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Eero Saarinen, chair. Would like to have one, but in a different colour.

Eero Saarinen & Charles Eames testing a lightweight tensile structure for the 1939 exhibition at the Cranbrook Academy of Art & Architecture

Eero Saarinen, architect, was born in Finland and grew up in the US. His designs include the main terminal of IAD and the Gateway Arch in St. Louis, Missouri.

Charles Eames (1948) by nurse_marbles, via Flickr

TWA Terminal at JFK Airport, Eero Saarinen, New York, NY, 1962

Home-turned-museum Saarinen House, the creation and former residence of architect Eliel Saarinen. The Finnish American architect built Saarinen House in 1930, raising a family in the Bloomfield Hills, Michigan property before it came under the care of Cranbrook Art Museum as a historic house in 1994. A shrine to modernism, the museum now run tours, and Ruhwald has been invited to add his artistic voice to the echoes of the Saarinen family still reverberating strongly within its walls

1969 E. Saarinen Tulpenstuhl by diepuppenstubensammlerin,

Charles Eames and Eero Saarinen.