Vitra uses Vectorworks for interior design

Posted by Theresa Downs on 7/12/11 8:41 AM  |  2 min read time

One of the most creative and high profile furniture design companies in the world is Vitra, and we are proud to play a role in the company's development of sound, intelligent, inspired, and sustainable solutions.

Project Vitra began in 1957 when the company started producing the furniture of Charles and Ray Eames and George Nelson in Basel, Switzerland and neighboring Weil am Rhein, Germany. In the years since then, the company, now known as Vitra, has grown significantly and continues to build and further develop classic furniture designs that influence the entire industry. Today, Vitra has a global presence and is known for its products as well as its cultural initiatives, which manifest themselves in the Vitra Design Museum, the VitraHaus, as well as in the company's own unique architecture.

referenz vitra_0001079B An example of a client's project.

The teams at Vitra depend on the Vectorworks Architect software to help them visualize functional office spaces and even entire ergonomically adapted work environments while still in the planning phase, keeping costs and expenses under control at all times. They also use the graphics library extensively and produce two- and three-dimensional graphics, which are presented together with other images out of the Vitra catalogue. Vitra sets extremely high expectations regarding the quality of planning concepts and presentations. This is why the planners greatly appreciate the graphical strengths of the Vectorworks software in 2D and 3D, as well as the visualization results from CINEMA 4D.

To read more about Vitra and how the company uses Vectorworks, please visit the Case Studies section of our website.

Topics: Architecture, The Vitra Design Museum, Vectorworks Architect, Vitra GmbH, 3D Modeling, Case Study, Charles and Ray Eames, CINEMA 4D, George Nelson, VitraHaus

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