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Vitra Dot Pillow

Vitra Dot Pillow

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The differently coloured dots have an irregular cross-hatched pattern resembling embroidery by hand. They give the cushion a playful character that is balanced by a soft background colour.

Dutch designer Hella Jongerius has always drawn inspiration from dots, and her textile and product designs feature them as a key component of her aesthetic. A single dot is an unremarkable form, but when combined with other dots to create a pattern, they take on new life. They communicate with the background and the other dots.


Manufacturer: Vitra
Material: Fabric, Duck half down filing
Size: 40 x 40cm



Hella Jongerius, 2014

Vitra | Hella Jongerius

 The designer Hella Jongerius has become known for the manner in which she fuses industry and craft, high- and low-tech, traditional and contemporary. In 1993 she founded the Jongeriuslab studio, where she has pursued independent projects and also created products for major clients, including Maharam, Danskina, IKEA and KLM.

For Vitra, the Dutch designer has developed distinctive pieces such as the Polder Sofa and the East River Chair. Jongerius has consistently addressed the significance of colours and surfaces in contemporary design in her work with textiles, ceramics and furniture. She has been the Art Director for colours and materials at Vitra for many years and developed the Vitra Colour & Material Library – a system that enables the versatile combination of different materials and colours throughout the extensive Vitra product collection. Hella Jongerius has also written a book about this complex task entitled «I Don’t Have a Favorite Colour».

Works by Hella Jongerius have been shown at museums and galleries such as Design Museum (London), Galerie kreo (Paris) and the Moss Gallery (New York).


Vitra is much more than a brand but rather a staple of design. Established in 1950 in Birsfelden, Switzerland, the brand has left its mark on design history through its transcending path. Starting as a furniture producer, it paved its way to manufacturing and ultimately became the powerhouse design institution we see today.


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