Vitra Elephant pad, cognac
Vitra Elephant pad, cognac

Elephant pad, cognac

Vitra

26.00€

Vitra
Elephant pad
26.00€


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Description

Vitra’s charming Elephant mouse pad draws inspiration from the Eames Elephant, created by Charles and Ray Eames in the 1940s. The expressive mouse mats, designed by Hella Jongerius, are made from surplus leather from Vitra's furniture production to minimize waste. The soft and supple feel of the high-quality leather also makes the refined Elephant mouse pad particularly comfortable to use. A mood-boosting pad adds a bit of fun and functionality to your work desk – and it is also a great gift idea for a friend or colleague!

Material
High-quality furniture leather (leather remnants from the production of Vitra furniture)
Colour
Cognac brown
Width
25 cm
Depth
20 cm

Hella Jongerius

The Dutch designer Hella Jongerius (b.1963) studied industrial design at the Design Academy of Eindhoven. After her graduation she did some projects for the Amsterdam-based design company Droog Design. Since 1993 she has run her own studio, Jongeriuslab, in Rotterdam. Through Jongeriuslab she designs textiles, crockery and furniture. Her design is characterized by combining opposites, for example traditional and contemporary. Jongerius has done projects for big international companies such as Vitra, Artek, Kvadrat and Ikea. Her work can also be seen in many museums, for example in MoMA in New York.

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    Jyväskylä, Finland

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    Wau, kerrassaan ihana!

    119 days ago

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  • No incineration or landfilling of returned items
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  • No potentially harmful chemicals used in own production
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