The research and development facility which is part of the Vitra Campus has a reputation for pushing boundaries, meaning their products are some of the most durable and innovative in the world.
Their Tip Ton chair by Barber & Osgerby revolutionised the way we sit in schools and public spaces across the world. Their long-lasting relationships with designers such as Konstantin Grcic and Jasper Morrison continue to explore how both the home and workspace can be improved.
The Vitra collection also contains several classics of 20th Century design such as the DSR and Eames' Lounge Chair by Charles and Ray Eames', the George Nelson Sunburst Clock and several of architect and prolific designer Jean Prouvé's chairs.
The Vitra Design Museum in Basel is a testimony to their commitment to design as a medium with which we can improve the world.
Viaduct has been an official Vitra London stockist for over twenty-five years.
With a cohesive shell and refined upholstery, the Softshell Chair from Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec is constructed with comfort in mind
This versatile side chair from Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec takes visual cues from classic French bistro furnishings
Few chairs are as universally recognisable as the Eames' DSR Plastic Chair by Charles & Ray Eames for Vitra; a true modernist classic that adds colour and character to any space
Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec apply their fine design language to workplace seating in the highly functional Softshell Office Chair
The Soft Shell Side Chair offers a recognisable form with refined upholstery and the Bouroullecs signature attention to detail
A 1960s office chair by Charles & Ray Eames, the Soft Pad Group Chair's dignified presence has secured its place in management areas the world over
Reductive forms and lean lines give the ID Soft chair an unobtrusive presence, while soft upholstery provides ultimate comfort
A quilted backrest adds a sense of comfort and elegance to the ID Trim Office chair, part of Antonio Citterio's ID chair concept
Based on a treasured artefact belonging to Charles and Ray Eames, the House Bird has come to be known as a playful emblem of modern design
Exuding elegance and flexibility, the Grand Repos Lounge Chair from Vitra and Antonio Citterio imparts an image of supreme comfort
An expansive lounge chair with distinctive steel and leather runners, the 1930s designed Cité Armchair is one of Jean Prouve's early masterpieces
From Charles Eames humble suggestion to create an updated English club chair, the Eames Lounge Chair has become a classic in the history of modern furniture
The Plate Dining Table exemplifies Jasper Morrison's 'super normal' approach with balanced proportions and an essential design
Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec's Outdoor Metal Side Table ties together outdoor furnishings with its charming yet subtle form
Jean Prouvé's formal design language is softened by the use of solid wood in the 1940s designed Guéridon Dining Table from Vitra
At once simple and elegant the modern reissue of the Eames Coffee Table evokes the spirit of Charles and Ray Eames's early one-off pieces