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Eames Molded Plastic Armchair

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Add some punch to a modern family room with a red Eames chair. They're suitable for adults and kids alike.

Product Specifications

Manufactured By
Herman Miller  
Sold By
SmartFurniture  
Width
25.0" 
Depth
23.5" 
Height
31.75" 
Designer
Herman Miller 
Category
Accent Chairs  
Style
Midcentury 
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Product Description

Herman Miller Eames Molded Plastic Armchair designed by Charles and Ray Eames

At A Glance:
New materials, especially those that held promise for doing more with less, fascinated Charles and Ray Eames throughout their careers. Their fascination led to inventive modern furniture, such as the molded plastic chair. Designed in 1948 and first presented at the Museum of Modern Art, it was the first plastic chair to be mass produced. It speaks the creative freedom that Charles and Ray Eames possessed. They weren't hemmed in by what they thought their chairs could be. They allowed themselves to dream of different purposes and looks, and they weren't bound by convention or rules. The current models looks exactly the same as the originals. They remain upholstered, in keeping with the Eameses' requirement that materials be expressed honestly and unselfconsciously.

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