Not only the operators of public institutions, but also individual employees, visitors and passengers benefit from the experience Vitra has gained from its global installed base and its continuous exploration of new developments.Airports, train stations and other public spaces are often filled with people around the clock. Their planning and furnishings contribute both to their success in operations and to the well-being of the people who use them. The products employed must therefore meet the highest demands in terms of quality, design and serviceability.
Thanks to the broad spectrum of products, visitors to waiting zones as well as users of other areas can benefit from the ergonomic and design quality of Vitra’s products: from the airport gate to customs, security clearance and luggage check-in, and from restaurants, lounges and shopping areas to back offices and control centre areas.
Gate and hold roomWaiting area seating systems such as Airline, Meda Gate, .04 or Eames Tandem Seating are suitable for airports of all sizes – even at mega hubs such as London Heathrow and Atlanta Hartsfield. Our longstanding cooperation with designated logistics partners ensures optimal distribution operations and efficient information flow.
LoungesLounges are important areas for travellers – they can relax or work in peace and quiet there. The comfortable lounge furniture by Vitra meets the high demands of public spaces. Vitra also drives forward the development of innovative products – such as Workbays. These micro architectural elements made of sound-absorbing polyester fleece can be used to create numerous configurations for retreat and meeting areas.
Air and ground traffic controlAir traffic controllers are responsible for many people’s safety. With HeadLine, Vitra offers a chair that can lessen tension and facilitate concentration during screen-based work.Duty free and shoppingVitra offers, together with its sister company Vizona, highly developed expertise in the planning and implementation of retail concepts, including architectural lighting.