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    BRICK HOUSE - mur/sol

  • Susan Nielsen

    ♥ Eames LCW

  • Cathérine

    eames lounge chair

  • Jim Torrey

    Interior design / Eames Chair

  • Bart Sweere

    Nice wooden chair

  • Beng Salao

    Eames Wood Chair

  • Mary M

    perfect vintage chair

  • Cristine D

    Plywood chair Charles Eames' 1st chair design made by himself & his friend Eero Saarinen. In 1940 they entered it into The Organic Furniture Competition and won. It was said that Charles never considered this a successful design because he originally wanted to make a single shelled chair and saw this as a compromise. This chair never went into mass production due to how difficult it was to make.

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Charles Eames (1948) by nurse_marbles, via Flickr