1 September 2016
The Camper exhibition, curated by Pete Collard and Anniina Koivu, is now being hosted at the Vitra Design Museum, the temple of famous designers ( May 13 to November 1, 2015), celebrating forty years of the Spanish brand. The exhibition is “fitting” testimony to the object value of footwear. In addition to presenting different models of shoes designed by famous stylists and designers who have marked the path of the company, Camper creates commercial spaces around the world signed by famous designers such as Marti Guixe, Nendo, Jaime Hayon, Campana Brothers, Fernando Amat, Doshi & Levine and Thomas Alonso.
In addition to presenting the various models, the exhibition tells the history of the company which began in 1877, when founder Antonio Fluxà set sail for England to investigate new methods of industrial production, and goes on to investigate the potential future of the way of walking, exploring how technological and sociological developments can change the experience of walking.