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Vitra Cite Lounge Chair

$4,485.00
Designed for a competition to furnish the student residence halls at the Cité Universitaire in Nancy, the Cité armchair is one of Jean Prouvé's early masterpieces. Prouvé himself used this dynamic looking armchair – with distinctive runners made of powder-coated sheet steel and broad leather belts for armrests – in the living room of his own home. Generous dimensions and inviting upholstery contribute to the great comfort of Cité.
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Vitra Grand Repos Chair

$4,585.00
Jointly developed by Vitra and Antonio Citterio, the lounge chairs Repos and Grand Repos introduce a new level of comfort and flexibility to the home environment: with their generous padding, inviting armrests and high backrest, these elegant swivel-based lounge chairs impart an image of supreme comfort.

Thanks to the synchronised mechanism concealed beneath the upholstery, sitters can move from an upright posture to a reclined angle for resting and lock the backrest in any position. The resistance of the backrest can be manually adjusted to the user's weight. This ensures great comfort and optimal spinal support across the entire range of movement.

Repos and Grand Repos are available in two different seat heights (16.25 or 18 in).
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Vitra EM Table in Solid Wood - L 70.75 in

$5,185.00
The designer and engineer Jean Prouvé developed the EM Table around 1950 for the project 'Maison Tropicale'. Adhering to the aesthetics of necessity, even the smallest details of this table are determined by its construction. The canted legs are connected by a crossbar, illustrating the structural forces and flow of stresses in a way that is typically seen only in engineering structures.

The EM Table is available with table tops in solid wood, robust HPL laminate or – for tops measuring 2000 or 2400 mm in length – wood veneer.
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Vitra A-Table

$5,595.00
The A-Table is one of the puristic designs that brought Maarten Van Severen to fame and became his trademark. The table is distinguished by its emblematic shape and carefully balanced proportions. The name A-Table refers to the characteristic A-shaped position of the table legs. The first A-Tables were made as early as 1992 in Van Severen’s furniture workshop.

The top of the A-Table is surfaced with a layer of easy-care linoleum. In a patented process, the table top is fitted with an edge made from the same material to produce the monolithic appearance sought by Van Severen. The uniform look is further accentuated by the table legs in black powder-coated tubular steel.

Linoleum is a traditional product made from natural materials and known for its durability.
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Vitra EM Table in Solid Wood - L 78.75 in

$5,685.00
The designer and engineer Jean Prouvé developed the EM Table around 1950 for the project 'Maison Tropicale'. Adhering to the aesthetics of necessity, even the smallest details of this table are determined by its construction. The canted legs are connected by a crossbar, illustrating the structural forces and flow of stresses in a way that is typically seen only in engineering structures.

The EM Table is available with table tops in solid wood, robust HPL laminate or – for tops measuring 2000 or 2400 mm in length – wood veneer.
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Vitra Table Solvay - Natural Oak

$5,820.00
During the years of 1941 and 1942, the Ateliers Jean Prouvé planned and executed a number of interior design projects for the Solvay chemical company. Numerous pieces of furniture were developed in connection with this commission, including a table made of wood that exemplifies Prouvé’s construction methods: its structural details illustrate the interplay of forces and stresses – similar to the later design of the EM Table, whose metal legs distinguish it from its predecessor. Due to the scarcity of metal during World War II, the Table Solvay was designed and constructed with wooden legs. The solid wood components and fine oiled finish of the Table Solvay give it a sense of ease and refinement, mitigating the technical coolness of its design.
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Vitra EM Table in Solid Wood - L 86.5 in

$5,875.00
The designer and engineer Jean Prouvé developed the EM Table around 1950 for the project 'Maison Tropicale'. Adhering to the aesthetics of necessity, even the smallest details of this table are determined by its construction. The canted legs are connected by a crossbar, illustrating the structural forces and flow of stresses in a way that is typically seen only in engineering structures.

The EM Table is available with table tops in solid wood, robust HPL laminate or – for tops measuring 2000 or 2400 mm in length – wood veneer.
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Vitra Park Armchair

$6,160.00
With their simple, clean lines and cubic shapes, the models in the Park Family exemplify the classic modern tradition of upholstered furniture. If they seem familiar in some way, this was one of the designer's intentions: Jasper Morrison's philosophy of 'super normal' design is dedicated to improving upon prototypical objects without demonstratively altering their form. Thanks to the classic modern lines and harmonious proportions of this group, the Park Sofa, Park Armchair and Park Swivel Armchair are suited to the widest variety of environments and interiors – while always offering superb comfort.
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Vitra Kast Storage - 1 HU

$6,465.00
Modular in structure, the Kast storage unit starts with a sideboard as the base version. For the medium-height version, a second base module is placed on top to create a shelf/wall cabinet combination. In the tallest version, two simple and sturdy wooden elements are added. Maarten Van Severen paid special attention to the colours of the sliding doors, which not only emphasise the proportions of Kast but also give it a fresh and optimistic feeling.

Kast is a double-sided storage unit, so you can choose which colors you wish to display.
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Vitra EM Table in Solid Wood - L 94.5 in

$6,945.00
The designer and engineer Jean Prouvé developed the EM Table around 1950 for the project 'Maison Tropicale'. Adhering to the aesthetics of necessity, even the smallest details of this table are determined by its construction. The canted legs are connected by a crossbar, illustrating the structural forces and flow of stresses in a way that is typically seen only in engineering structures.

The EM Table is available with table tops in solid wood, robust HPL laminate or – for tops measuring 2000 or 2400 mm in length – wood veneer.
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