Polygon Clock by Vitra
While essentially round, the sharp lines throughout the Vitra Polygon Clock by George Nelson do indeed suggest a 12-sided polygon.
Ball Clock by Vitra
The George Nelson Ball Clock, from Vitra, is an authentic re-edition of a classic mid-century modern design from 1947.
Wooden Dolls by Vitra
Partly joyful, partly grim, completely charming.
Panton Junior Chair by Vitra
The iconic form and bright colors of the Panton Chair has always been favored by children.
Eames House Bird by Vitra
The Vitra Eames House Bird is taken from a black wooden figure that Charles & Ray Eames kept at the heart of their home.
Eames Elephant - Black by Vitra
The classic brightly colored Eames Elephant gets a dramatic makeover.
Panton Chair (1999) by Vitra
A 1999 revision to the classic Panton chair--and the last version authorized by Verner Panton.
Physix Chair by Vitra
A sexy office chair that helps you get work done in absolute comfort.
Repos Lounge Chair and Ottoman by Vitra
Relaxing reclining, from head to toe.
Vitra Living Tower
Throughout the 1960s, a hot topic that was flourishing in the design world was the idea of the “domestic landscape.” As a leader...
Vitra Miniature Panton Chairs
The Vitra Miniature Collection presents important modern furniture classics in a smaller size.
Vitra Slow Chair
Brothers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec have become powerhouses in the world of design—dreaming up a wide range of products and...
Vitra Miniature B3 Wassily Lounge Chair
The Vitra Miniature Collection presents important modern furniture classics in a smaller size.
Eames House Bird
Though Charles and Ray Eames weren’t the ones to design this iconic bird sculpture, they brought it to the public eye and turned...
Eames La Chaise
Though Charles and Ray Eames’ La Chaise was never produced during their lifetime, it’s become an iconic silhouette that’s made an...
Nelson Eye Clock
George Nelson created everyday objects in the 1950s with the mission of bringing modern design into American homes.
Panton Chair
Intrigued by its capabilities, Danish architect and designer Verner Panton conducted pioneering experiments with plastic.
Eames Elephant
Charles and Ray Eames were known for being fascinated with certain animal figures—including elephants.