Eames Walnut Stool, B
In 1959 the Time-Life Building stood tall in the New York City skyline as the tallest slab-formed skyscraper in the city. Its ultra-modern lobby boasted murals by renowned artists Joseph Albers and Fritz Glarner. Designer Ray Eames, in 1960, was asked to create pieces to complement the chairs in this ultra-luxe lobby, which were designed by her husband Charles Eames. The result was the gorgeous Eames Walnut Stool.
Eames Walnut Stool Features
The Eames Walnut Stool is one of a kind. Here are some of the stool's features:
Solid Walnut Wood
This stool is made up of some of the most durable and elegant wood on the market.
The Eames Walnut Stool is incredibly versatile. It comes in three distinctively sculpted profiles and can serve as a place to sit or low table to display items.
- Height: 15"
- Diameter: 13.25"
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