Vitra Design Museum


Charles-Eames-Straße 2, 79576 Weil am Rhein

Das Vitra Design Museum ist mit seinem unverwechselbaren Design ein Museum mit wechselnden Ausstellungen und Workshops, vorrangig aus den Bereichen Architektur und - wie kann es anders sein - Design.

 

 

Öffnungszeiten

Täglich: 10 – 18 Uhr,
am 24.12. 10 – 14 Uhr.
Das Museum ist an allen Sonn- und Feiertagen geöffnet.

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Kommende Events

Architecture tour
17.06.2019 um 11:30 Uhr / Weil am Rhein

The Vitra Campus is a magnet for design and architecture enthusiasts. Few other places in the world can boast such a large number of contemporary architectural icons. It was here that Zaha Hadid created her very first structure in 1993 – the Fire Station – and American architect Frank Gehry constructed his first building in Europe in 1989. Designed by Herzog & de Meuron, the VitraHaus of 2010 on the north side of the campus is an eye-catcher, even from afar. Alongside the Vitra Schaudepot, also designed by Herzog & de Meuron, a second public area was created on the campus in 2016. Then, there are other works like the Conference Pavilion by Tadao Ando, a geodesic dome based on the designs of Richard Buckminster Fuller, a petrol station by Jean Prouvé, factory buildings by Nicholas Grimshaw, Álvaro Siza and SANAA and the Vitra Slide Tower by the artist Carsten Höller. Daily guided tours explain the backgrounds of architects and buildings alike.

The VitraHaus (2010), designed by Herzog & de Meuron, can be viewed from the outside during the tour, and its interior can be explored independently. The Vitra Campus comprises a public and a private area. In the public space, you will find the Vitra Design Museum, the VitraHaus and the Vitra Silde Tower on the Álvaro-Siza-Promenade. The private area, where the production facilities are located, can only be accessed as part of an architecture tour. Please note that only guides of the Vitra Design Museum are allowed to conduct guided tours through the exhibition and on the Vitra Campus.

Delays cannot be considered.
Tickets ab 27,00 €
Architekturführung
17.06.2019 um 13:30 Uhr / Weil am Rhein

Der Vitra Campus ist ein Magnet für Design- und Architekturliebhaber. An kaum einem anderen Ort finden sich so viele Ikonen zeitgenössischer Architektur. Zaha Hadid realisierte hier mit dem Feuerwehrhaus 1993 ihr erstes Gebäude überhaupt, der amerikanische Architekt Frank Gehry seinen ersten Bau in Europa im Jahr 1989. Das von Herzog & de Meuron entworfene VitraHaus von 2010 im nordseitigen öffentlichen Bereich des Campus ist schon von Weitem ein Blickfang. Mit dem Vitra Schaudepot, ebenfalls von Herzog & de Meuron, entstand 2016 ein zweiter öffentlicher Bereich auf dem Campus. Hinzu kommen weitere Werke wie der Konferenzpavillon von Tadao Ando, eine geodätische Kuppel nach Richard Buckminster Fuller, eine Tankstelle von Jean Prouvé, Produktionshallen von Nicholas Grimshaw, Álvaro Siza und SANAA und der Rutschturm des Künstlers Carsten Höller. Tägliche Führungen erläutern Hintergründe zu Architekten und Bauwerken.

Verspätungen können nicht berücksichtigt werden.
Tickets ab 27,00 €
Architecture tour
18.06.2019 um 11:30 Uhr / Weil am Rhein

The Vitra Campus is a magnet for design and architecture enthusiasts. Few other places in the world can boast such a large number of contemporary architectural icons. It was here that Zaha Hadid created her very first structure in 1993 – the Fire Station – and American architect Frank Gehry constructed his first building in Europe in 1989. Designed by Herzog & de Meuron, the VitraHaus of 2010 on the north side of the campus is an eye-catcher, even from afar. Alongside the Vitra Schaudepot, also designed by Herzog & de Meuron, a second public area was created on the campus in 2016. Then, there are other works like the Conference Pavilion by Tadao Ando, a geodesic dome based on the designs of Richard Buckminster Fuller, a petrol station by Jean Prouvé, factory buildings by Nicholas Grimshaw, Álvaro Siza and SANAA and the Vitra Slide Tower by the artist Carsten Höller. Daily guided tours explain the backgrounds of architects and buildings alike.

The VitraHaus (2010), designed by Herzog & de Meuron, can be viewed from the outside during the tour, and its interior can be explored independently. The Vitra Campus comprises a public and a private area. In the public space, you will find the Vitra Design Museum, the VitraHaus and the Vitra Silde Tower on the Álvaro-Siza-Promenade. The private area, where the production facilities are located, can only be accessed as part of an architecture tour. Please note that only guides of the Vitra Design Museum are allowed to conduct guided tours through the exhibition and on the Vitra Campus.

Delays cannot be considered.
Tickets ab 27,00 €
Architekturführung
18.06.2019 um 13:30 Uhr / Weil am Rhein

Der Vitra Campus ist ein Magnet für Design- und Architekturliebhaber. An kaum einem anderen Ort finden sich so viele Ikonen zeitgenössischer Architektur. Zaha Hadid realisierte hier mit dem Feuerwehrhaus 1993 ihr erstes Gebäude überhaupt, der amerikanische Architekt Frank Gehry seinen ersten Bau in Europa im Jahr 1989. Das von Herzog & de Meuron entworfene VitraHaus von 2010 im nordseitigen öffentlichen Bereich des Campus ist schon von Weitem ein Blickfang. Mit dem Vitra Schaudepot, ebenfalls von Herzog & de Meuron, entstand 2016 ein zweiter öffentlicher Bereich auf dem Campus. Hinzu kommen weitere Werke wie der Konferenzpavillon von Tadao Ando, eine geodätische Kuppel nach Richard Buckminster Fuller, eine Tankstelle von Jean Prouvé, Produktionshallen von Nicholas Grimshaw, Álvaro Siza und SANAA und der Rutschturm des Künstlers Carsten Höller. Tägliche Führungen erläutern Hintergründe zu Architekten und Bauwerken.

Verspätungen können nicht berücksichtigt werden.
Tickets ab 27,00 €
Architecture tour
19.06.2019 um 11:30 Uhr / Weil am Rhein

The Vitra Campus is a magnet for design and architecture enthusiasts. Few other places in the world can boast such a large number of contemporary architectural icons. It was here that Zaha Hadid created her very first structure in 1993 – the Fire Station – and American architect Frank Gehry constructed his first building in Europe in 1989. Designed by Herzog & de Meuron, the VitraHaus of 2010 on the north side of the campus is an eye-catcher, even from afar. Alongside the Vitra Schaudepot, also designed by Herzog & de Meuron, a second public area was created on the campus in 2016. Then, there are other works like the Conference Pavilion by Tadao Ando, a geodesic dome based on the designs of Richard Buckminster Fuller, a petrol station by Jean Prouvé, factory buildings by Nicholas Grimshaw, Álvaro Siza and SANAA and the Vitra Slide Tower by the artist Carsten Höller. Daily guided tours explain the backgrounds of architects and buildings alike.

The VitraHaus (2010), designed by Herzog & de Meuron, can be viewed from the outside during the tour, and its interior can be explored independently. The Vitra Campus comprises a public and a private area. In the public space, you will find the Vitra Design Museum, the VitraHaus and the Vitra Silde Tower on the Álvaro-Siza-Promenade. The private area, where the production facilities are located, can only be accessed as part of an architecture tour. Please note that only guides of the Vitra Design Museum are allowed to conduct guided tours through the exhibition and on the Vitra Campus.

Delays cannot be considered.
Tickets ab 27,00 €
Architekturführung
19.06.2019 um 13:30 Uhr / Weil am Rhein

Der Vitra Campus ist ein Magnet für Design- und Architekturliebhaber. An kaum einem anderen Ort finden sich so viele Ikonen zeitgenössischer Architektur. Zaha Hadid realisierte hier mit dem Feuerwehrhaus 1993 ihr erstes Gebäude überhaupt, der amerikanische Architekt Frank Gehry seinen ersten Bau in Europa im Jahr 1989. Das von Herzog & de Meuron entworfene VitraHaus von 2010 im nordseitigen öffentlichen Bereich des Campus ist schon von Weitem ein Blickfang. Mit dem Vitra Schaudepot, ebenfalls von Herzog & de Meuron, entstand 2016 ein zweiter öffentlicher Bereich auf dem Campus. Hinzu kommen weitere Werke wie der Konferenzpavillon von Tadao Ando, eine geodätische Kuppel nach Richard Buckminster Fuller, eine Tankstelle von Jean Prouvé, Produktionshallen von Nicholas Grimshaw, Álvaro Siza und SANAA und der Rutschturm des Künstlers Carsten Höller. Tägliche Führungen erläutern Hintergründe zu Architekten und Bauwerken.

Verspätungen können nicht berücksichtigt werden.
Tickets ab 27,00 €
Architecture tour
20.06.2019 um 11:30 Uhr / Weil am Rhein

The Vitra Campus is a magnet for design and architecture enthusiasts. Few other places in the world can boast such a large number of contemporary architectural icons. It was here that Zaha Hadid created her very first structure in 1993 – the Fire Station – and American architect Frank Gehry constructed his first building in Europe in 1989. Designed by Herzog & de Meuron, the VitraHaus of 2010 on the north side of the campus is an eye-catcher, even from afar. Alongside the Vitra Schaudepot, also designed by Herzog & de Meuron, a second public area was created on the campus in 2016. Then, there are other works like the Conference Pavilion by Tadao Ando, a geodesic dome based on the designs of Richard Buckminster Fuller, a petrol station by Jean Prouvé, factory buildings by Nicholas Grimshaw, Álvaro Siza and SANAA and the Vitra Slide Tower by the artist Carsten Höller. Daily guided tours explain the backgrounds of architects and buildings alike.

The VitraHaus (2010), designed by Herzog & de Meuron, can be viewed from the outside during the tour, and its interior can be explored independently. The Vitra Campus comprises a public and a private area. In the public space, you will find the Vitra Design Museum, the VitraHaus and the Vitra Silde Tower on the Álvaro-Siza-Promenade. The private area, where the production facilities are located, can only be accessed as part of an architecture tour. Please note that only guides of the Vitra Design Museum are allowed to conduct guided tours through the exhibition and on the Vitra Campus.

Delays cannot be considered.
Tickets ab 27,00 €
Architekturführung
20.06.2019 um 13:30 Uhr / Weil am Rhein

Der Vitra Campus ist ein Magnet für Design- und Architekturliebhaber. An kaum einem anderen Ort finden sich so viele Ikonen zeitgenössischer Architektur. Zaha Hadid realisierte hier mit dem Feuerwehrhaus 1993 ihr erstes Gebäude überhaupt, der amerikanische Architekt Frank Gehry seinen ersten Bau in Europa im Jahr 1989. Das von Herzog & de Meuron entworfene VitraHaus von 2010 im nordseitigen öffentlichen Bereich des Campus ist schon von Weitem ein Blickfang. Mit dem Vitra Schaudepot, ebenfalls von Herzog & de Meuron, entstand 2016 ein zweiter öffentlicher Bereich auf dem Campus. Hinzu kommen weitere Werke wie der Konferenzpavillon von Tadao Ando, eine geodätische Kuppel nach Richard Buckminster Fuller, eine Tankstelle von Jean Prouvé, Produktionshallen von Nicholas Grimshaw, Álvaro Siza und SANAA und der Rutschturm des Künstlers Carsten Höller. Tägliche Führungen erläutern Hintergründe zu Architekten und Bauwerken.

Verspätungen können nicht berücksichtigt werden.
Tickets ab 27,00 €
Architecture tour
21.06.2019 um 11:30 Uhr / Weil am Rhein

The Vitra Campus is a magnet for design and architecture enthusiasts. Few other places in the world can boast such a large number of contemporary architectural icons. It was here that Zaha Hadid created her very first structure in 1993 – the Fire Station – and American architect Frank Gehry constructed his first building in Europe in 1989. Designed by Herzog & de Meuron, the VitraHaus of 2010 on the north side of the campus is an eye-catcher, even from afar. Alongside the Vitra Schaudepot, also designed by Herzog & de Meuron, a second public area was created on the campus in 2016. Then, there are other works like the Conference Pavilion by Tadao Ando, a geodesic dome based on the designs of Richard Buckminster Fuller, a petrol station by Jean Prouvé, factory buildings by Nicholas Grimshaw, Álvaro Siza and SANAA and the Vitra Slide Tower by the artist Carsten Höller. Daily guided tours explain the backgrounds of architects and buildings alike.

The VitraHaus (2010), designed by Herzog & de Meuron, can be viewed from the outside during the tour, and its interior can be explored independently. The Vitra Campus comprises a public and a private area. In the public space, you will find the Vitra Design Museum, the VitraHaus and the Vitra Silde Tower on the Álvaro-Siza-Promenade. The private area, where the production facilities are located, can only be accessed as part of an architecture tour. Please note that only guides of the Vitra Design Museum are allowed to conduct guided tours through the exhibition and on the Vitra Campus.

Delays cannot be considered.
Tickets ab 27,00 €
Architekturführung
21.06.2019 um 13:30 Uhr / Weil am Rhein

Der Vitra Campus ist ein Magnet für Design- und Architekturliebhaber. An kaum einem anderen Ort finden sich so viele Ikonen zeitgenössischer Architektur. Zaha Hadid realisierte hier mit dem Feuerwehrhaus 1993 ihr erstes Gebäude überhaupt, der amerikanische Architekt Frank Gehry seinen ersten Bau in Europa im Jahr 1989. Das von Herzog & de Meuron entworfene VitraHaus von 2010 im nordseitigen öffentlichen Bereich des Campus ist schon von Weitem ein Blickfang. Mit dem Vitra Schaudepot, ebenfalls von Herzog & de Meuron, entstand 2016 ein zweiter öffentlicher Bereich auf dem Campus. Hinzu kommen weitere Werke wie der Konferenzpavillon von Tadao Ando, eine geodätische Kuppel nach Richard Buckminster Fuller, eine Tankstelle von Jean Prouvé, Produktionshallen von Nicholas Grimshaw, Álvaro Siza und SANAA und der Rutschturm des Künstlers Carsten Höller. Tägliche Führungen erläutern Hintergründe zu Architekten und Bauwerken.

Verspätungen können nicht berücksichtigt werden.
Tickets ab 27,00 €
Architecture tour
22.06.2019 um 15:30 Uhr / Weil am Rhein

The Vitra Campus is a magnet for design and architecture enthusiasts. Few other places in the world can boast such a large number of contemporary architectural icons. It was here that Zaha Hadid created her very first structure in 1993 – the Fire Station – and American architect Frank Gehry constructed his first building in Europe in 1989. Designed by Herzog & de Meuron, the VitraHaus of 2010 on the north side of the campus is an eye-catcher, even from afar. Alongside the Vitra Schaudepot, also designed by Herzog & de Meuron, a second public area was created on the campus in 2016. Then, there are other works like the Conference Pavilion by Tadao Ando, a geodesic dome based on the designs of Richard Buckminster Fuller, a petrol station by Jean Prouvé, factory buildings by Nicholas Grimshaw, Álvaro Siza and SANAA and the Vitra Slide Tower by the artist Carsten Höller. Daily guided tours explain the backgrounds of architects and buildings alike.

The VitraHaus (2010), designed by Herzog & de Meuron, can be viewed from the outside during the tour, and its interior can be explored independently. The Vitra Campus comprises a public and a private area. In the public space, you will find the Vitra Design Museum, the VitraHaus and the Vitra Silde Tower on the Álvaro-Siza-Promenade. The private area, where the production facilities are located, can only be accessed as part of an architecture tour. Please note that only guides of the Vitra Design Museum are allowed to conduct guided tours through the exhibition and on the Vitra Campus.

Delays cannot be considered.
Tickets ab 27,00 €
Architecture tour
22.06.2019 um 11:30 Uhr / Weil am Rhein

The Vitra Campus is a magnet for design and architecture enthusiasts. Few other places in the world can boast such a large number of contemporary architectural icons. It was here that Zaha Hadid created her very first structure in 1993 – the Fire Station – and American architect Frank Gehry constructed his first building in Europe in 1989. Designed by Herzog & de Meuron, the VitraHaus of 2010 on the north side of the campus is an eye-catcher, even from afar. Alongside the Vitra Schaudepot, also designed by Herzog & de Meuron, a second public area was created on the campus in 2016. Then, there are other works like the Conference Pavilion by Tadao Ando, a geodesic dome based on the designs of Richard Buckminster Fuller, a petrol station by Jean Prouvé, factory buildings by Nicholas Grimshaw, Álvaro Siza and SANAA and the Vitra Slide Tower by the artist Carsten Höller. Daily guided tours explain the backgrounds of architects and buildings alike.

The VitraHaus (2010), designed by Herzog & de Meuron, can be viewed from the outside during the tour, and its interior can be explored independently. The Vitra Campus comprises a public and a private area. In the public space, you will find the Vitra Design Museum, the VitraHaus and the Vitra Silde Tower on the Álvaro-Siza-Promenade. The private area, where the production facilities are located, can only be accessed as part of an architecture tour. Please note that only guides of the Vitra Design Museum are allowed to conduct guided tours through the exhibition and on the Vitra Campus.

Delays cannot be considered.
Tickets ab 27,00 €
Architekturführung
22.06.2019 um 13:30 Uhr / Weil am Rhein

Der Vitra Campus ist ein Magnet für Design- und Architekturliebhaber. An kaum einem anderen Ort finden sich so viele Ikonen zeitgenössischer Architektur. Zaha Hadid realisierte hier mit dem Feuerwehrhaus 1993 ihr erstes Gebäude überhaupt, der amerikanische Architekt Frank Gehry seinen ersten Bau in Europa im Jahr 1989. Das von Herzog & de Meuron entworfene VitraHaus von 2010 im nordseitigen öffentlichen Bereich des Campus ist schon von Weitem ein Blickfang. Mit dem Vitra Schaudepot, ebenfalls von Herzog & de Meuron, entstand 2016 ein zweiter öffentlicher Bereich auf dem Campus. Hinzu kommen weitere Werke wie der Konferenzpavillon von Tadao Ando, eine geodätische Kuppel nach Richard Buckminster Fuller, eine Tankstelle von Jean Prouvé, Produktionshallen von Nicholas Grimshaw, Álvaro Siza und SANAA und der Rutschturm des Künstlers Carsten Höller. Tägliche Führungen erläutern Hintergründe zu Architekten und Bauwerken.

Verspätungen können nicht berücksichtigt werden.
Tickets ab 27,00 €
Architecture tour
23.06.2019 um 15:30 Uhr / Weil am Rhein

The Vitra Campus is a magnet for design and architecture enthusiasts. Few other places in the world can boast such a large number of contemporary architectural icons. It was here that Zaha Hadid created her very first structure in 1993 – the Fire Station – and American architect Frank Gehry constructed his first building in Europe in 1989. Designed by Herzog & de Meuron, the VitraHaus of 2010 on the north side of the campus is an eye-catcher, even from afar. Alongside the Vitra Schaudepot, also designed by Herzog & de Meuron, a second public area was created on the campus in 2016. Then, there are other works like the Conference Pavilion by Tadao Ando, a geodesic dome based on the designs of Richard Buckminster Fuller, a petrol station by Jean Prouvé, factory buildings by Nicholas Grimshaw, Álvaro Siza and SANAA and the Vitra Slide Tower by the artist Carsten Höller. Daily guided tours explain the backgrounds of architects and buildings alike.

The VitraHaus (2010), designed by Herzog & de Meuron, can be viewed from the outside during the tour, and its interior can be explored independently. The Vitra Campus comprises a public and a private area. In the public space, you will find the Vitra Design Museum, the VitraHaus and the Vitra Silde Tower on the Álvaro-Siza-Promenade. The private area, where the production facilities are located, can only be accessed as part of an architecture tour. Please note that only guides of the Vitra Design Museum are allowed to conduct guided tours through the exhibition and on the Vitra Campus.

Delays cannot be considered.
Tickets ab 27,00 €
Architecture tour
23.06.2019 um 11:30 Uhr / Weil am Rhein

The Vitra Campus is a magnet for design and architecture enthusiasts. Few other places in the world can boast such a large number of contemporary architectural icons. It was here that Zaha Hadid created her very first structure in 1993 – the Fire Station – and American architect Frank Gehry constructed his first building in Europe in 1989. Designed by Herzog & de Meuron, the VitraHaus of 2010 on the north side of the campus is an eye-catcher, even from afar. Alongside the Vitra Schaudepot, also designed by Herzog & de Meuron, a second public area was created on the campus in 2016. Then, there are other works like the Conference Pavilion by Tadao Ando, a geodesic dome based on the designs of Richard Buckminster Fuller, a petrol station by Jean Prouvé, factory buildings by Nicholas Grimshaw, Álvaro Siza and SANAA and the Vitra Slide Tower by the artist Carsten Höller. Daily guided tours explain the backgrounds of architects and buildings alike.

The VitraHaus (2010), designed by Herzog & de Meuron, can be viewed from the outside during the tour, and its interior can be explored independently. The Vitra Campus comprises a public and a private area. In the public space, you will find the Vitra Design Museum, the VitraHaus and the Vitra Silde Tower on the Álvaro-Siza-Promenade. The private area, where the production facilities are located, can only be accessed as part of an architecture tour. Please note that only guides of the Vitra Design Museum are allowed to conduct guided tours through the exhibition and on the Vitra Campus.

Delays cannot be considered.
Tickets ab 27,00 €
Architekturführung
23.06.2019 um 13:30 Uhr / Weil am Rhein

Der Vitra Campus ist ein Magnet für Design- und Architekturliebhaber. An kaum einem anderen Ort finden sich so viele Ikonen zeitgenössischer Architektur. Zaha Hadid realisierte hier mit dem Feuerwehrhaus 1993 ihr erstes Gebäude überhaupt, der amerikanische Architekt Frank Gehry seinen ersten Bau in Europa im Jahr 1989. Das von Herzog & de Meuron entworfene VitraHaus von 2010 im nordseitigen öffentlichen Bereich des Campus ist schon von Weitem ein Blickfang. Mit dem Vitra Schaudepot, ebenfalls von Herzog & de Meuron, entstand 2016 ein zweiter öffentlicher Bereich auf dem Campus. Hinzu kommen weitere Werke wie der Konferenzpavillon von Tadao Ando, eine geodätische Kuppel nach Richard Buckminster Fuller, eine Tankstelle von Jean Prouvé, Produktionshallen von Nicholas Grimshaw, Álvaro Siza und SANAA und der Rutschturm des Künstlers Carsten Höller. Tägliche Führungen erläutern Hintergründe zu Architekten und Bauwerken.

Verspätungen können nicht berücksichtigt werden.
Tickets ab 27,00 €
Architecture tour
24.06.2019 um 11:30 Uhr / Weil am Rhein

The Vitra Campus is a magnet for design and architecture enthusiasts. Few other places in the world can boast such a large number of contemporary architectural icons. It was here that Zaha Hadid created her very first structure in 1993 – the Fire Station – and American architect Frank Gehry constructed his first building in Europe in 1989. Designed by Herzog & de Meuron, the VitraHaus of 2010 on the north side of the campus is an eye-catcher, even from afar. Alongside the Vitra Schaudepot, also designed by Herzog & de Meuron, a second public area was created on the campus in 2016. Then, there are other works like the Conference Pavilion by Tadao Ando, a geodesic dome based on the designs of Richard Buckminster Fuller, a petrol station by Jean Prouvé, factory buildings by Nicholas Grimshaw, Álvaro Siza and SANAA and the Vitra Slide Tower by the artist Carsten Höller. Daily guided tours explain the backgrounds of architects and buildings alike.

The VitraHaus (2010), designed by Herzog & de Meuron, can be viewed from the outside during the tour, and its interior can be explored independently. The Vitra Campus comprises a public and a private area. In the public space, you will find the Vitra Design Museum, the VitraHaus and the Vitra Silde Tower on the Álvaro-Siza-Promenade. The private area, where the production facilities are located, can only be accessed as part of an architecture tour. Please note that only guides of the Vitra Design Museum are allowed to conduct guided tours through the exhibition and on the Vitra Campus.

Delays cannot be considered.
Tickets ab 27,00 €
Architekturführung
24.06.2019 um 13:30 Uhr / Weil am Rhein

Der Vitra Campus ist ein Magnet für Design- und Architekturliebhaber. An kaum einem anderen Ort finden sich so viele Ikonen zeitgenössischer Architektur. Zaha Hadid realisierte hier mit dem Feuerwehrhaus 1993 ihr erstes Gebäude überhaupt, der amerikanische Architekt Frank Gehry seinen ersten Bau in Europa im Jahr 1989. Das von Herzog & de Meuron entworfene VitraHaus von 2010 im nordseitigen öffentlichen Bereich des Campus ist schon von Weitem ein Blickfang. Mit dem Vitra Schaudepot, ebenfalls von Herzog & de Meuron, entstand 2016 ein zweiter öffentlicher Bereich auf dem Campus. Hinzu kommen weitere Werke wie der Konferenzpavillon von Tadao Ando, eine geodätische Kuppel nach Richard Buckminster Fuller, eine Tankstelle von Jean Prouvé, Produktionshallen von Nicholas Grimshaw, Álvaro Siza und SANAA und der Rutschturm des Künstlers Carsten Höller. Tägliche Führungen erläutern Hintergründe zu Architekten und Bauwerken.

Verspätungen können nicht berücksichtigt werden.
Tickets ab 27,00 €
Architecture tour
25.06.2019 um 11:30 Uhr / Weil am Rhein

The Vitra Campus is a magnet for design and architecture enthusiasts. Few other places in the world can boast such a large number of contemporary architectural icons. It was here that Zaha Hadid created her very first structure in 1993 – the Fire Station – and American architect Frank Gehry constructed his first building in Europe in 1989. Designed by Herzog & de Meuron, the VitraHaus of 2010 on the north side of the campus is an eye-catcher, even from afar. Alongside the Vitra Schaudepot, also designed by Herzog & de Meuron, a second public area was created on the campus in 2016. Then, there are other works like the Conference Pavilion by Tadao Ando, a geodesic dome based on the designs of Richard Buckminster Fuller, a petrol station by Jean Prouvé, factory buildings by Nicholas Grimshaw, Álvaro Siza and SANAA and the Vitra Slide Tower by the artist Carsten Höller. Daily guided tours explain the backgrounds of architects and buildings alike.

The VitraHaus (2010), designed by Herzog & de Meuron, can be viewed from the outside during the tour, and its interior can be explored independently. The Vitra Campus comprises a public and a private area. In the public space, you will find the Vitra Design Museum, the VitraHaus and the Vitra Silde Tower on the Álvaro-Siza-Promenade. The private area, where the production facilities are located, can only be accessed as part of an architecture tour. Please note that only guides of the Vitra Design Museum are allowed to conduct guided tours through the exhibition and on the Vitra Campus.

Delays cannot be considered.
Tickets ab 27,00 €
Architekturführung
25.06.2019 um 13:30 Uhr / Weil am Rhein

Der Vitra Campus ist ein Magnet für Design- und Architekturliebhaber. An kaum einem anderen Ort finden sich so viele Ikonen zeitgenössischer Architektur. Zaha Hadid realisierte hier mit dem Feuerwehrhaus 1993 ihr erstes Gebäude überhaupt, der amerikanische Architekt Frank Gehry seinen ersten Bau in Europa im Jahr 1989. Das von Herzog & de Meuron entworfene VitraHaus von 2010 im nordseitigen öffentlichen Bereich des Campus ist schon von Weitem ein Blickfang. Mit dem Vitra Schaudepot, ebenfalls von Herzog & de Meuron, entstand 2016 ein zweiter öffentlicher Bereich auf dem Campus. Hinzu kommen weitere Werke wie der Konferenzpavillon von Tadao Ando, eine geodätische Kuppel nach Richard Buckminster Fuller, eine Tankstelle von Jean Prouvé, Produktionshallen von Nicholas Grimshaw, Álvaro Siza und SANAA und der Rutschturm des Künstlers Carsten Höller. Tägliche Führungen erläutern Hintergründe zu Architekten und Bauwerken.

Verspätungen können nicht berücksichtigt werden.
Tickets ab 27,00 €
Architecture tour
26.06.2019 um 11:30 Uhr / Weil am Rhein

The Vitra Campus is a magnet for design and architecture enthusiasts. Few other places in the world can boast such a large number of contemporary architectural icons. It was here that Zaha Hadid created her very first structure in 1993 – the Fire Station – and American architect Frank Gehry constructed his first building in Europe in 1989. Designed by Herzog & de Meuron, the VitraHaus of 2010 on the north side of the campus is an eye-catcher, even from afar. Alongside the Vitra Schaudepot, also designed by Herzog & de Meuron, a second public area was created on the campus in 2016. Then, there are other works like the Conference Pavilion by Tadao Ando, a geodesic dome based on the designs of Richard Buckminster Fuller, a petrol station by Jean Prouvé, factory buildings by Nicholas Grimshaw, Álvaro Siza and SANAA and the Vitra Slide Tower by the artist Carsten Höller. Daily guided tours explain the backgrounds of architects and buildings alike.

The VitraHaus (2010), designed by Herzog & de Meuron, can be viewed from the outside during the tour, and its interior can be explored independently. The Vitra Campus comprises a public and a private area. In the public space, you will find the Vitra Design Museum, the VitraHaus and the Vitra Silde Tower on the Álvaro-Siza-Promenade. The private area, where the production facilities are located, can only be accessed as part of an architecture tour. Please note that only guides of the Vitra Design Museum are allowed to conduct guided tours through the exhibition and on the Vitra Campus.

Delays cannot be considered.
Tickets ab 27,00 €
Architekturführung
26.06.2019 um 13:30 Uhr / Weil am Rhein

Der Vitra Campus ist ein Magnet für Design- und Architekturliebhaber. An kaum einem anderen Ort finden sich so viele Ikonen zeitgenössischer Architektur. Zaha Hadid realisierte hier mit dem Feuerwehrhaus 1993 ihr erstes Gebäude überhaupt, der amerikanische Architekt Frank Gehry seinen ersten Bau in Europa im Jahr 1989. Das von Herzog & de Meuron entworfene VitraHaus von 2010 im nordseitigen öffentlichen Bereich des Campus ist schon von Weitem ein Blickfang. Mit dem Vitra Schaudepot, ebenfalls von Herzog & de Meuron, entstand 2016 ein zweiter öffentlicher Bereich auf dem Campus. Hinzu kommen weitere Werke wie der Konferenzpavillon von Tadao Ando, eine geodätische Kuppel nach Richard Buckminster Fuller, eine Tankstelle von Jean Prouvé, Produktionshallen von Nicholas Grimshaw, Álvaro Siza und SANAA und der Rutschturm des Künstlers Carsten Höller. Tägliche Führungen erläutern Hintergründe zu Architekten und Bauwerken.

Verspätungen können nicht berücksichtigt werden.
Tickets ab 27,00 €
Architecture tour
27.06.2019 um 11:30 Uhr / Weil am Rhein

The Vitra Campus is a magnet for design and architecture enthusiasts. Few other places in the world can boast such a large number of contemporary architectural icons. It was here that Zaha Hadid created her very first structure in 1993 – the Fire Station – and American architect Frank Gehry constructed his first building in Europe in 1989. Designed by Herzog & de Meuron, the VitraHaus of 2010 on the north side of the campus is an eye-catcher, even from afar. Alongside the Vitra Schaudepot, also designed by Herzog & de Meuron, a second public area was created on the campus in 2016. Then, there are other works like the Conference Pavilion by Tadao Ando, a geodesic dome based on the designs of Richard Buckminster Fuller, a petrol station by Jean Prouvé, factory buildings by Nicholas Grimshaw, Álvaro Siza and SANAA and the Vitra Slide Tower by the artist Carsten Höller. Daily guided tours explain the backgrounds of architects and buildings alike.

The VitraHaus (2010), designed by Herzog & de Meuron, can be viewed from the outside during the tour, and its interior can be explored independently. The Vitra Campus comprises a public and a private area. In the public space, you will find the Vitra Design Museum, the VitraHaus and the Vitra Silde Tower on the Álvaro-Siza-Promenade. The private area, where the production facilities are located, can only be accessed as part of an architecture tour. Please note that only guides of the Vitra Design Museum are allowed to conduct guided tours through the exhibition and on the Vitra Campus.

Delays cannot be considered.
Tickets ab 27,00 €
Architekturführung
27.06.2019 um 13:30 Uhr / Weil am Rhein

Der Vitra Campus ist ein Magnet für Design- und Architekturliebhaber. An kaum einem anderen Ort finden sich so viele Ikonen zeitgenössischer Architektur. Zaha Hadid realisierte hier mit dem Feuerwehrhaus 1993 ihr erstes Gebäude überhaupt, der amerikanische Architekt Frank Gehry seinen ersten Bau in Europa im Jahr 1989. Das von Herzog & de Meuron entworfene VitraHaus von 2010 im nordseitigen öffentlichen Bereich des Campus ist schon von Weitem ein Blickfang. Mit dem Vitra Schaudepot, ebenfalls von Herzog & de Meuron, entstand 2016 ein zweiter öffentlicher Bereich auf dem Campus. Hinzu kommen weitere Werke wie der Konferenzpavillon von Tadao Ando, eine geodätische Kuppel nach Richard Buckminster Fuller, eine Tankstelle von Jean Prouvé, Produktionshallen von Nicholas Grimshaw, Álvaro Siza und SANAA und der Rutschturm des Künstlers Carsten Höller. Tägliche Führungen erläutern Hintergründe zu Architekten und Bauwerken.

Verspätungen können nicht berücksichtigt werden.
Tickets ab 27,00 €
Architecture tour
28.06.2019 um 11:30 Uhr / Weil am Rhein

The Vitra Campus is a magnet for design and architecture enthusiasts. Few other places in the world can boast such a large number of contemporary architectural icons. It was here that Zaha Hadid created her very first structure in 1993 – the Fire Station – and American architect Frank Gehry constructed his first building in Europe in 1989. Designed by Herzog & de Meuron, the VitraHaus of 2010 on the north side of the campus is an eye-catcher, even from afar. Alongside the Vitra Schaudepot, also designed by Herzog & de Meuron, a second public area was created on the campus in 2016. Then, there are other works like the Conference Pavilion by Tadao Ando, a geodesic dome based on the designs of Richard Buckminster Fuller, a petrol station by Jean Prouvé, factory buildings by Nicholas Grimshaw, Álvaro Siza and SANAA and the Vitra Slide Tower by the artist Carsten Höller. Daily guided tours explain the backgrounds of architects and buildings alike.

The VitraHaus (2010), designed by Herzog & de Meuron, can be viewed from the outside during the tour, and its interior can be explored independently. The Vitra Campus comprises a public and a private area. In the public space, you will find the Vitra Design Museum, the VitraHaus and the Vitra Silde Tower on the Álvaro-Siza-Promenade. The private area, where the production facilities are located, can only be accessed as part of an architecture tour. Please note that only guides of the Vitra Design Museum are allowed to conduct guided tours through the exhibition and on the Vitra Campus.

Delays cannot be considered.
Tickets ab 27,00 €
Architekturführung
28.06.2019 um 13:30 Uhr / Weil am Rhein

Der Vitra Campus ist ein Magnet für Design- und Architekturliebhaber. An kaum einem anderen Ort finden sich so viele Ikonen zeitgenössischer Architektur. Zaha Hadid realisierte hier mit dem Feuerwehrhaus 1993 ihr erstes Gebäude überhaupt, der amerikanische Architekt Frank Gehry seinen ersten Bau in Europa im Jahr 1989. Das von Herzog & de Meuron entworfene VitraHaus von 2010 im nordseitigen öffentlichen Bereich des Campus ist schon von Weitem ein Blickfang. Mit dem Vitra Schaudepot, ebenfalls von Herzog & de Meuron, entstand 2016 ein zweiter öffentlicher Bereich auf dem Campus. Hinzu kommen weitere Werke wie der Konferenzpavillon von Tadao Ando, eine geodätische Kuppel nach Richard Buckminster Fuller, eine Tankstelle von Jean Prouvé, Produktionshallen von Nicholas Grimshaw, Álvaro Siza und SANAA und der Rutschturm des Künstlers Carsten Höller. Tägliche Führungen erläutern Hintergründe zu Architekten und Bauwerken.

Verspätungen können nicht berücksichtigt werden.
Tickets ab 27,00 €
Architecture tour
29.06.2019 um 15:30 Uhr / Weil am Rhein

The Vitra Campus is a magnet for design and architecture enthusiasts. Few other places in the world can boast such a large number of contemporary architectural icons. It was here that Zaha Hadid created her very first structure in 1993 – the Fire Station – and American architect Frank Gehry constructed his first building in Europe in 1989. Designed by Herzog & de Meuron, the VitraHaus of 2010 on the north side of the campus is an eye-catcher, even from afar. Alongside the Vitra Schaudepot, also designed by Herzog & de Meuron, a second public area was created on the campus in 2016. Then, there are other works like the Conference Pavilion by Tadao Ando, a geodesic dome based on the designs of Richard Buckminster Fuller, a petrol station by Jean Prouvé, factory buildings by Nicholas Grimshaw, Álvaro Siza and SANAA and the Vitra Slide Tower by the artist Carsten Höller. Daily guided tours explain the backgrounds of architects and buildings alike.

The VitraHaus (2010), designed by Herzog & de Meuron, can be viewed from the outside during the tour, and its interior can be explored independently. The Vitra Campus comprises a public and a private area. In the public space, you will find the Vitra Design Museum, the VitraHaus and the Vitra Silde Tower on the Álvaro-Siza-Promenade. The private area, where the production facilities are located, can only be accessed as part of an architecture tour. Please note that only guides of the Vitra Design Museum are allowed to conduct guided tours through the exhibition and on the Vitra Campus.

Delays cannot be considered.
Tickets ab 27,00 €
Architecture tour
29.06.2019 um 11:30 Uhr / Weil am Rhein

The Vitra Campus is a magnet for design and architecture enthusiasts. Few other places in the world can boast such a large number of contemporary architectural icons. It was here that Zaha Hadid created her very first structure in 1993 – the Fire Station – and American architect Frank Gehry constructed his first building in Europe in 1989. Designed by Herzog & de Meuron, the VitraHaus of 2010 on the north side of the campus is an eye-catcher, even from afar. Alongside the Vitra Schaudepot, also designed by Herzog & de Meuron, a second public area was created on the campus in 2016. Then, there are other works like the Conference Pavilion by Tadao Ando, a geodesic dome based on the designs of Richard Buckminster Fuller, a petrol station by Jean Prouvé, factory buildings by Nicholas Grimshaw, Álvaro Siza and SANAA and the Vitra Slide Tower by the artist Carsten Höller. Daily guided tours explain the backgrounds of architects and buildings alike.

The VitraHaus (2010), designed by Herzog & de Meuron, can be viewed from the outside during the tour, and its interior can be explored independently. The Vitra Campus comprises a public and a private area. In the public space, you will find the Vitra Design Museum, the VitraHaus and the Vitra Silde Tower on the Álvaro-Siza-Promenade. The private area, where the production facilities are located, can only be accessed as part of an architecture tour. Please note that only guides of the Vitra Design Museum are allowed to conduct guided tours through the exhibition and on the Vitra Campus.

Delays cannot be considered.

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Tickets ab 27,00 €
Architekturführung
29.06.2019 um 13:30 Uhr / Weil am Rhein

Der Vitra Campus ist ein Magnet für Design- und Architekturliebhaber. An kaum einem anderen Ort finden sich so viele Ikonen zeitgenössischer Architektur. Zaha Hadid realisierte hier mit dem Feuerwehrhaus 1993 ihr erstes Gebäude überhaupt, der amerikanische Architekt Frank Gehry seinen ersten Bau in Europa im Jahr 1989. Das von Herzog & de Meuron entworfene VitraHaus von 2010 im nordseitigen öffentlichen Bereich des Campus ist schon von Weitem ein Blickfang. Mit dem Vitra Schaudepot, ebenfalls von Herzog & de Meuron, entstand 2016 ein zweiter öffentlicher Bereich auf dem Campus. Hinzu kommen weitere Werke wie der Konferenzpavillon von Tadao Ando, eine geodätische Kuppel nach Richard Buckminster Fuller, eine Tankstelle von Jean Prouvé, Produktionshallen von Nicholas Grimshaw, Álvaro Siza und SANAA und der Rutschturm des Künstlers Carsten Höller. Tägliche Führungen erläutern Hintergründe zu Architekten und Bauwerken.

Verspätungen können nicht berücksichtigt werden.
Tickets ab 27,00 €
Architecture tour
30.06.2019 um 15:30 Uhr / Weil am Rhein

The Vitra Campus is a magnet for design and architecture enthusiasts. Few other places in the world can boast such a large number of contemporary architectural icons. It was here that Zaha Hadid created her very first structure in 1993 – the Fire Station – and American architect Frank Gehry constructed his first building in Europe in 1989. Designed by Herzog & de Meuron, the VitraHaus of 2010 on the north side of the campus is an eye-catcher, even from afar. Alongside the Vitra Schaudepot, also designed by Herzog & de Meuron, a second public area was created on the campus in 2016. Then, there are other works like the Conference Pavilion by Tadao Ando, a geodesic dome based on the designs of Richard Buckminster Fuller, a petrol station by Jean Prouvé, factory buildings by Nicholas Grimshaw, Álvaro Siza and SANAA and the Vitra Slide Tower by the artist Carsten Höller. Daily guided tours explain the backgrounds of architects and buildings alike.

The VitraHaus (2010), designed by Herzog & de Meuron, can be viewed from the outside during the tour, and its interior can be explored independently. The Vitra Campus comprises a public and a private area. In the public space, you will find the Vitra Design Museum, the VitraHaus and the Vitra Silde Tower on the Álvaro-Siza-Promenade. The private area, where the production facilities are located, can only be accessed as part of an architecture tour. Please note that only guides of the Vitra Design Museum are allowed to conduct guided tours through the exhibition and on the Vitra Campus.

Delays cannot be considered.
Tickets ab 27,00 €
Architecture tour
30.06.2019 um 11:30 Uhr / Weil am Rhein

The Vitra Campus is a magnet for design and architecture enthusiasts. Few other places in the world can boast such a large number of contemporary architectural icons. It was here that Zaha Hadid created her very first structure in 1993 – the Fire Station – and American architect Frank Gehry constructed his first building in Europe in 1989. Designed by Herzog & de Meuron, the VitraHaus of 2010 on the north side of the campus is an eye-catcher, even from afar. Alongside the Vitra Schaudepot, also designed by Herzog & de Meuron, a second public area was created on the campus in 2016. Then, there are other works like the Conference Pavilion by Tadao Ando, a geodesic dome based on the designs of Richard Buckminster Fuller, a petrol station by Jean Prouvé, factory buildings by Nicholas Grimshaw, Álvaro Siza and SANAA and the Vitra Slide Tower by the artist Carsten Höller. Daily guided tours explain the backgrounds of architects and buildings alike.

The VitraHaus (2010), designed by Herzog & de Meuron, can be viewed from the outside during the tour, and its interior can be explored independently. The Vitra Campus comprises a public and a private area. In the public space, you will find the Vitra Design Museum, the VitraHaus and the Vitra Silde Tower on the Álvaro-Siza-Promenade. The private area, where the production facilities are located, can only be accessed as part of an architecture tour. Please note that only guides of the Vitra Design Museum are allowed to conduct guided tours through the exhibition and on the Vitra Campus.

Delays cannot be considered.
Tickets ab 27,00 €
Architekturführung
30.06.2019 um 13:30 Uhr / Weil am Rhein

Der Vitra Campus ist ein Magnet für Design- und Architekturliebhaber. An kaum einem anderen Ort finden sich so viele Ikonen zeitgenössischer Architektur. Zaha Hadid realisierte hier mit dem Feuerwehrhaus 1993 ihr erstes Gebäude überhaupt, der amerikanische Architekt Frank Gehry seinen ersten Bau in Europa im Jahr 1989. Das von Herzog & de Meuron entworfene VitraHaus von 2010 im nordseitigen öffentlichen Bereich des Campus ist schon von Weitem ein Blickfang. Mit dem Vitra Schaudepot, ebenfalls von Herzog & de Meuron, entstand 2016 ein zweiter öffentlicher Bereich auf dem Campus. Hinzu kommen weitere Werke wie der Konferenzpavillon von Tadao Ando, eine geodätische Kuppel nach Richard Buckminster Fuller, eine Tankstelle von Jean Prouvé, Produktionshallen von Nicholas Grimshaw, Álvaro Siza und SANAA und der Rutschturm des Künstlers Carsten Höller. Tägliche Führungen erläutern Hintergründe zu Architekten und Bauwerken.

Verspätungen können nicht berücksichtigt werden.
Tickets ab 27,00 €
Architecture tour
01.07.2019 um 11:30 Uhr / Weil am Rhein

The Vitra Campus is a magnet for design and architecture enthusiasts. Few other places in the world can boast such a large number of contemporary architectural icons. It was here that Zaha Hadid created her very first structure in 1993 – the Fire Station – and American architect Frank Gehry constructed his first building in Europe in 1989. Designed by Herzog & de Meuron, the VitraHaus of 2010 on the north side of the campus is an eye-catcher, even from afar. Alongside the Vitra Schaudepot, also designed by Herzog & de Meuron, a second public area was created on the campus in 2016. Then, there are other works like the Conference Pavilion by Tadao Ando, a geodesic dome based on the designs of Richard Buckminster Fuller, a petrol station by Jean Prouvé, factory buildings by Nicholas Grimshaw, Álvaro Siza and SANAA and the Vitra Slide Tower by the artist Carsten Höller. Daily guided tours explain the backgrounds of architects and buildings alike.

The VitraHaus (2010), designed by Herzog & de Meuron, can be viewed from the outside during the tour, and its interior can be explored independently. The Vitra Campus comprises a public and a private area. In the public space, you will find the Vitra Design Museum, the VitraHaus and the Vitra Silde Tower on the Álvaro-Siza-Promenade. The private area, where the production facilities are located, can only be accessed as part of an architecture tour. Please note that only guides of the Vitra Design Museum are allowed to conduct guided tours through the exhibition and on the Vitra Campus.

Delays cannot be considered.
Tickets ab 27,00 €
Architekturführung
01.07.2019 um 13:30 Uhr / Weil am Rhein

Der Vitra Campus ist ein Magnet für Design- und Architekturliebhaber. An kaum einem anderen Ort finden sich so viele Ikonen zeitgenössischer Architektur. Zaha Hadid realisierte hier mit dem Feuerwehrhaus 1993 ihr erstes Gebäude überhaupt, der amerikanische Architekt Frank Gehry seinen ersten Bau in Europa im Jahr 1989. Das von Herzog & de Meuron entworfene VitraHaus von 2010 im nordseitigen öffentlichen Bereich des Campus ist schon von Weitem ein Blickfang. Mit dem Vitra Schaudepot, ebenfalls von Herzog & de Meuron, entstand 2016 ein zweiter öffentlicher Bereich auf dem Campus. Hinzu kommen weitere Werke wie der Konferenzpavillon von Tadao Ando, eine geodätische Kuppel nach Richard Buckminster Fuller, eine Tankstelle von Jean Prouvé, Produktionshallen von Nicholas Grimshaw, Álvaro Siza und SANAA und der Rutschturm des Künstlers Carsten Höller. Tägliche Führungen erläutern Hintergründe zu Architekten und Bauwerken.

Verspätungen können nicht berücksichtigt werden.
Tickets ab 27,00 €
Architecture tour
02.07.2019 um 11:30 Uhr / Weil am Rhein

The Vitra Campus is a magnet for design and architecture enthusiasts. Few other places in the world can boast such a large number of contemporary architectural icons. It was here that Zaha Hadid created her very first structure in 1993 – the Fire Station – and American architect Frank Gehry constructed his first building in Europe in 1989. Designed by Herzog & de Meuron, the VitraHaus of 2010 on the north side of the campus is an eye-catcher, even from afar. Alongside the Vitra Schaudepot, also designed by Herzog & de Meuron, a second public area was created on the campus in 2016. Then, there are other works like the Conference Pavilion by Tadao Ando, a geodesic dome based on the designs of Richard Buckminster Fuller, a petrol station by Jean Prouvé, factory buildings by Nicholas Grimshaw, Álvaro Siza and SANAA and the Vitra Slide Tower by the artist Carsten Höller. Daily guided tours explain the backgrounds of architects and buildings alike.

The VitraHaus (2010), designed by Herzog & de Meuron, can be viewed from the outside during the tour, and its interior can be explored independently. The Vitra Campus comprises a public and a private area. In the public space, you will find the Vitra Design Museum, the VitraHaus and the Vitra Silde Tower on the Álvaro-Siza-Promenade. The private area, where the production facilities are located, can only be accessed as part of an architecture tour. Please note that only guides of the Vitra Design Museum are allowed to conduct guided tours through the exhibition and on the Vitra Campus.

Delays cannot be considered.
Tickets ab 27,00 €
Architekturführung
02.07.2019 um 13:30 Uhr / Weil am Rhein

Der Vitra Campus ist ein Magnet für Design- und Architekturliebhaber. An kaum einem anderen Ort finden sich so viele Ikonen zeitgenössischer Architektur. Zaha Hadid realisierte hier mit dem Feuerwehrhaus 1993 ihr erstes Gebäude überhaupt, der amerikanische Architekt Frank Gehry seinen ersten Bau in Europa im Jahr 1989. Das von Herzog & de Meuron entworfene VitraHaus von 2010 im nordseitigen öffentlichen Bereich des Campus ist schon von Weitem ein Blickfang. Mit dem Vitra Schaudepot, ebenfalls von Herzog & de Meuron, entstand 2016 ein zweiter öffentlicher Bereich auf dem Campus. Hinzu kommen weitere Werke wie der Konferenzpavillon von Tadao Ando, eine geodätische Kuppel nach Richard Buckminster Fuller, eine Tankstelle von Jean Prouvé, Produktionshallen von Nicholas Grimshaw, Álvaro Siza und SANAA und der Rutschturm des Künstlers Carsten Höller. Tägliche Führungen erläutern Hintergründe zu Architekten und Bauwerken.

Verspätungen können nicht berücksichtigt werden.
Tickets ab 27,00 €
Architecture tour
03.07.2019 um 11:30 Uhr / Weil am Rhein

The Vitra Campus is a magnet for design and architecture enthusiasts. Few other places in the world can boast such a large number of contemporary architectural icons. It was here that Zaha Hadid created her very first structure in 1993 – the Fire Station – and American architect Frank Gehry constructed his first building in Europe in 1989. Designed by Herzog & de Meuron, the VitraHaus of 2010 on the north side of the campus is an eye-catcher, even from afar. Alongside the Vitra Schaudepot, also designed by Herzog & de Meuron, a second public area was created on the campus in 2016. Then, there are other works like the Conference Pavilion by Tadao Ando, a geodesic dome based on the designs of Richard Buckminster Fuller, a petrol station by Jean Prouvé, factory buildings by Nicholas Grimshaw, Álvaro Siza and SANAA and the Vitra Slide Tower by the artist Carsten Höller. Daily guided tours explain the backgrounds of architects and buildings alike.

The VitraHaus (2010), designed by Herzog & de Meuron, can be viewed from the outside during the tour, and its interior can be explored independently. The Vitra Campus comprises a public and a private area. In the public space, you will find the Vitra Design Museum, the VitraHaus and the Vitra Silde Tower on the Álvaro-Siza-Promenade. The private area, where the production facilities are located, can only be accessed as part of an architecture tour. Please note that only guides of the Vitra Design Museum are allowed to conduct guided tours through the exhibition and on the Vitra Campus.

Delays cannot be considered.
Tickets ab 27,00 €
Architekturführung
03.07.2019 um 13:30 Uhr / Weil am Rhein

Der Vitra Campus ist ein Magnet für Design- und Architekturliebhaber. An kaum einem anderen Ort finden sich so viele Ikonen zeitgenössischer Architektur. Zaha Hadid realisierte hier mit dem Feuerwehrhaus 1993 ihr erstes Gebäude überhaupt, der amerikanische Architekt Frank Gehry seinen ersten Bau in Europa im Jahr 1989. Das von Herzog & de Meuron entworfene VitraHaus von 2010 im nordseitigen öffentlichen Bereich des Campus ist schon von Weitem ein Blickfang. Mit dem Vitra Schaudepot, ebenfalls von Herzog & de Meuron, entstand 2016 ein zweiter öffentlicher Bereich auf dem Campus. Hinzu kommen weitere Werke wie der Konferenzpavillon von Tadao Ando, eine geodätische Kuppel nach Richard Buckminster Fuller, eine Tankstelle von Jean Prouvé, Produktionshallen von Nicholas Grimshaw, Álvaro Siza und SANAA und der Rutschturm des Künstlers Carsten Höller. Tägliche Führungen erläutern Hintergründe zu Architekten und Bauwerken.

Verspätungen können nicht berücksichtigt werden.
Tickets ab 27,00 €
Architecture tour
04.07.2019 um 11:30 Uhr / Weil am Rhein

The Vitra Campus is a magnet for design and architecture enthusiasts. Few other places in the world can boast such a large number of contemporary architectural icons. It was here that Zaha Hadid created her very first structure in 1993 – the Fire Station – and American architect Frank Gehry constructed his first building in Europe in 1989. Designed by Herzog & de Meuron, the VitraHaus of 2010 on the north side of the campus is an eye-catcher, even from afar. Alongside the Vitra Schaudepot, also designed by Herzog & de Meuron, a second public area was created on the campus in 2016. Then, there are other works like the Conference Pavilion by Tadao Ando, a geodesic dome based on the designs of Richard Buckminster Fuller, a petrol station by Jean Prouvé, factory buildings by Nicholas Grimshaw, Álvaro Siza and SANAA and the Vitra Slide Tower by the artist Carsten Höller. Daily guided tours explain the backgrounds of architects and buildings alike.

The VitraHaus (2010), designed by Herzog & de Meuron, can be viewed from the outside during the tour, and its interior can be explored independently. The Vitra Campus comprises a public and a private area. In the public space, you will find the Vitra Design Museum, the VitraHaus and the Vitra Silde Tower on the Álvaro-Siza-Promenade. The private area, where the production facilities are located, can only be accessed as part of an architecture tour. Please note that only guides of the Vitra Design Museum are allowed to conduct guided tours through the exhibition and on the Vitra Campus.

Delays cannot be considered.
Tickets ab 27,00 €
Architekturführung
04.07.2019 um 13:30 Uhr / Weil am Rhein

Der Vitra Campus ist ein Magnet für Design- und Architekturliebhaber. An kaum einem anderen Ort finden sich so viele Ikonen zeitgenössischer Architektur. Zaha Hadid realisierte hier mit dem Feuerwehrhaus 1993 ihr erstes Gebäude überhaupt, der amerikanische Architekt Frank Gehry seinen ersten Bau in Europa im Jahr 1989. Das von Herzog & de Meuron entworfene VitraHaus von 2010 im nordseitigen öffentlichen Bereich des Campus ist schon von Weitem ein Blickfang. Mit dem Vitra Schaudepot, ebenfalls von Herzog & de Meuron, entstand 2016 ein zweiter öffentlicher Bereich auf dem Campus. Hinzu kommen weitere Werke wie der Konferenzpavillon von Tadao Ando, eine geodätische Kuppel nach Richard Buckminster Fuller, eine Tankstelle von Jean Prouvé, Produktionshallen von Nicholas Grimshaw, Álvaro Siza und SANAA und der Rutschturm des Künstlers Carsten Höller. Tägliche Führungen erläutern Hintergründe zu Architekten und Bauwerken.

Verspätungen können nicht berücksichtigt werden.
Tickets ab 27,00 €
Architecture tour
05.07.2019 um 11:30 Uhr / Weil am Rhein

The Vitra Campus is a magnet for design and architecture enthusiasts. Few other places in the world can boast such a large number of contemporary architectural icons. It was here that Zaha Hadid created her very first structure in 1993 – the Fire Station – and American architect Frank Gehry constructed his first building in Europe in 1989. Designed by Herzog & de Meuron, the VitraHaus of 2010 on the north side of the campus is an eye-catcher, even from afar. Alongside the Vitra Schaudepot, also designed by Herzog & de Meuron, a second public area was created on the campus in 2016. Then, there are other works like the Conference Pavilion by Tadao Ando, a geodesic dome based on the designs of Richard Buckminster Fuller, a petrol station by Jean Prouvé, factory buildings by Nicholas Grimshaw, Álvaro Siza and SANAA and the Vitra Slide Tower by the artist Carsten Höller. Daily guided tours explain the backgrounds of architects and buildings alike.

The VitraHaus (2010), designed by Herzog & de Meuron, can be viewed from the outside during the tour, and its interior can be explored independently. The Vitra Campus comprises a public and a private area. In the public space, you will find the Vitra Design Museum, the VitraHaus and the Vitra Silde Tower on the Álvaro-Siza-Promenade. The private area, where the production facilities are located, can only be accessed as part of an architecture tour. Please note that only guides of the Vitra Design Museum are allowed to conduct guided tours through the exhibition and on the Vitra Campus.

Delays cannot be considered.
Tickets ab 27,00 €
Architekturführung
05.07.2019 um 13:30 Uhr / Weil am Rhein

Der Vitra Campus ist ein Magnet für Design- und Architekturliebhaber. An kaum einem anderen Ort finden sich so viele Ikonen zeitgenössischer Architektur. Zaha Hadid realisierte hier mit dem Feuerwehrhaus 1993 ihr erstes Gebäude überhaupt, der amerikanische Architekt Frank Gehry seinen ersten Bau in Europa im Jahr 1989. Das von Herzog & de Meuron entworfene VitraHaus von 2010 im nordseitigen öffentlichen Bereich des Campus ist schon von Weitem ein Blickfang. Mit dem Vitra Schaudepot, ebenfalls von Herzog & de Meuron, entstand 2016 ein zweiter öffentlicher Bereich auf dem Campus. Hinzu kommen weitere Werke wie der Konferenzpavillon von Tadao Ando, eine geodätische Kuppel nach Richard Buckminster Fuller, eine Tankstelle von Jean Prouvé, Produktionshallen von Nicholas Grimshaw, Álvaro Siza und SANAA und der Rutschturm des Künstlers Carsten Höller. Tägliche Führungen erläutern Hintergründe zu Architekten und Bauwerken.

Verspätungen können nicht berücksichtigt werden.
Tickets ab 27,00 €
Architecture tour
06.07.2019 um 15:30 Uhr / Weil am Rhein

The Vitra Campus is a magnet for design and architecture enthusiasts. Few other places in the world can boast such a large number of contemporary architectural icons. It was here that Zaha Hadid created her very first structure in 1993 – the Fire Station – and American architect Frank Gehry constructed his first building in Europe in 1989. Designed by Herzog & de Meuron, the VitraHaus of 2010 on the north side of the campus is an eye-catcher, even from afar. Alongside the Vitra Schaudepot, also designed by Herzog & de Meuron, a second public area was created on the campus in 2016. Then, there are other works like the Conference Pavilion by Tadao Ando, a geodesic dome based on the designs of Richard Buckminster Fuller, a petrol station by Jean Prouvé, factory buildings by Nicholas Grimshaw, Álvaro Siza and SANAA and the Vitra Slide Tower by the artist Carsten Höller. Daily guided tours explain the backgrounds of architects and buildings alike.

The VitraHaus (2010), designed by Herzog & de Meuron, can be viewed from the outside during the tour, and its interior can be explored independently. The Vitra Campus comprises a public and a private area. In the public space, you will find the Vitra Design Museum, the VitraHaus and the Vitra Silde Tower on the Álvaro-Siza-Promenade. The private area, where the production facilities are located, can only be accessed as part of an architecture tour. Please note that only guides of the Vitra Design Museum are allowed to conduct guided tours through the exhibition and on the Vitra Campus.

Delays cannot be considered.
Tickets ab 27,00 €
Architecture tour
06.07.2019 um 11:30 Uhr / Weil am Rhein

The Vitra Campus is a magnet for design and architecture enthusiasts. Few other places in the world can boast such a large number of contemporary architectural icons. It was here that Zaha Hadid created her very first structure in 1993 – the Fire Station – and American architect Frank Gehry constructed his first building in Europe in 1989. Designed by Herzog & de Meuron, the VitraHaus of 2010 on the north side of the campus is an eye-catcher, even from afar. Alongside the Vitra Schaudepot, also designed by Herzog & de Meuron, a second public area was created on the campus in 2016. Then, there are other works like the Conference Pavilion by Tadao Ando, a geodesic dome based on the designs of Richard Buckminster Fuller, a petrol station by Jean Prouvé, factory buildings by Nicholas Grimshaw, Álvaro Siza and SANAA and the Vitra Slide Tower by the artist Carsten Höller. Daily guided tours explain the backgrounds of architects and buildings alike.

The VitraHaus (2010), designed by Herzog & de Meuron, can be viewed from the outside during the tour, and its interior can be explored independently. The Vitra Campus comprises a public and a private area. In the public space, you will find the Vitra Design Museum, the VitraHaus and the Vitra Silde Tower on the Álvaro-Siza-Promenade. The private area, where the production facilities are located, can only be accessed as part of an architecture tour. Please note that only guides of the Vitra Design Museum are allowed to conduct guided tours through the exhibition and on the Vitra Campus.

Delays cannot be considered.
Tickets ab 27,00 €
Architekturführung
06.07.2019 um 13:30 Uhr / Weil am Rhein

Der Vitra Campus ist ein Magnet für Design- und Architekturliebhaber. An kaum einem anderen Ort finden sich so viele Ikonen zeitgenössischer Architektur. Zaha Hadid realisierte hier mit dem Feuerwehrhaus 1993 ihr erstes Gebäude überhaupt, der amerikanische Architekt Frank Gehry seinen ersten Bau in Europa im Jahr 1989. Das von Herzog & de Meuron entworfene VitraHaus von 2010 im nordseitigen öffentlichen Bereich des Campus ist schon von Weitem ein Blickfang. Mit dem Vitra Schaudepot, ebenfalls von Herzog & de Meuron, entstand 2016 ein zweiter öffentlicher Bereich auf dem Campus. Hinzu kommen weitere Werke wie der Konferenzpavillon von Tadao Ando, eine geodätische Kuppel nach Richard Buckminster Fuller, eine Tankstelle von Jean Prouvé, Produktionshallen von Nicholas Grimshaw, Álvaro Siza und SANAA und der Rutschturm des Künstlers Carsten Höller. Tägliche Führungen erläutern Hintergründe zu Architekten und Bauwerken.

Verspätungen können nicht berücksichtigt werden.
Tickets ab 27,00 €
Architecture tour
07.07.2019 um 15:30 Uhr / Weil am Rhein

The Vitra Campus is a magnet for design and architecture enthusiasts. Few other places in the world can boast such a large number of contemporary architectural icons. It was here that Zaha Hadid created her very first structure in 1993 – the Fire Station – and American architect Frank Gehry constructed his first building in Europe in 1989. Designed by Herzog & de Meuron, the VitraHaus of 2010 on the north side of the campus is an eye-catcher, even from afar. Alongside the Vitra Schaudepot, also designed by Herzog & de Meuron, a second public area was created on the campus in 2016. Then, there are other works like the Conference Pavilion by Tadao Ando, a geodesic dome based on the designs of Richard Buckminster Fuller, a petrol station by Jean Prouvé, factory buildings by Nicholas Grimshaw, Álvaro Siza and SANAA and the Vitra Slide Tower by the artist Carsten Höller. Daily guided tours explain the backgrounds of architects and buildings alike.

The VitraHaus (2010), designed by Herzog & de Meuron, can be viewed from the outside during the tour, and its interior can be explored independently. The Vitra Campus comprises a public and a private area. In the public space, you will find the Vitra Design Museum, the VitraHaus and the Vitra Silde Tower on the Álvaro-Siza-Promenade. The private area, where the production facilities are located, can only be accessed as part of an architecture tour. Please note that only guides of the Vitra Design Museum are allowed to conduct guided tours through the exhibition and on the Vitra Campus.

Delays cannot be considered.
Tickets ab 27,00 €
Architecture tour
07.07.2019 um 11:30 Uhr / Weil am Rhein

The Vitra Campus is a magnet for design and architecture enthusiasts. Few other places in the world can boast such a large number of contemporary architectural icons. It was here that Zaha Hadid created her very first structure in 1993 – the Fire Station – and American architect Frank Gehry constructed his first building in Europe in 1989. Designed by Herzog & de Meuron, the VitraHaus of 2010 on the north side of the campus is an eye-catcher, even from afar. Alongside the Vitra Schaudepot, also designed by Herzog & de Meuron, a second public area was created on the campus in 2016. Then, there are other works like the Conference Pavilion by Tadao Ando, a geodesic dome based on the designs of Richard Buckminster Fuller, a petrol station by Jean Prouvé, factory buildings by Nicholas Grimshaw, Álvaro Siza and SANAA and the Vitra Slide Tower by the artist Carsten Höller. Daily guided tours explain the backgrounds of architects and buildings alike.

The VitraHaus (2010), designed by Herzog & de Meuron, can be viewed from the outside during the tour, and its interior can be explored independently. The Vitra Campus comprises a public and a private area. In the public space, you will find the Vitra Design Museum, the VitraHaus and the Vitra Silde Tower on the Álvaro-Siza-Promenade. The private area, where the production facilities are located, can only be accessed as part of an architecture tour. Please note that only guides of the Vitra Design Museum are allowed to conduct guided tours through the exhibition and on the Vitra Campus.

Delays cannot be considered.
Tickets ab 27,00 €
Architekturführung
07.07.2019 um 13:30 Uhr / Weil am Rhein

Der Vitra Campus ist ein Magnet für Design- und Architekturliebhaber. An kaum einem anderen Ort finden sich so viele Ikonen zeitgenössischer Architektur. Zaha Hadid realisierte hier mit dem Feuerwehrhaus 1993 ihr erstes Gebäude überhaupt, der amerikanische Architekt Frank Gehry seinen ersten Bau in Europa im Jahr 1989. Das von Herzog & de Meuron entworfene VitraHaus von 2010 im nordseitigen öffentlichen Bereich des Campus ist schon von Weitem ein Blickfang. Mit dem Vitra Schaudepot, ebenfalls von Herzog & de Meuron, entstand 2016 ein zweiter öffentlicher Bereich auf dem Campus. Hinzu kommen weitere Werke wie der Konferenzpavillon von Tadao Ando, eine geodätische Kuppel nach Richard Buckminster Fuller, eine Tankstelle von Jean Prouvé, Produktionshallen von Nicholas Grimshaw, Álvaro Siza und SANAA und der Rutschturm des Künstlers Carsten Höller. Tägliche Führungen erläutern Hintergründe zu Architekten und Bauwerken.

Verspätungen können nicht berücksichtigt werden.
Tickets ab 27,00 €
Architecture tour
08.07.2019 um 11:30 Uhr / Weil am Rhein

The Vitra Campus is a magnet for design and architecture enthusiasts. Few other places in the world can boast such a large number of contemporary architectural icons. It was here that Zaha Hadid created her very first structure in 1993 – the Fire Station – and American architect Frank Gehry constructed his first building in Europe in 1989. Designed by Herzog & de Meuron, the VitraHaus of 2010 on the north side of the campus is an eye-catcher, even from afar. Alongside the Vitra Schaudepot, also designed by Herzog & de Meuron, a second public area was created on the campus in 2016. Then, there are other works like the Conference Pavilion by Tadao Ando, a geodesic dome based on the designs of Richard Buckminster Fuller, a petrol station by Jean Prouvé, factory buildings by Nicholas Grimshaw, Álvaro Siza and SANAA and the Vitra Slide Tower by the artist Carsten Höller. Daily guided tours explain the backgrounds of architects and buildings alike.

The VitraHaus (2010), designed by Herzog & de Meuron, can be viewed from the outside during the tour, and its interior can be explored independently. The Vitra Campus comprises a public and a private area. In the public space, you will find the Vitra Design Museum, the VitraHaus and the Vitra Silde Tower on the Álvaro-Siza-Promenade. The private area, where the production facilities are located, can only be accessed as part of an architecture tour. Please note that only guides of the Vitra Design Museum are allowed to conduct guided tours through the exhibition and on the Vitra Campus.

Delays cannot be considered.
Tickets ab 27,00 €
Architekturführung
08.07.2019 um 13:30 Uhr / Weil am Rhein

Der Vitra Campus ist ein Magnet für Design- und Architekturliebhaber. An kaum einem anderen Ort finden sich so viele Ikonen zeitgenössischer Architektur. Zaha Hadid realisierte hier mit dem Feuerwehrhaus 1993 ihr erstes Gebäude überhaupt, der amerikanische Architekt Frank Gehry seinen ersten Bau in Europa im Jahr 1989. Das von Herzog & de Meuron entworfene VitraHaus von 2010 im nordseitigen öffentlichen Bereich des Campus ist schon von Weitem ein Blickfang. Mit dem Vitra Schaudepot, ebenfalls von Herzog & de Meuron, entstand 2016 ein zweiter öffentlicher Bereich auf dem Campus. Hinzu kommen weitere Werke wie der Konferenzpavillon von Tadao Ando, eine geodätische Kuppel nach Richard Buckminster Fuller, eine Tankstelle von Jean Prouvé, Produktionshallen von Nicholas Grimshaw, Álvaro Siza und SANAA und der Rutschturm des Künstlers Carsten Höller. Tägliche Führungen erläutern Hintergründe zu Architekten und Bauwerken.

Verspätungen können nicht berücksichtigt werden.
Tickets ab 27,00 €


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