If you’ve seen pictures of Off-White designer Virgil Abloh’s installation TWENTYTHIRTYFIVE and wanted those pieces (or missed out on the first limited edition collection when it was launched at Art Basel last year), we have good news: they’re now available for purchase again on the Basic Space website.

The installation TWENTYTHIRTYFIVE, presented in the Fire Station on the Vitra campus in 2019, was Virgil Abloh’s vision of how a future home would look like. Pieces that you can now get your hands on from there include the Antony armchair, Petite Potence lamp, and Ceramic Block, all in a new baby blue finish.

“‘Virgil operates on a terrain between different disciplines – high fashion, streetwear, music, scenography, art, architecture, industrial design and graphic design. Across all these disciplines he has created a coherent world and a strong signature,” says Nora Fehlbaum, CEO of Vitra. Take a look at what’s on offer in this collection.

This article was originally published in Home & Decor

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