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100 Masterpieces from Vitra

100 Masterpieces from Vitra

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The collection of the Vitra Design Museum in Weil am Rhein, Germany, comprises numerous objects and is one of the most significant of its kind. This book is arranged into themes of technology, construction, reduction, organic design, decoration and furniture programs. The most important collection items that spans 150 years of furniture design are presented in this volume in great detail: chairs and armchairs, chaise longues and stools, tables and desks, landscaped interiors and shelves. Read biographies and bibliographies of designers such as; Charles and Ray Eames, Frank Gehry and George Nelson.  Paperback, 270 pages
Artek 60 Stool Birch Artek 60 Stool Birch

Artek 60 Stool Birch

£212.00

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White
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The three legged Artek stool is another example of Alvar Aalto's close working relationship with birch. The stool's sleek style shows his ability to create smooth curved wooden surfaces. The stool is great for use within the home or office, its ability to be stackable makes it easily stored away to create space when needed. Heigh 44cm Diameter 38cm  Delivery: 3-4 weeks for this product
Artek 90 Table

Artek 90 Table

£445.00

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White Laminate
Birch
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Aalto introduced the bent L -leg for the first time in 1933, and it became a standard component within Aalto's pieces of furniture. He considered the creation of the L-leg his greatest achievement calling it "the little sister of architectonic column." The development of the L-leg provided a solution to the problems of attaching the table legs to the table tops directly, in a way never seen before. The L-leg table is a solid, simple structure ideal for placement within the home or office. Height 72cm Diameter 75cm  Delivery: 12-15 weeks for this product

Artek 90 Table

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Artek 900 Tea Trolley Artek 900 Tea Trolley

Artek 900 Tea Trolley

£1,170.00

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Birch Black Tile
Birch White Tile
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The 900 Tea Trolley was designed by Alvar Aalto for Artek. Artek stands for Art and Technology, they are renowned as being one of then most innovative contributors to modern design. Clean lines, quality and longevity are a part of this product being made with traditional craftsmanship and new technics. The tea trolley has a birch structure with rattan basket. It is available with either black or white tiles, giving the product variety to be matched with a range of interiors. H 60cm W 90cm D 65cm  Delivery: 12-15 weeks for this product
Artek N 65 Chair Artek N 65 Chair

Artek N 65 Chair

£245.00

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The N65 Children's Chair is a smaller version of the Artek Chair 65 that was designed by the Finnish architect and designer Alvar Aalto. With its simple design and comfortable structure, this chair for children would fit beautifully in any bedroom or within a play area. A safe, sturdy chair with L-shaped legs that are designed to be able to withstand bumps or knocks! The legs and back of the chair are made of natural varnished birch wood, making it suitable for a variety of interiors. The round seat offers options of birch wood, white laminate or black linoleum. H 60cm W 35cm D 38cm  Please note: delivery times for this product are 12-15 weeks
Ball Clock - Brass and Black

Ball Clock - Brass and Black

£270.00

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George Nelson’s Ball Clock embodies the joie de vivre of the 1950s and to this day remains a refreshing alternative to the usual timekeepers. The Vitra Design Museum presents a re-edition of the designs so cherished by collectors – in a true-to-the-original form.
Ball Clock - Coloured

Ball Clock - Coloured

£215.00

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George Nelson’s Ball Clock is a design classic. It embodies the joie de vivre of the 1950s and to this day remains a refreshing alternative to the usual timekeepers. The Vitra Design Museum presents a re-edition of the designs so cherished by collectors – in a true-to-the-original form.
Bird - Eames

Bird - Eames

£130.00

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The Vitra Design Museum have lovingly recreated the iconic Eames Bird in solid alder. For over fifty years, the figure of a black wooden bird has stood in the centre of the living room of Charles and Ray Eames. An artefact of American folk art that was evidently highly treasured by the couple, since it also appeared frequently as an accessory in photographs taken by Charles and Ray.
Cat Wooden Doll

Cat Wooden Doll

£85.00

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This part decorative, part toy, wooden doll is based upon the original collection of Alexander Girard from his estate held within the Vitra Design Museum. Girard one of the leading figures of postwar American design sourced inspiration for his designs from folk art of South America, Asia and Eastern Europe. The original dolls were designed and made by Girard for his home in Santa Fe. H17cm  W 5cm  D 3.6cm
Clothes Tree 160 Clothes Tree 160

Clothes Tree 160

£585.00

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White foot
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Designed by Anna Maija Jaatinen in 1964, this birch clothing rack stands on three metal legs. A great feature within the home or office it offers multiple places to hang bags, jackets and hats. The pegs range from large to small, with the largest pegs at the top and gradually they become smaller towards the bottom to hang smaller items.  Black feet.  H 177cm W 61cm  Delivery: 12-15 weeks for this product
Eames - Mini Elephant Plywood

Eames - Mini Elephant Plywood

£140.00

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1:6 scale replica of the Eames Plywood Elephant. Construction, materials and colours correspond to the historical Vitra Design Museum collection original. Produced, under licence by Vitra.
Everything is Connected: Vitra Everything is Connected: Vitra

Everything is Connected: Vitra

£25.00

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 This book shows the evolution of a piece of furniture such as the iconic Eames Lounge Chair through situational sequences. Ads, snapshots, portraits, and sketches demonstrate the prevalence of such objects with elegance, subtle wit, and sometimes blatant humour. The Swiss interior design company’s book echoes the game when, as a child, we learned to be visual detectives by looking for hidden objects in puzzling images. This book was conceived as a window into the world of Vitra, allowing viewers to catch a glimpse of the infinity of connections between the featured objects. Paperback, 304 pages 1.1 kg, 19.5 x 25.3 x 3.3 cm  
Girard Doll No.1

Girard Doll No.1

£85.00

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This part decorative, part toy, wooden doll is based upon the original collection of Alexander Girard from his estate held within the Vitra Design Museum. Girard one of the leading figures of postwar American design sourced inspiration for his designs from folk art of South America, Asia and Eastern Europe. The original dolls were designed and made by Girard for his home in Santa Fe.
Hang It All Wall Hook Hang It All Wall Hook

Hang It All Wall Hook

£200.00

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Used instead of simple hooks, the brightly coloured wooden balls of the 'Hang it all' coat rack are aimed at encouraging children to literally hang up all their things. Thanks to the uniform distance between the balls, multiple coat racks can be mounted alongside one another for additional storage. 'Hang it all' is a cheerful alternative to boring coat hooks – and not just for children's rooms. The original colour composition of 'Hang it all' was conceived by Ray Eames. In celebration of what would have been her 100th birthday in December 2012, Vitra and the Eames Office developed three new versions of the coat rack in fresh hues of red, green and white. Delivery time 2- 3 weeks.
I Don't Have A Favourite Colour: Creating the Vitra Colour & Material Library I Don't Have A Favourite Colour: Creating the Vitra Colour & Material Library

I Don't Have A Favourite Colour: Creating the Vitra Colour & Material Library

£30.00

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A vibrant lesson in the interaction between facades and surfaces. Ten years ago, designer Hella began research for the Swiss company to study the properties and possibilities of colours, textures, finishes and materials.  The long - term project is dedicated to the establishment and further development of an intelligent system of colours, materials and textiles. Helps to create inspiring environments in offices, homes and public spaces.  This book describes the method of research and the application of results.  Hardback, 152 pages. 
L'Oiseau

L'Oiseau

£90.00

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L'Oiseau recalls the clarity of wooden objects in Nordic folk art. Adds an appealing touch to modern interiors without becoming cute or kitschy like many other animal figures. Manufactured by Vitra.

L'Oiseau

£90.00
Large Cat Wooden Doll

Large Cat Wooden Doll

£156.00

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This part decorative, part toy, wooden doll is based upon the original collection of Alexander Girard from his estate held within the Vitra Design Museum. Girard one of the leading figures of postwar American design sourced inspiration for his designs from folk art of South America, Asia and Eastern Europe. The original dolls were designed and made by Girard for his home in Santa Fe. H 39cm W 11cm D 8.6cm
Rotary Tray Rotary Tray

Rotary Tray

£35.00

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Brick
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Pale rose
teak brown
Ice Grey
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The Rotary Tray by Jasper Morrison is a contemporary version of the classic etagere. With a simple shape and availability in subtle colours, the Rotary Tray compliments any interior style. The tray lends itself to many different uses offering a decorative way of tidying up any space, whether in the kitchen, the bathroom or office.  Height 12cm Diameter 30cm 
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Sunburst Clock - Multicoloured

Sunburst Clock - Multicoloured

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The Sunburst Wallclock is part of a collection of timepieces designed by George Nelson between 1948 and 1960. Belief in progress and growing economic prosperity were central aspects of the American way of life around 1950. With the aim of bringing modern design into American homes, George Nelson conceived a wide array of everyday objects: lamps, clocks and other domestic accessories. Up until the 1970s, the Nelson office created many different items for the home, including the 'Bubble Lamps' and the 'Ball Clock', which became icons of mid-century modern design. Equipped with high-quality quartz movements.
Tip Ton Chair Tip Ton Chair

Tip Ton Chair

£200.00

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Mustard
Blue
Natural dark
Cactus green
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Poppy red
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Tip Ton defines a whole new chair typology: the solid plastic chair with forward-tilt action. Its name refers to the dual sitting positions provided by the chair – from a normal position, Tip Ton can be tilted forward a few degrees where the chair then stays in place. The forward-tilt position, until now the preserve of mechanical office chairs, straightens the pelvis and spine and thus improves circulation to the abdominal and back muscles. Made of polypropylene and manufactured from a single mould without any mechanical components. The chair is extremely durable and 100% recyclable. Can be stacked up to four chairs high. In a 2010 study, ETH Zurich – one of the world’s leading universities of applied sciences – investigated the health benefits of a forward-leaning sitting position. The results confirm increased muscle activity in the abdominal and back areas, which boosts the supply of oxygen to the body. Tip Ton makes all of this possible for the first time ever in the form of an economical and robust plastic chair, thereby opening up many new areas of use. Please note that delivery for this item is 6-8 weeks.
Toolbox Toolbox

Toolbox

£30.00

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Brick
Mauve grey
Warm grey
Basic dark
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A practical organisational tool for your home or office. By designer Arik Levy who has been developing products for Vitra since 2000. This practical container can be stowed in a cupboard or on a shelf. A practical organisational tool. Delivery can be 4-6 weeks depending on stock levels.

Toolbox

£30.00
Uten.Silo Uten.Silo

Uten.Silo

£115.00

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With containers of different shapes and sizes, metal hooks and clips, Uten.Silo brings order to offices, kitchens, workshops, bathrooms and children's rooms. Material: ABS plastic. Hooks: nickel-plated metal. 520 x 680 cm

Uten.Silo

from £115.00 - £230.00
Vitra Miniature Ball Chair

Vitra Miniature Ball Chair

£225.00

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Eero Aarnio's iconic chair is lovingly reproduced in this 1:6 scale model as part of the Vitra Miniatures Collection. The Vitra Miniature chairs are all one sixth of the size of the historical originals. They are all true to scale and replicate the originals right down to the smallest details in construction, material and colour. Thus, not only have the design’s key points been translated in the miniature versions, but details such as materials, the natural grain of the wood, the reproduction of screws and elaborate handicraft involved have also been taken into consideration. With its simple, striking shape and its bright colors Eero Aarnio's Ball Chair is a typical symbol of the optimistic, consumer-oriented popular culture of the 1960s. Equally apparent is an unconcealed enthusiasm for the technical which also typifies the era: its exposed plastic which allowed even complex shapes to be produced in series relatively easily, at the time something completely new, and its dynamic shape, reminiscent of a space capsule. The idea of this kind of mobile capsule allowing people to sit where they want within the house also anticipates the kind of living concepts discussed in the 1970s for a young, liberal society. Delivery information: 12-14 weeks (shipped direct from supplier)
Vitra Miniature Corbusier LC4

Vitra Miniature Corbusier LC4

£313.00

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At the end of 1927, Charlotte Perriand, Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret joined forces to put the "apartment furnishing�? concept into practice. Visitors to the 1929 Autumn Salon were able to study the program for "L‘Equipement de L‘Habitation�?, co-authored by all three designers. Thereafter, from 1930 to 1939, a small number of the seats and tables were produced by Thonet. Prior to this, in 1928, the designers had commissioned individual craftsmen with manufacturing furniture for Villa La Roche and Villa Church. The chaise longue à réglage continu is a construction, in which the recliner is not attached to the frame. This allows the tilt of the chair to be adjusted smoothly without any mechanical devices being necessary. Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret and Charlotte Perriand wished to prove with their chaise longue that furniture made of materials which were new for the 20th century could be more than just what they called metal furniture "for hospitals and bistros�?. The designs were rendered strikingly elegant by opting for coverings made of simple curtain material decorated in leather, as well as the use of foal or calf leather covers pulled taut using steel springs. The Vitra Miniatures Collection presents the most important classics of modern furniture history in miniature. The construction, materials and colours correspond to the historical Vitra Design Museum collection original, right down to the last detail. Because they are so true to the originals, the miniatures are not only valuable collector’s items, but also ideal illustrative material for universities, colleges of design and architects. The Miniatures Collection is unique worldwide. For each miniature there is a licence agreement with the designer or his estate. Many designers collaborate with Vitra to develop the miniatures of their own designs and offer their assistance by supplying information on the objects. In return, Vitra honour the designer’s copyright by paying royalties. Delivery information: 12-14 weeks (shipped direct from supplier)
Vitra Miniature Heart-Shaped Cone Chair

Vitra Miniature Heart-Shaped Cone Chair

£180.00

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Verner Panton's iconic chair is lovingly reproduced in this 1:6 scale model as part of the Vitra Miniatures Collection. The Vitra Miniature chairs are all one sixth of the size of the historical originals. They are all true to scale and replicate the originals right down to the smallest details in construction, material and colour. Not only have the design’s key points been translated in the miniature versions, but details such as materials, the natural grain of the wood, the reproduction of screws and elaborate handicraft involved have also been taken into consideration. Delivery information: 4-6 weeks (shipped direct from supplier)
Vitra Miniature Lounge Chair and Ottoman

Vitra Miniature Lounge Chair and Ottoman

£460.00

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The Eames Lounge Chair & Ottoman is lovingly reproduced in this 1:6 scale model as part of the Vitra Miniatures Collection. The Vitra Miniature chairs are all one sixth of the size of the historical originals. They are all true to scale and replicate the originals right down to the smallest details in construction, material and colour. Not only have the design’s key points been translated in the miniature versions, but details such as materials, the natural grain of the wood, the reproduction of screws and elaborate handicraft involved have also been taken into consideration. Delivery: 4-6 weeks for this product
Vitra Miniature Rood Blauwe Stoel

Vitra Miniature Rood Blauwe Stoel

£154.00

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Gerrit Rietveld's iconic chair is lovingly reproduced in this 1:6 scale model as part of the Vitra Miniatures Collection. Rietveld conceived of each piece of furniture as an ideal, abstract composition of surfaces and lines in space. The rigor with which he put this into practice makes Roodblauwe stoel a key object in modern furniture design. The form of abstraction Rietveld adopts here bears comparison to painter Piet Mondrian. Mondrian, and later Rietveld, were among the artists and architects who grouped around Theo van Doesburg and his journal De Stijl, and whose radical concepts had a lasting impact on twentieth-century art. Rietveld reduced given realities to their linear and surface characteristics. Where Mondrian took landscapes as his model, Rietveld focused on the concept of a traditional, massive armchair, which he transformed into a geometric entity. Delivery: 4-6 weeks for this product
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Vitra Miniature Standard Chair

Vitra Miniature Standard Chair

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The Prouve Standard Chair is lovingly reproduced in this 1:6 scale model as part of the Vitra Miniatures Collection. The Vitra Miniature chairs are all one sixth of the size of the historical originals. They are all true to scale and replicate the originals right down to the smallest details in construction, material and colour. Not only have the design’s key points been translated in the miniature versions, but details such as materials, the natural grain of the wood, the reproduction of screws and elaborate handicraft involved have also been taken into consideration. Dimensions: H13.5 x W7.0 x D8.0 cm Delivery information: 4-6 weeks     
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Vitra Miniature Stuhl No. 14

Vitra Miniature Stuhl No. 14

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Michael Thonet's iconic chair is lovingly reproduced in this 1:6 scale model as part of the Vitra Miniatures Collection. The Vitra Miniature chairs are all one sixth of the size of the historical originals. They are all true to scale and replicate the originals right down to the smallest details in construction, material and colour. Thus, not only have the design’s key points been translated in the miniature versions, but details such as materials, the natural grain of the wood, the reproduction of screws and elaborate handicraft involved have also been taken into consideration. The “No. 14“armchair is one of the world´s most successful, mass-produced products. It was the standard model in Thonet´s collection of bent-wood furniture and is considered the typical Viennese coffee-house chair. By 1930, 50 million of the chairs had already been sold. A modified version of the “No.14“ is still being produced today.   Delivery: 4-6 weeks for this product
Vitra Miniature Tulip Chair

Vitra Miniature Tulip Chair

£145.00

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Eero Saarinen's iconic chair is lovingly reproduced in this 1:6 scale model as part of the Vitra Miniatures Collection. The Vitra Miniature chairs are all one sixth of the size of the historical originals. They are all true to scale and replicate the originals right down to the smallest details in construction, material and colour. Thus, not only have the design’s key points been translated in the miniature versions, but details such as materials, the natural grain of the wood, the reproduction of screws and elaborate handicraft involved have also been taken into consideration. The Tulip Chair is one of a series of chairs, stools, and tables developed by Eero Saarinen within a five-year period. The characteristic feature of the series is that the supporting structure has been pared to a central supporting stem 'like a wineglass' in order to emphasise the uniformity of table and chair.   Delivery: 4-6 weeks for this product
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Vitra Miniature Wiggle Side Chair

Vitra Miniature Wiggle Side Chair

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Frank Gehry's Wiggle Chair is lovingly reproduced in this 1:6 scale model as part of the Vitra Miniatures Collection. The Vitra Miniature chairs are all one sixth of the size of the historical originals. They are all true to scale and replicate the originals right down to the smallest details in construction, material and colour. Not only have the design’s key points been translated in the miniature versions, but details such as materials, the natural grain of the wood, the reproduction of screws and elaborate handicraft involved have also been taken into consideration. Delivery: 4-6 weeks for this product
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Vitra Miniature Y-Chair

Vitra Miniature Y-Chair

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Hans J. Wegner's Y Chair is lovingly reproduced in this 1:6 scale model as part of the Vitra Miniatures Collection. The Vitra Miniature chairs are all one sixth of the size of the historical originals. They are all true to scale and replicate the originals right down to the smallest details in construction, material and colour. Not only have the design’s key points been translated in the miniature versions, but details such as materials, the natural grain of the wood, the reproduction of screws and elaborate handicraft involved have also been taken into consideration. Delivery: 4-6 weeks for this product
Vitra Miniatures Well Tempered Chair

Vitra Miniatures Well Tempered Chair

£195.00

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Ron Arad's iconic chair is lovingly reproduced in this 1:6 scale model as part of the Vitra Miniatures Collection. The Vitra Miniature chairs are all one sixth of the size of the historical originals. They are all true to scale and replicate the originals right down to the smallest details in construction, material and colour. Not only have the design’s key points been translated in the miniature versions, but details such as materials, the natural grain of the wood, the reproduction of screws and elaborate handicraft involved have also been taken into consideration. Delivery: 4-6 weeks for this product
Wooden Doll No.11 Wooden Doll No.11

Wooden Doll No.11

£85.00

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Alexander Girard created this charming cohort of partly joyful, partly grim-looking dolls to decorate his home in Santa Fe. Vitra have lovingly reproduced a collection of dolls based on originals found in the Girard Estate. Originally intended for personal use, the dolls are now part of the Vitra Design Museum Collection. Alexander Girard was one of the decisive figures in post-War American design. The focus of his broad oeuvre was on textile design, and a key source of inspiration for him was his passion for the popular art of South America, Asia and East Europe.
Wooden Doll No.13 Wooden Doll No.13

Wooden Doll No.13

£85.00

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Alexander Girard created this charming cohort of partly joyful, partly grim-looking dolls to decorate his home in Santa Fe. Vitra have lovingly reproduced a collection of dolls based on originals found in the Girard Estate. Originally intended for personal use, the dolls are now part of the Vitra Design Museum Collection. Alexander Girard was one of the decisive figures in post-War American design. The focus of his broad oeuvre was on textile design, and a key source of inspiration for him was his passion for the popular art of South America, Asia and East Europe.
Wooden Doll No.15 Wooden Doll No.15

Wooden Doll No.15

£85.00

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Alexander Girard created this charming cohort of partly joyful, partly grim-looking dolls to decorate his home in Santa Fe. Vitra have lovingly reproduced a collection of dolls based on originals found in the Girard Estate. Originally intended for personal use, the dolls are now part of the Vitra Design Museum Collection. Alexander Girard was one of the decisive figures in post-War American design. The focus of his broad oeuvre was on textile design, and a key source of inspiration for him was his passion for the popular art of South America, Asia and East Europe.
Wooden Doll No.2 Wooden Doll No.2

Wooden Doll No.2

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Alexander Girard created this charming cohort of partly joyful, partly grim-looking dolls to decorate his home in Santa Fe. Vitra have lovingly reproduced a collection of dolls based on originals found in the Girard Estate. Originally intended for personal use, the dolls are now part of the Vitra Design Museum Collection. Alexander Girard was one of the decisive figures in post-War American design. The focus of his broad oeuvre was on textile design, and a key source of inspiration for him was his passion for the popular art of South America, Asia and East Europe.
Wooden Doll No.3 Wooden Doll No.3

Wooden Doll No.3

£85.00

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Alexander Girard created this charming cohort of partly joyful, partly grim-looking dolls to decorate his home in Santa Fe. Vitra have lovingly reproduced a collection of dolls based on originals found in the Girard Estate. Originally intended for personal use, the dolls are now part of the Vitra Design Museum Collection. Alexander Girard was one of the decisive figures in post-War American design. The focus of his broad oeuvre was on textile design, and a key source of inspiration for him was his passion for the popular art of South America, Asia and East Europe.
Wooden Doll No.7 Wooden Doll No.7

Wooden Doll No.7

£85.00

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Alexander Girard created this charming cohort of partly joyful, partly grim-looking dolls to decorate his home in Santa Fe. Vitra have lovingly reproduced a collection of dolls based on originals found in the Girard Estate. Originally intended for personal use, the dolls are now part of the Vitra Design Museum Collection. Alexander Girard was one of the decisive figures in post-War American design. The focus of his broad oeuvre was on textile design, and a key source of inspiration for him was his passion for the popular art of South America, Asia and East Europe.
Wooden Doll No.8 Wooden Doll No.8

Wooden Doll No.8

£85.00

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Alexander Girard created this charming cohort of partly joyful, partly grim-looking dolls to decorate his home in Santa Fe. Vitra have lovingly reproduced a collection of dolls based on originals found in the Girard Estate. Originally intended for personal use, the dolls are now part of the Vitra Design Museum Collection. Alexander Girard was one of the decisive figures in post-War American design. The focus of his broad oeuvre was on textile design, and a key source of inspiration for him was his passion for the popular art of South America, Asia and East Europe.
Wooden Doll No.9 Wooden Doll No.9

Wooden Doll No.9

£85.00

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Alexander Girard created this charming cohort of partly joyful, partly grim-looking dolls to decorate his home in Santa Fe. Vitra have lovingly reproduced a collection of dolls based on originals found in the Girard Estate. Originally intended for personal use, the dolls are now part of the Vitra Design Museum Collection. Alexander Girard was one of the decisive figures in post-War American design. The focus of his broad oeuvre was on textile design, and a key source of inspiration for him was his passion for the popular art of South America, Asia and East Europe.
Wooden Mother Fish & Child

Wooden Mother Fish & Child

£104.00

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These part decorative, part toy, wooden fish are based upon the original collection of Alexander Girard from his estate held within the Vitra Design Museum. Girard one of the leading figures of postwar American design sourced inspiration for his designs from folk art of South America, Asia and Eastern Europe. The original dolls were designed and made by Girard for his home in Santa Fe.

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