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Vitra Design Museum
A New Video Takes Viewers Into the Vitra Design Museum’s Chair Collection
"Chair Times: A History of Seating from 1800 to Today" is a white-gloved tour of the museum's encyclopedic collection of chairs.
Home Stories Summons Up a History of 20th-Century Interior Design
The exhibition at Vitra Design Museum in Germany revives 20 iconic interiors. It's an ambitious task, writes our correspondent, but one that's ultimately successful.
Balkrishna Doshi’s Expansive Architectural Oeuvre Goes on View at the Vitra Design Museum
Among the last of the Moderns (he is going on 92), Doshi reflects the best of Modernism’s social mission, presiding over a rich body of work (notably addressing low-cost housing and town planning).
Design Provocateur: Revisiting the Prescient Ideas of Victor Papanek
Papanek, whose uproarious calls to politicize design won him a loyal following, is the subject of an exhibition at the Vitra Design Museum.
The Designers Who Made Disco
The nightclub has always been a fiercely creative and radical architectural typology, a new exhibition at the Vitra Design Museum argues.
The Robots Have Eyes, Vitra Design Museum Exhibit Warns
Today’s robots come in unexpected forms, says curator Amelie Klein. Designers must prepare themselves for the ramifications.
In “Source Material,” Architects and Designers Share Their Most Treasured Keepsakes
Seven architects and designers share their most treasured keepsakes.
Michael Graves, Irving Harper, Others Remember George Nelson
George Nelson—architect, industrial designer, writer, editor, gadfly, and master impresario. Now the talented team behind one of design’s great figures reveals the method to the madness—and how his greatest genius