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I Dream of Eames

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Charles Eames (American, 1907–1978). Lounge Chair. Herman Miller, Inc., Zeeland, MI. 1958. Polished die-cast aluminum, painted steel tube, heat-sealed naugahyde padded with vinyl foam, and nylon glides.

Charles Eames. Lounge Chair (1958)

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Charles Eames (American, 1907–1978). Side Chair (model PKW-2). Herman Miller, Inc., Zeeland, MI. 1951. Wire, wood legs, and padded fabric cushion.

Charles Eames. Side Chair (model PKW-2) (1951)

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Eames® DFAW Molded Armchair | www.momastore.org...

Eames Molded Fiberglass Armchair Rocker Base in Green | www.momastore.org...

Charles Eames (American, 1907–1978), Ray Eames (American, 1912–1988). Side Chair (model DCM). Evans Products Co., Molded Plywood Div., Venice, CA. 1946. Molded ash plywood, steel rod, and rubber shockmounts.

Charles Eames, Ray Eames. Side Chair (model DCM) (1946)

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Organic Chair

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Eames® Chair Coasters | MoMAstore.org

Eames Chair Coasters

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Charles Eames (American, 1907–1978), Ray Eames (American, 1912–1988). Leg Splint. Evans Products Co., Molded Plywood Div., Venice, CA. 1942. Molded plywood.

Charles Eames, Ray Eames. Leg Splint (1942)

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Eames® Compact Sofa | MoMAstore.org

Eames Compact Sofa

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Charles Eames (American, 1907–1978), Ray Eames (American, 1912–1988). Three-Legged Side Chair. Evans Products Co., Molded Plywood Div., Venice, CA. 1944. Stained molded plywood, lacquered metal rod, rubber shockmounts, and rubber glides.

Charles Eames, Ray Eames. Three-Legged Side Chair (c. 1944)

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House of Cards | MoMAstore.org

House of Cards | MoMA Store

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Eames® Storage Unit | MoMAstore.org

Eames Storage Unit

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Charles Eames (American, 1907–1978), Ray Eames (American, 1912–1988). Eames Storage Unit (ESU). Manufactured by Herman Miller, Inc., Zeeland, MI. 1950. Plastic-coated plywood, lacquered masonite, and chrome-plated steel.

Charles Eames, Ray Eames. Eames Storage Unit (ESU) (1950)

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Eames® DFSW Molded Fiberglass Side Chair in Black | www.momastore.org...

Eames® Molded Fiberglass Side Chairs Charles and Ray Eames, 1950. In 1948, The Museum of Modern Art announced the International Competition for Low-Cost Furniture Design to “commission and challenge the best design brains in the world.” One of the competition’s winners, Charles Eames, wowed the jury twice. First, by developing a graceful form in stamped metal that took second place when the jury announced its decision in 1949.

Parchment Eames® DFSR Molded Fiberglass Side Chair, Charles and Ray Eames, 1950

Ultramarine Blue Eames Molded Fiberglass Armchair Rocker Base, Charles and Ray Eames, 1950

Red Eames® DFSW Molded Fiberglass Side Chairs, Charles and Ray Eames, 1950

Green Eames® DFAR Molded Armchair, Charles and Ray Eames, 1950

Lemon Yellow Eames® DFAR Molded Armchair, Charles and Ray Eames, 1950

Tilt-Back Side Chair Charles Eames (American, 1907–1978) and Ray Eames (American, 1912–1988)

Charles Eames, Ray Eames. Tilt-Back Side Chair (c. 1944)

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Experimental Lounge Chair Charles Eames (American, 1907–1978) and Ray Eames (American, 1912–1988) c. 1944. Molded plywood and steel rod, 28 3/4 x 30 1/8 x 30" (73 x 76.5 x 76.2 cm). Gift of the designers

Charles Eames, Eero Saarinen. Bench/Base for Storage Units (1940)

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Charles & Ray Eames Husband-and-wife design team Charles (1907-1978) and Ray (1912-1988) Eames were among the most influential designers of the twentieth century. Their landmark contributions include furniture, architecture, film, and graphics. They were pioneers in the molding of plywood, which was developed from their experiments and projects for the U.S. Navy during World War II.

Eames, Charles & Ray | MoMA Store

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Eames® Stools 1960

Eames Stools | MoMA Store

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Competition Drawing for a Side Chair Charles Eames (American, 1907–1978) and Eero Saarinen (American, born Finland. 1910–1961) 1940. Pencil on white poster board covered with cellophane, 30 x 20" (76.2 x 50.8 cm). Gift of the designers