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Eames Inspired Lounge Chair & Ottoman

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Inspired and influenced by the acclaimed designers Charles and Ray Eames.

This piece is finished in fine top grade Black or White Italian leather, complimented by 7 ply polished walnut veneer on a five star stainless steel swivel base, which closely follows the construction techniques of the original modern production.

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Originally designed in 1956, the Eames Lounge (670) and Ottoman (671) as were correct names, for the Herman Miller furniture company. They were the first Eames' pieces designed as high end furniture.

Charles Eames - a brief biography

Eames, Charles (1907-1978), American architect and designer, best known for his seminal formfitting designs for chairs. He studied architecture under Eliel Saarinen and in 1940 collaborated with his son Eero Saarinen in designing a chair that won first prize in the organic furniture competition sponsored by the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. This chair, with a molded plywood shell, foam-rubber padding, and innovative rubber-weld joints, unfortunately proved too expensive for mass manufacture, but Eames continued to pursue his goal of creating an artistically valid design that could also be produced by modern mass-production techniques. In collaboration with his wife, Ray (Kaiser) Eames, he succeeded in 1946 with an elegantly simple chair consisting of a molded plywood back and seat, mounted on a tubular metal frame; this design became the prototype for much mass-production seating of the 1950s and '60s.

Dimensions (in cm):

Eames Chair 84 x 84 x 84
Eames Ottoman 68 x 54 x 44

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