Eames Molded Plywood Lounge Chair with Wood Base
by Herman Miller

$ $1,009.00 + Free Shipping

Eames Molded Plywood Lounge Chair with Wood Base

by Herman Miller
SKU# 164
Herman Miller Authorized Retailer
$ $1,009.00 + Free Shipping
The Eames' experiments with molding plywood into organic forms yielded this design icon. When Time named this chair the Best Design of the 20th Century, the editors described it as “something elegant, light, and comfortable. Much copied, but never bettered.”

Estimated Shipping Date
11/27/2019

Estimated Delivery Date
12/02/2019

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Product Overview

Eames Molded Plywood Lounge Chair with Wood Base

Named “The Greatest Design of the 20th Century” by Time Magazine, there has been no debate that the Herman Miller Eames Molded Plywood Chair with wood base is one of the most groundbreaking furniture designs in modern history. Its sleek and innovative look was completely different from the large and bulky furniture that had dominated the era; thus the Eames Molded Plywood Chair became instantly popular and iconic. In production since 1946, this design's longevity speaks to the innovative work of Charles and Ray Eames; designs that highly influenced the mid-century modern movement. Some features that the Eames Molded Plywood suite of chairs includes:

  • A molded plywood seat and back.
  • Rubber shock mounts.
  • Optional steel legs.

Whether you prefer the laid-back Molded Plywood Lounge Chair, or the upright Eames Dining Chair fits your needs better, you'll get a piece of furniture that's both warmly inviting and historically revered.

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Dimensions & Specifications

Eames Molded Plywood Chair General Dimensions

Lounge Chairs

  • Overall Height: 26.5"
  • Overall Width: 22"
  • Seat Depth: 24.25"

 

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    Eames Molded Plywood Chair Features

    Charles and Ray Eames developed these influential chairs using what they called a "Kazam! machine" that pressed and molded sheets of wood into sleek and curving shapes. The chairs were made with both elevated style and modern comfort in mind.

    Molded Plywood Seat and Back

    The Kazam! machine, molded thin pieces of plywood into a contoured seat and back - this is, of course, where the chair gets its name. The lounge chair's frame is lower and slightly more reclined, whereas the dining chair's upright shape makes it perfect for placing at your table.

    Rubber Shock Mounts

    The two pieces of molded plywood are connected by a curving wooden spine and rubber shock mounts. These were highly innovative at the time, and they ensure the seat back is flexible and giving, moving with the sitter as he or she leans back or changes positions.

    Two Base Options

    Eames Molded Plywood chairs have two base options: wooden legs or chrome-plated steel legs. Both versions are stylish and authentic.

    Customizable Color and Wood Variations

    There are several different colors and wood variations to choose from - pick one that complements the decor in your home or office.

     

Design Story

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    We're an authorized Herman Miller retailer. This means we're official. We sell new factory-direct items complete with Herman Miller's own 12-year warranty. You can purchase confidently from Office Designs knowing you'll be receiving genuine Herman Miller product.

    BRAND STORY

    Herman Miller® is a pioneer in the furniture industry, an innovator whose human-centered, problem-solving approach to design has introduced new ways of living and working for over 100 years. Environmentally-friendly design, lean manufacturing, ergonomics, the open office, even American modernism itself: Herman Miller and our designers have had a hand in shaping it all. In the spirit of our founder, D.J. De Pree, who established a willingness to abandon ourselves creatively to the influence of others, we’ve partnered with the world’s leading designers for generations—from midcentury icons George Nelson, Charles and Ray Eames, and Alexander Girard to Michael Anastassiades, Scholten & Baijings, Yves Béhar, and more of today’s leading design minds. Our work with them continues to explore design as a method of change, and the enriching value authenticity brings to our lives. Together, we’re shaping the new kinds of spaces where people will live and work for years to come.

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