For many people, home is the only place where they can truly be themselves.

A home interior reflects the history and personality of its users. It is a part of their identity. Vitra believes such environments are best shaped by the principle of the collage – the idea that a vibrant living space gains character through a mix of old and new, high and low, classic and contemporary.

Designs from the twentieth century by George Nelson, Charles and Ray Eames, Isamu Noguchi, Jean Prouvé and Verner Panton form the core of the Vitra Home Collection. As timely and vital as ever, they have become classics – a term applied by Vitra to designs from another era that are still in production today and continue to move and inspire us.

Our home is the only place where we can truly be ourselves. Every home has an autobiographical dimension – our interiors reflect our personality and become a part of our identity.
Home Stories for Winter
The future has never felt more present in everyday life; we sense we’re on the peak of significant change. Moving forward, we must decide what is worth preserving from the past. Loved pieces that are handed down from generation to generation root us in our history and embody a spirit of mid-century in our modern environments that is forever forward facing.
Home Stories
Our homes tell a series of stories, charting the constants and the changes in our life. Each of us is the author.
Accessories Collection
A successful atmosphere is the sum of many things. In particular, small objects play an important part.
Find inspiration in the VitraHaus displays, watch as your own Lounge Chair is handcrafted in the Lounge Chair Atelier or enjoy cake and coffee in the VitraHaus Café.