The Eames Molded Plywood Lounge Chair is one of the most iconic piece of the mid-century wooden furniture. It resides in the permanent collection of New York's Museum of Modern Art. The Eames Molded Plywood Lounge Chair (1946) has been referred to as the "most famous chair of the century," with a form that relates directly to the human body and holds no secrets as to how it succeeds technically. The molded plywood legs provides superior strength and rubber shock mounts buffer against jarring movement.
Inspired by the Eames original, this high quality reproduction has a beautiful molded veneer. These lounge chairs are the epitome of style in any home or contemporary commercial environment.
- - Natural and walnut plywood seat, back and legs.
- - Rubber shock mounts buffer against jarring movement.
- - Extremely comfortable and ergonomically designed chair.
- - Fully assembled
About Charles and Ray Eames
Charles (1907–1978) and Ray (1912–1988) Eames were American designers, married in 1941, who worked and made major contributions in many fields of design. The couple set up the office of Charles and Ray Eames, which functioned for more than four decades (1943–88) at 901 Washington Boulevard in Venice, California, included in its staff, at one time or another, a number of remarkable designers, like Henry Beer and Richard Foy, Don Albinson, Deborah Sussman, Harry Bertoia, and Gregory Ain. Among the many important designs originating there are the molded-plywood DCW (Dining Chair Wood) and DCM (Dining Chair Metal with a plywood seat) (1945), Eames Lounge Chair (1956), the Aluminum Group furniture (1958), Eiffel Plastic Side Chair, as well as the Eames Chaise (1968).
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