It’s no wonder that this 2-piece lounge chair and ottoman set is one of our all-time bestsellers. Faithfully inspired by classic mid-century design by Charles and. Charles and Ray Eames are among the most important American designers of this century. They are known primarily for their groundbreaking contributions to architecture, furniture design, industrial design and manufacturing, and photographic art.
Pick-up locations are available in Auckland, Hamilton and Christchurch. Make an appointment with us beforehand. The eames Lounge Chair is a classic design that has been produced continuously since its inception. This replica
Eames chair and ottoman is certainly one of the most famous pieces to emerge from the mid-century modern design movement. It is a functional classic that has been in demand since its founding in the 1950s.
The Eames Lounge Chair and Ottoman are among the most popular significant and collectable furniture designs of the 20th century and are part of the permanent collection of the New York Museum of Modern Art. The Eames Lounge Chair and Ottoman with the official titles Eames Lounge (670) and Ottoman (67) was created in 1956 after published over many years of development by designers Charles and Ray Eames for the furniture company Herman Miller. It is amazing to think that Charles Eames may have been expelled from Washington University because he was too modern. The Lounge Chair and Ottoman Eames Lounge Chair are the epitome of modernist style and luxurious comfort.
The Eames lounge chair and ottoman is the culmination of Charles and Ray Eames’ efforts to create comfortable and beautiful lounge seating using production techniques that combine technology and craftsmanship. The most famous of all Eames furniture designs in the permanent collection of the New York Museum of Arts and Design. Two of the most influential designers of the 20th century, Charles and Ray Eames, were involved in a whole spectrum of design-related research. When it came to furniture, the duo designed Eames with organic, sculptural forms and offered pieces with integrity.
Charles cited the English club chair as an inspiration and said he wanted to design a modern version of this chair that “had the warm, receptive look of a well-worn First Baseman glove.