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  • Eames office chair Charls Ray Eames

Eames office chair Charls Ray Eames

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Eames Aluminum Office Chair Designed by Charles and Ray Eames, Aluminum group chairs feature an elegant and innovative combination of metal and leather.
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  • Eames office chair Charls Ray Eames
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Our reproduction replica of this chair as followings:
Superior grade top grain Italian leather. The legs are made from a thick aluminum alloy material which ensures the base can resist a pressure of 1250kg during stress testing.
The superior plating on the legs and arms has successfully passed the 52 hour neutral salt fog corrosion resistance test, due to the carefully polished and controlled plating workmanship.

Charles and Ray Eame

Charles and Ray Eames are among the most important American designers of this century. They are best known for their groundbreaking contributions to architecture, furniture design (e.g., the Eames Chair), industrial design and manufacturing, and the photographic arts. Charles and Ray married in 1941 and moved to California where they continued their furniture design work with molding plywood. During the war they were commissioned by the Navy to produce molded plywood splints, stretchers and experimental glider shells. In 1946, Evans Products began producing the Eameses' molded plywood furniture. Their molded plywood chair was called "the chair of the century" by the influential architectural critic Esther McCoy. Soon production was taken over by Herman Miller, Inc ., who continues to produce the furniture in the United States to this day. Another company, Vitra International , manufactures the furniture in Europe. In 1949, Charles and Ray designed and built their own home in Pacific Palisades, California as part of the Case Study House Program sponsored by Arts and Architecture Magazine. Their design and innovative use of materials made this house a mecca for architects and designers from all over the world. It is considered one of the most important post-war residences built anywhere in the world.

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