A sense of belongings

An exhibition of treasured possessions examines how emotional attachment ensures that man-made objects last as long as possible.

The Strong collection

A story of design history and day-to-day utility via a remarkable personal collection, now in Royal Leamington Spa.

Off the shelf

An exhibition of jewellery by students and staff of Central Saint Martins at Vitsœ Munich.

Shelf life: Central Saint Martins at Vitsœ Munich

Staff and students from the Jewellery Design degree course from London’s Central Saint Martins will be exhibiting their works in our Munich shop for the first time at Shelf Life from 20 February–1 March.

Vitsœ Listening Room with The Wire

Analogue music.
Paper catalogues.
Magazine archive.

Listen and explore with a very nice cuppa at Vitsœ London during London Design Festival.
All welcome.

I Cannot Not Communicate at Vitsœ New York

Berlin and UK-based artist, Martin John Callanan, shows a new work, I Cannot Not Communicate, for the first time at Vitsœ’s New York shop at 33 Bond Street, 14 May–14 July.

Vitsœ Reading Room in Berlin with Nieves Zines

We host a Vitsœ Reading Room in Berlin during May at the ARCH+ Studio. Visit us 1–3 May during Gallery Weekend Berlin and 21–23 May during TYPO Berlin. Join us at the opening party on 30 April.

Vitsœ back in Berlin

Following the success of our first visit to Berlin, Vitsœ planner Mirko Meznaric will return to the ARCH+ Studio from 9–11 April.

In Berlin

Visit our planner, Mirko Meznaric, at the ARCH+ Studio from 15–17 January. We have teamed up with ARCH+ to display our shelves, chairs and tables in Berlin.

Free book and coffee. Really?

The next 620 Reading Room will take place at Vitsœ Munich in collaboration with graphic designer, Bernd Kuchenbeiser, and coffee roaster, emilo.

620 Reading Room in London

There are many things one can get up to in a 620 chair, reading and drinking coffee being among the best. Next week, in collaboration with Four Corners Books and Coleman Coffee Roasters, we are transforming our London shop into a reading room – a place to pause in comfort.

Take it to the hills

Los Angeles planner Rob Fissmer and his growing family have moved to a mid-century modern home designed by A. Quincy Jones.

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