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W.S., July 2, 2018
LCW by Charles & Ray Eames, 1945_Miro Zagnoli
LCW by Charles & Ray Eames, 1945_Miro Zagnoli
 
Vitra has always been convinced that part of the value and utility of a piece of furniture is naturally contingent on the assurance that neither its production, nor its use, nor its disposal has a harmful effect on the consumer. The essential task of design is defined as much by ecology as it is by beauty and functionality. However, a complex corporation requires more than just philosophical conviction to guarantee that environmental concerns are rec-ognised and scrutinised in the countless steps of manufacturing and marketing. For this reason, the task group “Vitra and the Environment” was es-tablished in 1986. It was the forerunner of today's comprehensive environmental management section. All of the company's activities are assessed against the criteria of environmental protection. Internal audits and systematic inspections by external consultants provide additional verification of continuing progress in every area.

Park Armchair-Park Swivel Armchair by Jasper Morrison, 2004_Isabel Truniger
Park Armchair-Park Swivel Armchair by Jasper Morrison, 2004_Isabel Truniger
 
Cité by Jean Prouvé, 1930_Isabel Truniger
Cité by Jean Prouvé, 1930_Isabel Truniger
 
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