The Antony chair by Jean Prouvé was designed in the early 1950s for the Cité Universitaire in Antony near Paris. With its dynamically curved wooden shell and characteristic metal base, this small armchair was one of the French designer's last furniture creations. Virgil Abloh pays tribute to the iconic design with an updated version. He has transformed the armchair by giving it a plexiglass shell that reveals the supporting metal structure, which is further accentuated by a powder blue lacquer finish. Each Armchair is individually numbered 1 of 150.
This version of the 1940s Petite Potence wall lamp, designed by OFF-WHITE designer Virgil Abloh and design company Vitra, features a metal cage around the LED bulb. The US addition comes with a US plug, so international customers will need the appropriate adaptor. Each Lamp is individually numbered 1 of 150.
The Virgil Abloh x Vitra Ceramic Block in Blue, designed by OFF-WHITE designer Virgil Abloh and design company Vitra, is available in an exclusive VA Blue colorway. Limited to just 999 pieces worldwide, the Vitra x Virgil Abloh Ceramic Block is a powerful statement piece to have. Each Ceramic Block is individually numbered 1 of 999.
2035: US Edition Virgil Abloh c/o Vitra by Virgil.Abloh.Vitra
"2035: US Edition Virgil Abloh c/o Vitra" examines how technological and societal evolution impacts our homes, while simultaneously addressing the degree to which our environment influences our life path, our tastes and the decisions we make. Open to the public at 140 NE 39th Street Ste. 102 in Miami, from 11am EST to 7 pm EST Dec 3rd - 7th.