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Next to Fuller's Dome is another building that is not original to the Vitra Campus. In the 1950s, <a href="http://www.dwell.com/people/jean-prouve.html">Jean Prouvé</a> designed a series of gas stations that were built in France. This one was constructed

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Originally appeared in Touring Vitra Campus, Part 1
on September 29, 2011
Next to Fuller&#039;s Dome is another building that is not original to the Vitra Campus. In the 1950s, &lt;a href=&quot;http://www.dwell.com/people/jean-prouve.html&quot;&gt;Jean Prouvé&lt;/a&gt; designed a series of gas stations that were built in France. This one was constructed
Next to Fuller's Dome is another building that is not original to the Vitra Campus. In the 1950s, Jean Prouvé designed a series of gas stations that were built in France. This one was constructed in 1953 and, like the rest, was made as a kit of parts, including six roof modules that are visible via the seams in the roof. Vitra recently began remaking Prouvé's furniture; the chair and table inside the structure are of Prouvé's design.

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