Vitra

At Vitra we believe that thoughts and feelings are shaped by our surroundings – whether at home, at work or on the go. That is why we strive daily to improve interiors through the power of good design.

The Vitra Showroom welcomes visitors during Stockholm Design Week. Our latest presentation showcases flexible office settings and living scenes with a collage of new, contemporary and classic pieces from Vitra and Artek by designers such as TAF Studio, Konstantin Grcic, Jasper Morrison, Edward Barber & Jay Osgerby, Verner Panton, Charles & Ray Eames, and Jean Prouvé. Discover our exhibition at the Vitra Showroom from 8–14 February 2021.We look forward to your visit!

Due to the current situation of covid 19 we only offer booked meetings - both digital with interactive sessions for you to experience our latest exhibition, and in showroom with a limitation to smaller groups. To book you meeting please contact info.se@vitra.com and we get in touch with you.

Discover our exhibition at the Vitra Showroom from 8–14 February 2021.

We look forward to your visit!

Opening hours:
Monday to Friday: 9am – 6pm
Saturday and Sunday: 10am – 4pm

Where to find us:
Bondegatan 21, Södermalm, Stockholm

For any enquiries about Vitra and Artek during Stockholm Design Week, please contact us at info.se@vitra.com .
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Varumärken

  • Artek - Sverige
  • Vitra - Sverige

Kategorier

  • Möbler hemmiljö
  • Möbler offentlig miljö
  • Sthlm Design Week

Bilder

  • Chaise Tout Bois, Jean Prouvé, 1941

    Chaise Tout Bois, Jean Prouvé, 1941, Vitra A hook is a storage fundamental, a simple tool for hanging objects on the wall. Some wall hooks can also be ornaments, decorative details that add beauty where they are hung. The Tupla Wall Hook is just such a hook; its twin loops – Tupla means “double” in Finnish – are as lyrical as they are functional. Made of die-cast zinc, the hook has the air of a line drawing brought into three dimensions, a simple sketch, translated into space.

  • Moca, Jasper Morrison, 2020

    Moca, Jasper Morrison, 2020, Vitra A hook is a storage fundamental, a simple tool for hanging objects on the wall. Some wall hooks can also be ornaments, decorative details that add beauty where they are hung. The Tupla Wall Hook is just such a hook; its twin loops – Tupla means “double” in Finnish – are as lyrical as they are functional. Made of die-cast zinc, the hook has the air of a line drawing brought into three dimensions, a simple sketch, translated into space.

  • Citizen Lowback, Konstantin Grcic, 2020

    Citizen Lowback, Konstantin Grcic, 2020, Vitra A hook is a storage fundamental, a simple tool for hanging objects on the wall. Some wall hooks can also be ornaments, decorative details that add beauty where they are hung. The Tupla Wall Hook is just such a hook; its twin loops – Tupla means “double” in Finnish – are as lyrical as they are functional. Made of die-cast zinc, the hook has the air of a line drawing brought into three dimensions, a simple sketch, translated into space.

  • EVO-C, Jasper Morrison, 2020

    EVO-C, Jasper Morrison, 2020, Vitra A hook is a storage fundamental, a simple tool for hanging objects on the wall. Some wall hooks can also be ornaments, decorative details that add beauty where they are hung. The Tupla Wall Hook is just such a hook; its twin loops – Tupla means “double” in Finnish – are as lyrical as they are functional. Made of die-cast zinc, the hook has the air of a line drawing brought into three dimensions, a simple sketch, translated into space.

  • Tip Ton RE, Edward Barber & Jay Osgerby, 2011/2020

    Tip Ton RE, Edward Barber & Jay Osgerby, 2011/2020, Vitra A hook is a storage fundamental, a simple tool for hanging objects on the wall. Some wall hooks can also be ornaments, decorative details that add beauty where they are hung. The Tupla Wall Hook is just such a hook; its twin loops – Tupla means “double” in Finnish – are as lyrical as they are functional. Made of die-cast zinc, the hook has the air of a line drawing brought into three dimensions, a simple sketch, translated into space.

  •  Soft Work, Edward Barber & Jay Osgerby, 2018

    Soft Work, Edward Barber & Jay Osgerby, 2018, Vitra A hook is a storage fundamental, a simple tool for hanging objects on the wall. Some wall hooks can also be ornaments, decorative details that add beauty where they are hung. The Tupla Wall Hook is just such a hook; its twin loops – Tupla means “double” in Finnish – are as lyrical as they are functional. Made of die-cast zinc, the hook has the air of a line drawing brought into three dimensions, a simple sketch, translated into space.

  • Rope Chair, Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec, 2020, Artek

    Rope Chair, Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec, 2020, Artek A hook is a storage fundamental, a simple tool for hanging objects on the wall. Some wall hooks can also be ornaments, decorative details that add beauty where they are hung. The Tupla Wall Hook is just such a hook; its twin loops – Tupla means “double” in Finnish – are as lyrical as they are functional. Made of die-cast zinc, the hook has the air of a line drawing brought into three dimensions, a simple sketch, translated into space.

  • Tupla Wall Hook Designer, Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec, 2020, Artek

    Tupla Wall Hook Designer, Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec, 2020, Artek A hook is a storage fundamental, a simple tool for hanging objects on the wall. Some wall hooks can also be ornaments, decorative details that add beauty where they are hung. The Tupla Wall Hook is just such a hook; its twin loops – Tupla means “double” in Finnish – are as lyrical as they are functional. Made of die-cast zinc, the hook has the air of a line drawing brought into three dimensions, a simple sketch, translated into space.

  • Atelier Chair,TAF Studio,2018, Artek

    Atelier Chair,TAF Studio,2018, Artek A universal wooden chair, Atelier Chair was designed for the new restaurant of the Nationalmuseum in Stockholm, which evokes an artist’s atelier. Commissioned by the museum as part of an initiative to foster contemporary Nordic design, Atelier Chair is compact, lightweight, and stackable. Its slender proportions and geometric lines create an arresting aesthetic. Simple and direct, the chair possesses elegant details, such as the connecting bars which hug the front legs. The comfortable and versatile chair is equally at home at a desk, a dining table, a meeting room, a restaurant or in an auditorium. Atelier Chair is designed by Stockholm-based studio TAF Studio.

Kontakt

Vitra

Bondegatan 21 116 32  Stockholm Sverige
+46 (0)8-410 277 05 info.se@vitra.com www.vitra.com