A life’s collection donated to Vitsœ for the benefit of future generations.
The pictograms by Wolfgang Schmidt, who was Vitsœ’s graphic designer for more than 30 years.
An exhibition of jewelry by students and staff of Central Saint Martins at Vitsœ Munich.
An exhibition of form and function refined over generations, to coincide with London Design Festival 2016.
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 February 20–March 1.
After the success of 2014’s collaboration, An unassuming wardrobe, we are welcoming S.E.H Kelly back to Vitsœ London again for Perennial favourites from February 4–11.
Vitsœ shops closed on November 27, 2015.
Now there are ever more places to see us – and meet us – around the world.
Listen and explore with a very nice cuppa at Vitsœ London during London Design Festival.
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, May 14– July 14.
We host a Vitsœ Reading Room in Berlin during May at the ARCH+ Studio. Visit us May 1-3 during Gallery Weekend Berlin and May 21–23 during TYPO Berlin. Join us at the opening party on April 30.
Following the success of our first visit to Berlin, Vitsœ planner Mirko Meznaric will return to the ARCH+ Studio from April 9–11.
For our latest reading room we have invited Zurich publisher Nieves Books to our Munich shop from February 21–March 3.
Visit our planner, Mirko Meznaric, at the ARCH+ Studio from January 15–17. We have teamed up with ARCH+ to display our shelves, chairs and tables in Berlin.
Granta takes over our London shop on December 12 and 13.
Vitsœ New York
33 Bond Street
Black Friday 11am–7pm, closed
Saturday 11am–7pm, open
Frankfurt-based bag maker Tsatsas exudes a clarity and quality that we admire. So much so that we have offered our Munich shop for an exhibition.
East London-based garment-maker SEH Kelly has brought its studio to our West London shop to tell a story of Hebridean mills, the revived art of horn buttons and the virtues of making in Britain.
The place to pause in comfort during a hectic design festival.
We will transform our New York shop into the Vitsœ Fruit Stand to coincide with ICFF and NYCxDESIGN 2014.
The fully re-engineered 621 Side Table is available now, only from Vitsœ.
The next 620 Reading Room will take place at Vitsœ Munich in collaboration with graphic designer, Bernd Kuchenbeiser, and coffee roaster, emilo.
Once again we have teamed up with our friends at The Shop at Cooper-Hewitt for a month-long shop-in-shop at Vitsœ New York.
We are honored to have been invited to take part in Jony Ive and Marc Newson’s (RED) Auction at Sotheby’s New York.
London honors a lifetime of achievement.
There are many things one can get up to in a 620 chair, reading and drinking coffee being among the best, hence the 620 Reading Room. This time in London.
Our new sixth-floor space in Copenhagen’s historic center looks out across the city’s many spires.
The re-engineered 620 Chair Program has landed and it’s time to celebrate.
Our new Munich shop sits across the street from the city’s finest ice cream parlour.
Los Angeles planner Rob Fissmer and his growing family have moved to a mid-century modern home designed by A. Quincy Jones.
Catch it if you can before 22 January.
Buy the ten principles poster online
We are pleased to announce that we have now established Vitsœ Tokyo.
Having celebrated his 80th birthday in 2012, Dieter Rams has been looking to the future.
At Vitsœ our eyes are always peeled for those who help to make all of our lives just a little bit better.
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