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Vitra Hocker

$2,010.00
With its intuitively clear shape, Hocker represents fundamental aspects of the conceptual approach practised by Herzog & de Meuron. The Hocker stool adds to a series of objects and installations created by the architects as independent projects alongside their architectural design work.
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Vitra Amoebe Chair

$2,010.00
Amoebe was created by Verner Panton in 1970 for his famous Visiona installation, which included several versions of this lounge piece. It embodies the exuberant spirit of the early 1970s. Thanks to its upholstered surfaces and the flexible back shell, Amoebe offers a high level of comfort.

The Amoebe Highback version of the chair has a flexible backrest that curves over the head of the sitter, forming a sculptural canopy. This striking accent gives the chair a sense of shelter and seclusion.

Both chair versions are available in a variety of brightly coloured fabric covers.
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Vitra Cone Stool

$2,155.00
Originally designed for a Danish restaurant, the Cone Chair takes its shape from the classic geometric figure for which it is named. The cone-shaped seat is mounted at its point on a stainless steel swivel base. A semi-circular padded shell extends upward to form the back and armrests, thereby creating a very comfortable armchair. The matching Cone Stool is an ideal companion for the Cone Chair as well as the Cone Table, yet it also makes a striking solo piece.
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Vitra Monopod

$2,250.00
Monopod is a sculptural piece, vaguely reminiscent of primordial objects made of wood or stone. The chair has a sturdy, weighted presence, tapering with an elegant curve to a wedge-shaped backrest. As a compact visitor chair, Monopod is a perfect companion for sofas and larger armchairs. Thanks to its solid execution, it can also be used in public settings such as lounges and reception areas. Its upholstered plastic shell structure allows Monopod to retain its precise shape even after extended use. Covered in fabric or leather, the chair is surprisingly comfortable despite its apparent simplicity.
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Vitra Alcove Ottoman

$2,335.00
A sofa can go beyond being merely a piece of furniture and become a room of its own within a room – this was the idea that prompted Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec to design Alcove Sofa. With its unusually soft seat and backrest upholstery, as well as the high, flexible side and back panels, Alcove Sofa creates the frame for such a comfy, safe and secure world, a place for relaxed withdrawal from the hustle and bustle of life: Two people can stretch out and sit opposite each other, leaning leisurely back against the side walls, and if required the sofa also provide sufficient space for a third person. Alcove Sofa combines the contrasting qualities of a comfortable secluded relaxation area with an open invitation to enter and sit down.
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Vitra Cone Table

$2,355.00
With its conical leg and cruciform base in satin-finish stainless steel, Verner Panton's low Cone Table makes an ideal companion for Panton's Cone Chair or Heart Cone Chair. While the occasional table bears Panton's clear signature, it can also be combined with many other chairs, armchairs and sofas due to its understated design.
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Vitra Organic Chair

$2,395.00
The Organic Chair – a small and comfortable reading chair – was developed in several versions for the 1940 ‘Organic Design in Home Furnishings’ competition organised by the Museum of Modern Art in New York. With its sculptural shapes, the design was ahead of the times. But due to the absence of suitable manufacturing techniques, the armchair never went into production. Not until 1950 did it become possible to manufacture and market organically shaped seat shells in large quantities, as exemplified by Charles and Ray Eames's famous Plastic Armchair or Saarinen's Tulip Chair.
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Vitra Panton C1 Chair

$2,545.00
The design career of Verner Panton reached its first peak toward the end of the 1950s. With a furniture series based on simple geometric shapes, Panton anticipated elements of Pop Art, while also emulating the elegance of Scandinavian Modernism in the execution of the bases. The most famous designs from this series are the Cone Chair and the Heart Cone Chair.
The contemporaneously designed C1 armchair marks Verner Panton's first use of a spherical section for one of his seats. Mounted with a slight tilt on a swivel base, the upholstered seat shell is astonishingly comfortable – for leaning back in a relaxed posture as well as sitting upright.
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Vitra East River Chair

$2,715.00
Products designed by Hella Jongerius exhibit her unique manner of fusing industry and craft, high- and low-tech, traditional and modern – characteristics which are also evident in the East River Chair: with its distinctive form and casual combination of such diverse materials as wood, metal, leather and fabric, this small armchair clearly bears the Dutch designer's signature.

The colours of the East River Chair are carefully coordinated. Depending on the selection of colour combinations, the chair has a very different look, ranging from muted and calm to cheerful and bright. The choice of colours and materials is not based on purely aesthetic reasons: the practical leather covers protect the armrests from dirt and wear, and the thicker padding of the seat cushion, which extends up to the backrest, provides comfortable lumbar support. Thanks to the convenient strap handle on the rear side of the backrest, this compact armchair lends itself to flexible applications.

In 2013, Hella Jongerius and Vitra collaborated on the design of a chair for the North Delegates Lounge at the UN headquarters in New York. The development of the East River Chair was based on this design.
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Vitra Amoebe Highback Chair

$2,750.00
Amoebe was created by Verner Panton in 1970 for his famous Visiona installation, which included several versions of this lounge piece. It embodies the exuberant spirit of the early 1970s. Thanks to its upholstered surfaces and the flexible back shell, Amoebe offers a high level of comfort.

The Amoebe Highback version of the chair has a flexible backrest that curves over the head of the sitter, forming a sculptural canopy. This striking accent gives the chair a sense of shelter and seclusion.

Both chair versions are available in a variety of brightly coloured fabric covers.
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