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The Herman Miller Eames Aluminum Outdoor Lounge Chair incorporates the original design of the iconic Eames Aluminum Lounge Chair but in a version that is suitable for outdoor use. A lightweight frame aids in mobility while a durable weave fabric provides comfort and is able to stand up to the elements. The Herman Miller Eames Aluminum Outdoor Lounge Chair brings the iconic style of the Herman Miller-Eames collaboration to your outdoor space.
The Eames Aluminum Outdoor Side Chair from Herman Miller brings the iconic designs of the Eames Aluminum Group to your Outdoor Space. This Outdoor Side Chair is lightweight enough to be easily moved and incorporates a durable weave fabric that is able to stand up to the elements. Bring the brilliance of Charles and Ray Eames to your outdoor space with the Eames Aluminum Outdoor Side Chair.
The Eames Bikini Wire Chair was first introduced in 1951 and has remained a design icon ever since. The uniquely upholstered seat and back lets the wire frame show through while still providing enhanced comfort. Manufactured by Herman Miller the Eames Bikini wire Chair combines the brilliance of Charles and Ray Eames with the quality you've come to expect from a name like Herman Miller.
The Eames Compact Desk brings the original Eames Desk down a size, perfect for smaller offices or as a living room or bedroom work area. Two shelves provide storage area while leveler glides allow for use on uneven floors. The Herman Miller Eames Compact Desk takes an iconic design from Charles and Ray Eames and makes it perfect for your home.
The Eames Dowel Leg Side Chair is an icon, of of the most known pieces from one of the most renowned design duos. The wooden dowel legs give this Eames Molded Plastic Chair a softer side without sacrificing the geometric form of the original designs. The Herman Miller Eames Dowel Leg Side Chair brings the iconic design of Charles and Ray Eames to any space. Side Chair, dining chair, the Eames Dowel Leg Side Chair is a versatile enough piece to fill virtually any seating need.
Also known as the Time-Life Chair, the Eames Executive Work Chair exudes style and authority in addition to being incredibly comfortable. An adjustable seat height ensures that any user will be comfortable in this large executive chair. Fine materials - quality upholstery, durable base and frame - ensure durability. Truly an icon of the design world, the Herman Miller Eames Executive Work Chair is a wonderful addition to any office in need of style and comfort.
The Eames Lounge Chair from Herman Miller is truly one of the most iconic pieces of furniture on the market today. Rich leather upholstery combines with a groundbreaking molded plywood shell to offer a truly remarkable piece both in terms of style and comfort. The Eames Lounge Chair and Ottoman is the gold standard of the lounge chair. Whether you're looking for your home or office, the Herman Miller Eames Lounge Chair and Ottoman offer everything you want in a lounge chair - iconic style, incredible comfort, and the durability to last for years. The Eames Lounge Chair and Ottoman were designed by Charles and Ray Eames and are manufactured by Herman Miller.
The Eames Lounge Chair and Ottoman, White Ash are the same iconic designs from Charles and Ray Eames but with updated materials. The White Ash veneer frame is a refreshing take on the classic design while the MCL leathers offer superior comfort. The Eames Lounge Chair and Ottoman in White Ash is an aesthetic update on one of the most iconic designs in history. Designed by Charles and Ray Eames with Herman Miller.
The Eames Molded Fiberglass Armchair, Dowel Leg Base is one iconic piece from Charles and Ray Eames. The chair's molded fiberglass shell has a high back for support, waterfall front edge eliminating pressure points and a deep seat pocket. The Eames Molded Fiberglass Armchair with Dowel Leg Base works great in a living room or office as a side chair, guest chair or accent piece. This armchair's time-tested design promises to add style to your space.
The Eames Molded Plastic Side Chair, 4-Leg Base is a true icon. Designed by Charles and Ray Eames using innovative molding techniques, the Eames Molded Fiberglass Side Chair makes for a great dining chair or side chair. The shell seat offers a splash of color to any space with the 4-Leg Base providing support and the ability to be moved with ease. Of the entire Eames Shell Chair collection, the Side Chair with 4-Leg Base is by far the simplest, and in this case it is certainly an elegant simplicity and beauty.
The Eames Molded Fiberglass Dowel Leg Side Chair is an icon, of of the most known pieces from one of the most renowned design duos. The wooden dowel legs give this Eames Molded Fiberglass Chair a softer side without sacrificing the geometric form of the original designs. The Herman Miller Eames Dowel Leg Side Chair brings the iconic design of Charles and Ray Eames to any space. Side Chair, dining chair, the Eames Dowel Leg Fiberglass Side Chair is a versatile enough piece to fill virtually any seating need.
The Eames Molded Plastic Side Chair with 4 Leg Base is a true icon. Designed by Charles and Ray Eames using innovative plastic molding techniques, the Eames Molded Plastic Side Chair makes for a great dining chair or side chair. The molded plastic seat offers a splash of color to any space with the 4 Leg Base provides support and the ability to be moved with ease. Of the entire molded plastic collection, the Side Chair with 4 Leg Base is by far the simplest, and in this case it is certainly an elegant simplicity and beauty.
The Eames Ottoman is the perfect addition to your Eames Lounge Chair. Using the same quality upholstery and molded plywood frame, the Eames Ottoman from Herman Miller exudes style, luxury and is exquisitely comfortable. The Charles and Ray Eames designed Ottoman has been on display in different museums for years. Add comfort and style to your Eames Lounge with the Eames Ottoman.
"The details are not the details. They make the design." Charles and Ray Eames built their career on this statement. Everything about a design, no matter how simple, became important to them. And every detail, beyond being cared for and pored over, had to be right. Physicist and Eames collaborator Philip Morrison: "They would be working together on something...trying to mold it, put it in place. That's the image that I have all the time. The shared task of making something which is both new and conforming, that's the thing. I guess adding a piece of paint to a painting, it's the same thing. It has to be new; it wasn't there before . . . it's no good, no use. But not just on paint, or not just on curve, but on everything: words, music, image, idea, need, everything. And that's the design element that they are talking about."
The Eames furniture bore these concepts out in their design. They were meant to reflect something of the natural beauty of the earth, and yet the Eames' almost never used natural, organic materials. Their most famous creation, the Eames Chair, was a gently curving and expertly contoured side chair in a natural mode and color; yet it was made from an unheard of material called molded plywood, which at the time was reviled but has now become a staple of modern design. Eames furniture is about complimentary contradiction, modern design, and great pieces.
Charles Eames introduced molded plywood as a design material. While at first the material may have been regarded with suspicion, it soon sent shockwaves throughout the design world. Even at the Pentagon this new material was seen for the breakthrough it was: Eames was quickly commissioned to build planes for the military during WWII. It was vindication for Eames's design, as he had been kicked out of his architecture courses at Washington University in St. Louis for being "too modern," and for championing the architecture of the now world famous Frank Lloyd Wright.
Throughout their careers as designers the Eames' kept experimenting with radical materials, including plastic, wire, molded plastic, fiberglass, and aluminum. They became famous for their innovation, a passion that led them to break out of the bounds of design to work in many fields, including physics and filmmaking.
Of course the single most important test of greatness is the work. And Eames furniture is some of the most sought after and praised in the world. The Eames chair, the La Chaise Lounge, the Time Life Chair and Stool, the Drafting Chair, and the Intermediate Desk Chair have all made their mark on furniture history. Eames designs, drafts and objects are highly sought at auction and in stores, and designers with more stunning successes to their name can't be found. Buying Eames furniture is buying quality, history, creativity, and inspiration.