Eames Dot Pattern Card Case by Herman Miller
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Eames Dot Pattern Card Case
designed by Charles and Ray Eames
At A Glance:
This business card holder has a cover taken from a pattern by the Eameses, developed - but not produced - in connection with a textile competition at MOMA in 1947. In the year 2000, the Dot Pattern was produced for the first time by the Eames Office with Maharam, the textile manufacturer.
What's To Like:
The Eames Dot Pattern Card Case is unlike any other card case out there - you can be sure that your case will be the most distinctive one out there.
What's Not to Like:
We're drawing a blank with this one. The card case is sturdy and cool-looking, so no complaints here.
The Bottom Line:
The Eameses were one prolific design duo, getting their hands messy with all kinds of pursuits on their way to becoming the revered figures they are today. The card case is just another example of how their designs translate well to any kind of item, in any area of life.
- Made of stainless steel
- Perfectly sized to hold business cards or wallet-size photos