Vitra Desks

Based in Birsfelden, Vitra is a family-owned company which is renowned for its instantly recognisable furniture and lighting designs.

Since the brand was founded in 1934, Vitra designs have connected quality, design and function. Sustainability is key to the Vitra ethic, with designs that are not only aesthetically pleasing but also built to last.

The Vitra Eames desk unit was designed in 1949 by renowned American designers Charles and Ray Eames. Part of a new idea for free-standing multi-functional shelves and a writing desk, the Eames desk unit is manufactured in a plywood and maple veneer with coloured lacquer screens. The metal surfaces are black powder coated and the desk even has adjustable feet.

The Vitra Home Desk by George Nelson is design classic from the 1950s. The ideal workstation for any home, the coloured plastic dividers designed to store all your office or study essentials are functional as well as particularly eye-catching. The wooden frame is wrapped in walnut veneer and sits on metal tubular legs. This is a Vitra desk that you will want to show off.

The Vitra Compas Direction desk was designed by Jean Prouvé in 1953. The compass-like narrow, splayed metal legs - reminiscent of the design of a compass - give the Vitra table a striking look that immediately draws the eye. This handsome Vitra table with its solid oiled wood top, compact dimensions and choice of base colours would suit any contemporary setting - it really is a timeless piece and a true investment.

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