Charles Eames Lounge chair and ottoman by Herman Miller
Charles Eames Lounge Chair and Ottoman have their origin in Charles and Ray’s investigations into molding plywood and a desire to improve upon a familiar fixture in many living rooms: the lounge chair. Citing the English club chair as inspiration, Charles said he sought to design a modern version of that chair, one that had “the warm receptive look of a well-used first baseman's mitt.” Almost immediately, the design became an icon of American design. ...
Today, these pieces not only live in museums, but continue to offer comfort and style to interiors everywhere. A universally recognized form, the set is available in a variety of veneers, multiple leather options, and two sizes. Whatever selection you make, you can be assured of the quality and authenticity of this design. Has marks and scuffs and signs of age.
PERIOD 20th Century (1960-1979)
MATERIALS Wood, Leather, Metal
DIMENSIONS HEIGHT: 40″ DEPTH: 20″ WIDTH: 40″
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