4 Aluminium Armchair by Charles Eames
|High back swivel armchair with glides. Chrome plated cast aluminium structure. Covered with leather.|
|No. Art.:||SO-CE 544-112-4-1|
Information to High Back Aluminium Armchair by Charles Eames
High back swivel armchair with glides.
Chrome plated cast aluminium structure. Covered in leather.
depth: 59 cm | breadth: 58 cm | overall height: 99 cm | seat height: 43 cm | seat depth: 47 cm
Weight: / cbm;
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Surface Structure is embossed, quality slightly thinner.
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Charles Eames 1907-1978
Architect and designer, born in St Louis, Missouri, USA. He studied and practised architecture
and taught at Cranbrook Academy of Art (1937-40). There he collaborated on modern furniture
design with the Saarinens and student Ray Kaiser (c.1916-88), whom he married in 1941.
Initially a painter and sculptor, his wife formed an innovative design partnership with her
husband (1941-78) that produced moulded plywood chairs, modular storage units, knock-down
furniture, graphics, interiors, exhibit displays, and experimental films. They moved to
California (1941) and set up a workshop designing military leg splints, film sets for
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, and in 1947 their own landmark home in Santa Monica constructed of
prefabricated parts. The moulded plywood, -upholstered, pedestal-mounted Eames
Lounge Chair 670 (1956) with ottoman was their most enduring creation.