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The Vitra Design Museum originally housed a permanent chair collection. In 1994, however, the curators moved the chair collection to Zaha Hadid's Fire Station, which was transformed from firehouse to gallery (see more in part two), and introduced a progra

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Originally appeared in Touring Vitra Campus, Part 1
on September 29, 2011
The Vitra Design Museum originally housed a permanent chair collection. In 1994, however, the curators moved the chair collection to Zaha Hadid's Fire Station, which was transformed from firehouse to gallery (see more in part two), and introduced a progra
The Vitra Design Museum originally housed a permanent chair collection. In 1994, however, the curators moved the chair collection to Zaha Hadid's Fire Station, which was transformed from firehouse to gallery (see more in part two), and introduced a program of temporary exhibitions. The outstanding exhibits that the museum creates often go on to travel from continent to continent and for years on end. While I was there, the fantastic exhibition "Zoom: Italian Design and the Photography of Aldo and Marirosa Ballo" was on display.

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