Eames® Molded Wood Side Chair
Charles and Ray Eames for Herman Miller® - 1950/2013
Charles and Ray Eames set out to create a one-piece molded chair in the 1940s, eventually “compromising” with their iconic two-piece molded plywood chairs in 1946 and one-piece molded fiberglass chairs in 1950. Today’s technology has caught up with the Eames’ vision, in the form of this striking addition to the molded chair family, clad in 3D molded wood veneers.
Seat and back are formed of a single, molded piece 0.26" thick. Veneers are available in white ash, walnut, ebony, and santos palisander finishes. Wire and 4-leg bases available in trivalent chrome, white or black wire. Dowel leg bases available in maple, white ash, ebony, and walnut dowel finish. Available with an upholstered seat pad. Wide variety of upholstery to choose from.
18.75" W x 21.25" D x 31.25 - 31.5" H; 17.25 - 17.5" Seat H