Vignelli Center
for Design Studies
Rochester Institute of Technology
 
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Simone Circle, RIT Campus

Simone Circle, RIT Campus

 

 

The Vignelli Center’s two Benetton Galleries display artifacts from the archives, and are open to the public. There is no charge to visit the Vignelli Center. A tour or appointment is not required to visit the galleries, however, guided tours (including a visit into the archives) are available by appointment.

Contact

For more information please call (585)475-2839

 

To study or view artifacts in the Vignelli Archive, Please contact Jennifer Whitlock, Vignelli Center Archivist at jlwfad@rit.edu

Tours

Job#3340 for Vignelli Center School of Design, Opening Ceremony and Events

 

Guided tours of the Vignelli Center for Design Studies are available by appointment. Information about Massimo and Lella Vignelli and their world-class design as well as a behind-the-scene look into the Vignelli Archives is part of the tour.

 

For tours, please phone in advance of desired date to (585) 475-2839

Hours

Fall Hours:

Monday – Friday:                        10:00am – 5:00pm

Saturday:                                    12:00pm – 4:00pm

 

Summer Hours:

Monday – Friday:                        10:00am – 4:00pm

Saturday:                                    12:00pm – 4:00pm

 

Since access is through the University Gallery, it is recommended to call ahead (585) 475-2404.

Location

The Rochester Institute of Technology campus is located in Henrietta, New York, a suburb south of the city of Rochester. When visiting the Vignelli Center for Design Studies proceed through the main campus entrance to the information booth.  Directions, including parking information, to the Center will be provided. The Vignelli Center is located adjacent to the James Booth Building (Building 7.) Visitors should proceed through the University Gallery, west to the Benetton Gallery, which features an extensive showing of the graphic and product design of Massimo and Lella Vignelli. Then move up the stairway to a second Benetton Gallery which exhibits exclusively Vignelli-designed furniture.