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Together, the different materials offer an almost infinite number of possible combinations. The coherence of the system makes it easy for architects, interior designers and end consumers to create a lively interior collage with a strong identity.
'The Vitra Colour & Material Library encourages creative freedom and fires the imagination – not by making everything possible, but by providing a clear display of options.'
The Dutch designer Hella Jongerius lives and works in Berlin, where she founded the Jongeriuslab studio in 1993. For Vitra, the Dutch designer has developed distinctive pieces such as the Polder Sofa and the East River Chair. In her work with textiles, ceramics and furniture, Jongerius has consistently explored the significance of colours and surfaces in contemporary design. She developed the Colour & Material Library for Vitra over a period of several years – a system that enables the versatile combination of different materials and colours throughout the extensive Vitra product collection.
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