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Design classics as miniatures

Miniature Furniture & Accessories: Great Design Classics, Done Small

The Eames RAR rocking chair, the Surface vase, the Bell side table - manufacturers such as Vitra, Rosenthal and ClassiCon offer world-famous design classics in mini format - collector's items for furniture lovers. The miniatures, in scale 1:6, are equipped true to detail, like a cut from the original. Meticulous handwork is present wherever extraordinary miniature furniture is created - every seam sits, every notch gets its place. Discover unique replicas in our design miniature shop!

Miniature models by Connox - your advantages at a glance:

The Value of a Design Miniature

Design miniatures illustrate the value that design is given and its overwhelming role in the industrial production process. Some miniatures, such as the Chaise Longue by Le Corbusier or the rotblaue chair by Gerrit Thomas Rietveld, are now just as well-known as most famous works of art. They are coveted by museums and collectors around the world. Miniature furniture shows the variety of styles of contemporary design in a fascinating way and offers a unique access to the history of furniture design.

Vitra Miniature Collection - Design Replicas in 1:6 Scale

Vitra maintains its own collection of miniature models of design classics. The Miniatures Collection of the Vitra Design Museum includes key objects of international design history from 1850 to today. Each miniature is equivalent to the original in design, material and colour. Fidelity makes a Vitra miniature much more than just an object to collect: they have their firm place as illustrative material in universities and design schools. In our interior design shop, you have a choice of more than 100 models. The collection of the Vitra Design Museum as well as the miniatures range from Connox are constantly expanding.

Learn more here about the manufacturing process of a design miniature at the Vitra Design Museum.