Vitra Sofas

The Vitra brand began as a shop-fitting business in Weil am Rhein, Germany in 1934, becoming the Vitra furniture manufacturing company in the 1950s. It was at this time that Vitra gained a licence from the American Herman Miller Company to produce its products in Europe.

At the time, the main designers were Charles and Ray Eames and George Nelson, with designs including George Nelson’s world famous Marshmallow sofa, which is still available today as part of the Vitra classics collection, which includes the Vitra Miniatures Marshmallow sofa. These items are true collectables and any design fan will be in awe of the scale models. Each miniature has a licence agreement with the designer or their estate.

The Vitra Polder sofa is another fun design, with a different take on the usual sofa designs we see today. The different sized cushions challenge design norms and go against uniformity. The word ‘Polder’ refers to the flood plains in Holland that have been cut off from the sea and this is reflected in the shape and colour of the Vitra sofa.

The Vitra Suita sofa system was designed by Antonio Citterio for Vitra. This Vitra sofa offers endless versatile combinations and will suit most environments where the emphasis is to relax - from a living room at home, to open-plan or break out areas in an office. Not only is there a large variety of colours, fabrics and leathers to choose from, but you can also choose different shapes and sizes of cushions to make your sofa truly individual.

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