Due to the spread of the coronavirus/COVID-19, the Vitra Campus (Vitra Design Museum, Vitra Design Museum Gallery, Vitra Schaudepot, VitraHaus and the restaurants VitraHaus Café und Depot Deli) in Weil am Rhein is closed to visitors from 2nd November 2020 until the end of the month. Vitra is obliged to take these necessary measures to protect visitors and employees on the Vitra Campus from infection with the coronavirus. Our medically assisted task force will continue to review our policy on a regular basis.We hope that the current situation will soon improve and that we will be able to welcome you back to the Vitra Campus in December. As soon as the Vitra Campus reopens for visitors, we will communicate this on www.vitra.com/campus and www.design-museum.de You can also follow our activities via our social media channels and our newsletters. We look forward to seeing you again in December.
The VitraHaus, built by Herzog & de Meuron, is Vitra’s flagship store and home to the Vitra Home Collection. Here, you can view furniture arrangements in different design styles, which include both the great Vitra classics and the latest contemporary designs. This means that you can find inspiration for your home, explore your taste in design and try out, order and purchase furniture and design objects. Enjoy the view from the loft and then set off on a tour of discovery: in addition to the showroom over four floors, a shop, the Lounge Chair Atelier and the Café await you on the ground floor.
Contact information & opening hours:Ray-Eames-Str. 1D-79576 Weil am Rhein+49 (0)7621 702 email@example.comTo mark its tenth anniversary, the VitraHaus has been newly renovated. We look forward to welcoming you on all levels of the VitraHaus, where you can experience the building’s new interior concept.The Vitra Campus remains closed in November.
The new Interior Studio is located on the ground floor opposite the main entrance of the VitraHaus. The studio offers an inspiring working atmosphere where you can view fabrics and material samples or attend a consultation appointment. An experienced team will create a mood board that can assist you in furnishing a living room or even an entire house.You can book a consultation with one of the product experts via the new Vitra Campus App.
The Lounge Chair Atelier gives you the chance to watch a stage of the chair’s production. Here you can witness the craftsmanship that goes into the Vitra design classic – the Lounge Chair – which was designed by Charles & Ray Eames in 1956. In the VitraHaus, you can configure your own Lounge Chair & Ottoman with a selection of leathers, wooden shells and grains – and watch your own personal one-of-a-kind original be put together.An open workshop forms the centrepiece of the Vitra Atelier. It has been relocated from the company’s private production premises to the public campus area. Beginning with the story behind this icon of modern furniture design – produced by Vitra with the same care and precision for more than 50 years – the Vitra Atelier opens up various perspectives. It gives visitors the opportunity to witness materials being used, individual production tasks, as well as the longevity and sustainability of the design, which remains as cutting edge today as it ever was.If at the VitraHaus you decide to purchase an Eames Lounge Chair and to have it made in the Lounge Chair Atelier, the chair will be given a special label that shows that it was made there. Later, it will be delivered to your door.Contact information:+49 (0)7621 702 firstname.lastname@example.org
The shop on the ground floor of the VitraHaus offers a wide selection of design objects, home accessories and publications. These include select furniture designs by major designers such as Charles and Ray Eames, George Nelson, Jasper Morrison, Sori Yanagi and Hella Jongerius, miniatures and faithful re-editions from the Vitra Design Museum, as well as offers from other design manufacturers such as Tom Dixon, Alessi, Hay and many more. Our selection of books includes the Vitra Design Museum’s exhibition catalogues as well as a wide range of publications on design and architecture. Many of the products are developed based on the museum’s collection and on the research done for exhibitions. The aim is to make important classics of design history available. A selection of products can also be found at the Vitra Design Museum’s Online Shop.Contact information & opening hours:+49 (0)7621 702 email@example.comThe Vitra Campus remains closed in November.
At the Café, you can enjoy a regularly changing menu of fresh regional specialties. When the weather is nice, you can relax out on the terrace or in the meadow at the foot of the Tüllinger Hill. There is also a set menu of the day in addition to the regular menu. If you have any questions, or would like to make a reservation, you can contact the Café between 12am and 5pm. The Café and the terrace can be booked for private parties and evening events after 6pm.In addition to the Café, the Airstream Kiosk – an original Airstream trailer, a 1968 20’ Globetrotter – gives Campus visitors an additional dining option during the summer months on the meadow between the VitraHaus and the Vitra Design Museum. The take-away restaurant not only offers small snacks and drinks for those between-meal hunger pangs, but also baskets, blankets and packed lunches for people to take along on their walk along Verner-Panton-Weg to the Vitra picnic area on Tüllinger Hill.Current menu (PDF)Contact information & opening hours:+49 (0)7621 702 firstname.lastname@example.orgLarger groups are requested to provide advance notice of their visit.The Vitra Campus remains closed in November.