The now-iconic molded plywood chair designed by Charles and Ray Eames in 1946 beautifully embodies the design ethos of the Eames, who were always looking forward to create new materials and new ways of solving design problems. The chair's innovation is dulled by today's standards of manufacturing, but its spirit is carried through in a contemporary interior.
Lighting fixtures can easily introduce fantastical and futuristic elements into an otherwise traditional or organic space.
Even the most luxurious room can benefit from a hit of space-age wonder. This low-slung sphere light and metallic side table create a daring bedroom — the best room to be daring in!
Future-feeling accessories can also invoke a sense of the past through creative reinterpretation. The steampunk aesthetic combines Victorian-era technologies and design with modern applications, as seen in this innovative shower.