitra Miniature Tulip chair, Saarinen: The Tulip Chair is one of a series of chairs, stools, and tables developed by Eero Saarinen within a five-year period. The characteristic feature of the series is that the supporting structure has been pared to a central supporting stem »like a wineglass« in order to emphasise the uniformity of table and chair.

  142,76 € 166,00 € -14%

Vitra Miniature Knotted chair, Wanders: Knotted Chair is made of knotted netting soaked in artificial resin and simply hung out to dry. This produces a highly expressive seat shell which is as fragile, transparent and light as a hammock but is as solid as a seat should be.

  165,98 € 193,00 € -14%

Vitra Miniatures Gartenstuhl, Schinkel: Industrialization, with its new manufacturing techniques and materials began to supplant the traditional turner’s and woodcarver’s crafts in furniture-making. Long before Michael Thonet’s first experiments with bent wood the use of iron had led to important innovations in this field.

  154,80 € 180,00 € -14%

Vitra Miniature MR 90 Barcellona, Mies Van der Rohe: Mies van der Rohe took as his starting point the ancient, scissors-shaped collapsible folding chair, already a symbol of power among Egyptian rulers. In keeping with the occasion, he adopted the representative qualities of the scissors chair, although he does without the folding function and interprets...

  294,12 € 342,00 € -14%

Vitra Miniature Butterfly stool: This creates a shape reminiscent in some ways of the torii (gates) to Shinto shrines, which gives the stool an oriental look. At the same time it calls to mind the wings of a butterfly, hence its name. Thestool was awarded the gold medal at the 1957 Milan triennial. Bent Plywood, Brass.  

  111,80 € 130,00 € -14%

Vitra Miniature Schaukelsessel N.9, Kohn e Thonet: In the second half of the 19th century bentwood firms began to manufacture rocking chairs which, as a symbol of leisure and relaxtion, corresponded to the need of the bourgeoisie for an appropriate level of comfort. Around 1882 the firm of Jacob & Josef Kohn put a model onto the market which...

  446,34 € 519,00 € -14%

Vitra Miniature Y-Chair, Wegner: Hans J. Wegner is one of the leading representatives of traditional Danish furniture design. His work has a sound basis, namely a thorough training as a carpenter, and is rooted in a family tradition ofcraftsmen. He had already learned how to handle shapes and tools in his father’s shoe-making shop.

  228,76 € 266,00 € -14%

Vitra Miniatura Greene Street chair, Pesce: Gaetano Pesce unites individuality and industrial manufacturing techniques with individual, amorphous forms in his designs. Since the early 1970s he has relied on the moldable qualities of materials such as polyester, polyurethane foam, cloth balls or felt and livens up these materials with incidental elements.

  168,56 € 196,00 € -14%

Vitra Miniature Johnson Wax chair, Wright: The Johnson Wax Chair is characterized by round forms which also reflect the lines of a famous building designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, namely the S.C. Johnson & Son Company Administration Building in Racine, Wisconsin. When it was opened in 1939, the company building caused a veritable sensation.

  212,42 € 247,00 € -14%

Vitra Miniature Coconut chair, Nelson: In contrast to the trend of adapting sitting furniture to the requirements of the human body, George Nelson designs sitting objects from the formal repertoire of spontaneous, popular everyday culture. The shapes he used were strongly stimulated by the art of the 1950s. His symbolic statements promoted a new, very...

  209,00 €

Vitra Miniature Organic Armchair, Eames & Saarinen: The »Organic Armchair« was a submission for the Museum of Modern Art‘s 1940 design competition for »Organic Design in Home Furnishings«. Charles Eames and Eero Saarinen, who that year worked together for the first time, won first prize with their »Organic Armchair«.

  142,76 € 166,00 € -14%

Vitra Miniature Lounge Chair & Ottoman, Eames: The Lounge Chair is one of the best known creations of Charles and Ray Eames. Created in 1956, it has become a classic in modern furniture history. The miniature version in 1:6 scale is a coveted accessory and collectible – reproduced in exact detail with outstanding craftsmanship.

  438,60 € 510,00 € -14%

Vitra Miniature La Chaise, Eames:  "La Chaise" consists of two paper-thin fiberglass shells glued to each other but separated by hard rubber discs; the intervening space was filled with polystyrene foam. Charles and Ray Eames left the plastic shell un- treated. The base is made of five in part angled metal rods inserted into a cross-shaped wooden...

  183,18 € 213,00 € -14%

Vitra Miniature Ball Chair, Aarnio: With its simple, striking shape and its bright colors Eero Aarnio's Ball Chair is a typical symbol of the optimistic, consumer-oriented popular culture of the 1960s. The idea of this kind of mobile capsule allowing people to sit where they want within the house also anticipates the kind of living concepts discussed in...

  256,00 €

Vitra Miniature Mezzadro, Castiglioni: On the occasion of the XIth Milan Triennial in 1957, Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni presented their first prototype for the Mezzadro. The stool went on show in its current form that same year in aninterior setting displayed at the »Colori e forme nella casa d’oggi« exhibition in the Villa Olmo in Como.

  123,84 € 144,00 € -14%

Vitra Miniature Chaise Longue à réglage continu: At the end of 1927, Charlotte Perriand, Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret joined forces to put the „apartment furnishing” concept into practice. Wished to prove with their chaise longue that furniture made of materials which were new for the 20th century could be more than just what they called metal...

Wiggle side chair designed by Vitra is a miniature. Vitra Miniature Wiggle Side chair, Gehry: As early as the 1960s, cardboard furniture emerged as a cheap and light alternative to traditional furniture. Frank O. Gehry discovered a process which enabled cardboard furniture to be made in massive blocks – cardboard sculptures, as it were.

  95,00 €

Vitra Miniature Diamond chair, Prouvé: Harry Bertoia, who came from Italy, originally dedicated himself to sculpting. Bertoia considered his furniture to resemble his sculptures and explained: “In chairs many functional problems have to be solved first, but basically chairs are also studies in space, form and metal. On close inspection it becomes clear...

  357,00 €

Vitra Miniature Well Tempered chair, Arad: Ron Arad is one of the liveliest and most productive figures in contemporary designs. He contrasts polished, stylish commercial design with highly poetic objects with an archaic feel to them.The armchair is therefore not just a brilliant formal idea but also conveys a completely new feel for sitting.  

  219,00 €

Vitra Miniature 3-Benet Skalstol, Wegner: Hans J. Wegner is widely considered to be one of the major innovators of traditional furniture making and the father of Danish Modernism. However, in order to stabilize the legs, in this model Wegner refined the existing technology by dividing the frame of glued laminated wood at the joints in the legs into two...

  142,76 € 166,00 € -14%

Vitra DRK "Wire Chair", Eames: Charles and Ray Eames developed this model in connection with the »Low Cost Furniture« competition held by the Museum of Modern Art in New York and for the Herman Miller company, who produced various versions of the chair between 1951 and 1967. As with their plastic chairs, the seats and backs are again modeled on the human...

  165,98 € 193,00 € -14%

Vitra Miniature Heart Shaped Cone chair, Panton: In the thirties and forties, Scandinavian design followed the principles of functionalism: simple structures, clear lines, a lightweight visual appearance.

  176,30 € 205,00 € -14%

Vitra Miniature DSW, Eames: For the first time in the history of design, Charles and Ray Eames utilized malleability of plastic forthe 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.

  109,00 €

Vitra Miniature RAR, Eames: For the first time in the history of design, Charles and Ray Eames utilized the unlimited malleability ofplastic 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.

  123,00 €

Vitra Miniature LCW, Eames: In 1940, Charles Eames and Eero Saarinen developed a chair with a novel plywood seat molded into a three-dimensional form for a competition sponsored by the New York Museum of Modern Art.

  141,90 € 165,00 € -14%

Vitra Miniature DCW, Eames: In 1940, Charles Eames and Eero Saarinen developed a chair with a novel plywood seat molded into a three-dimensional form for a competition sponsored by the New York Museum of Modern Art.

  141,90 € 165,00 € -14%

Vitra Miniature Zig Zag chair, Rietveld: Along with the Rood blauwe stoel (1918), the Zig zag stoel is probably the best-known of Gerrit T. Rietveld’s designs. Although it is constructed with four individual boards, the Zig zag stoel represents a variation on an old theme: the chair made from a single piece of wood.

  98,90 € 115,00 € -14%

Vitra Miniature MR 20, Mies Van Der Rohe: During the mid-twenties, tubular steel won favor among avant-garde designers as a preferred material for furniture design. It was Mies van der Rohe who first discovered the elasticity of steel tubing and utilized it as a structural principle.

  168,56 € 196,00 € -14%

Vitra Miniature B3 Wassily, Breuer: Marcel Breuer was one of the most important designers of the early modern age. His biography is closely linked to the history of the Bauhaus, founded by Walter Gropius in 1919. The club chair B3, known today as "Wassily" was also created in connection with this renowned institution.

  165,98 € 193,00 € -14%

Vitra Miniature Rood Blauwe chaise, Rietveld: Gerrit Rietveld conceived of each piece of furniture as an ideal, abstract composition of surfaces and lines in space. Where Mondrian took landscapes as his model, Rietveld focused on the concept of a traditional, massive armchair, which he transformed into a geometric entity.

  145,34 € 169,00 € -14%

Vitra Miniature Sitzmaschine, Hoffmann: Around 1900, the Viennese architects discovered a new means of expression in the bentwood technique. Josef Hoffmann's Armchair No 670 combines the austere elegance of bentwood with the expressive formal vocabulary of the Viennese Secession.

  240,80 € 280,00 € -14%

Vitra Hill House 1, Mackintosh: Charles Rennie Mackintosh was one of the great representatives of Art Nouveau. Hill House 1 marks a new phase in the work of Mackintosh. The chair’s strict geometry recalls the Ladderback Chairs of the Shakers and clearly differs from the organic or feminine forms of early designs.

  168,56 € 196,00 € -14%

Vitra Miniature Taliesin West chair, Frank Lloyd, Wright: Among Frank Lloyd Wright’s numerous seating designs, the Taliesin West Armchair, which exits in four variations, is one of the most unusual as well as one of the most comfortable. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright for his own residence at Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona, this unique and...

  202,10 € 235,00 € -14%

Vitra Miniature Barrel Chair, Frank Lloyd Wright: Originally designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1904 for the D. D. Martin House in Buffalo, New York; this iconic chair was an embarkation from his earlier linear furniture designs; due to its round shape. Original features included a flared backrest, square spindle supports and a cushioned double-sided...

  327,66 € 381,00 € -14%
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