Creating innovative products and concepts with great designers is Vitra’s essence. These are developed in Switzerland and installed worldwide by architects, companies and individuals to build inspirational spaces, both public and private, for living and working.
Examples are found in such prominent locations as the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Fendi Headquarters in Rome, the Amorepacific headquarters in Seoul, or Dubai and Changi international airports.
A family business for eighty years, Vitra is not only known for its product range but also for the Vitra Campus in the German town of Weil am Rhein.
Developed by Jean Prouvé, the Fauteuil de Salon is a typical example of the distinctive structural aesthetic of his designs. The armchair's understated character suits a wide variety of interiors, and its ample upholstery and oiled, solid wood armrests emanate inviting comfort.
Despite its generous proportions, the Slow Chair by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec has a lightweight, understated aesthetic, thanks to the armchair's translucent high-tech knit sling cover and graceful contours. The Slow Chair comes in a range of colours with matching cushions.
Kaari functions as a stand-alone workplace and is an elegant addition to modern living. Visit the store to explore more of the collection from Artek.