Vitra Design Museum + Schaudepot17,00 € / 15,00 €*Vitra Design Museum 11,00 € / 9,00 €*Schaudepot8,00 € / 6,00 €*Architecture tour 2h14,00 € / 10,00 €* Guided tours 1h (Exhibition tour, Production tour or Behind the Scenes)7,00 € / 5,00 €**Reduced prices: young people from age 12, students, seniors,disabled persons, groups of more than 10 people, combination of 3 and more tickets/person, children under 12 years of age free
Vitra Design MuseumCharles-Eames-Str. 2D-79576 Weil am RheinT +49.7621.702.3200F +email@example.com
Daily 10 am – 6 pm,24 December 10 am – 2 pm. The museum is open on Sundays and on all public holidays.
Night Fever. Designing Club Culture 1960 – Today
17.03. – 09.09.2018Museum
Bas Princen. Image and Architecture
24.02. – 05.08.2018Gallery
Ron Arad: Yes to the Uncommon!
08.06. – 14.10.2018Schaudepot
The Vitra Design Museum Collection – 1800 to the Present
Hello, Robot. Design between Human and Machine
27.05. - 04.11.2018Gewerbemuseum WintherthurSwitzerland
The Bauhaus #itsalldesign
19.09.2018 – 06.01.2019mudac, LausanneSwitzerland
14.10.2018 – 06.01.2019Blanton Museum of ArtAustin, TX, USA
Together! The New Architecture of the Collective
29.11.2018 – 17.03.2019GRASSI Museum, LeipzigGermany
The collection of the Vitra Design Museum ranks among the most important holdings of furniture design worldwide. It contains some 7000 pieces of furniture, a vast assemblage of lighting objects and numerous archives, as well as the Collection of the Eames Office, or the estates of Verner Panton and Alexander Girard. On 4 June 2016 the Vitra Schaudepot was opened, created by the architectural firm Herzog & de Meuron, in which the Vitra Design Museum presents key pieces of its collection.
Guided tours through the Vitra Schaudepot:Highlights from the CollectionEvery Friday to Sunday2 pmBehind the Scenes3 pm
Vitra Design Museum + Schaudepot17,00 € / 15,00 €*
Vitra Design Museum 11,00 € / 9,00 €*
Schaudepot8,00 € / 6,00 €*
Architekturführung 2h14,00 / 10,00€*
Führungen 1h (Ausstellung, Produktion oder Blick hinter die Kulissen)7,00 € / 5,00 €*
*Ermäßigungen: Jugendliche ab 12, Studenten, Senioren, Menschen mit Behinderung, Gruppen ab 10 Personen, Kombination von 3 und mehr Tickets/Person, Kinder bis 12 frei
Täglich: 10 – 18 Uhr,am 24.12. 10 – 14 Uhr.Das Museum ist an allen Sonn- und Feiertagen geöffnet.
The first Schaudepot temporary exhibition is dedicated to Radical Design, a design Movement that reached its peak at the end of the 1960s and the beginning of the 1970s in Italy and is one of the most important avant-garde movements in the history of design. With manifestos, unconventional design vocabulary, transdisciplinary working methods and utopian design ideas, exponents of Radical Design were protesting against functionalism and the established taste in design and architecture. Thus, they showed that designers and architects must not only be seen as service providers in a commercial context but that they can also actively and critically engage in social and political matters.Superstudio, for example, with the table Quaderna and Gaetano Pesce with his Sofa La Mamma provided a critique of consumer society as well as of the social status of women. In collaboration with the company Gufram, designers such as Piero Gilardi, Studio65 and Drocco/Mello used the new materials of polyurethane foam and latex rubber coating in their furniture design and thus achieved a break-through in design freedom, facilitating the influence of pop art in furniture design. The disappearance of borders between design and other disciplines are also shown in the works of Alessandro Mendini, who was simultaneously active in various groupings as a publicist, artist, architect and designer.The critical awareness brought about by Radical Design continues to influence numerous designers and artists today. Many of the current design trends such as Critical Design, Social Design and Participatory Design relate to the concept of Radical Design. Another part of the exhibition shows interviews with contemporary designers, design theorists and producers, who explain the influence and significance of Radical Design in their work or in the design world today.