Eames® Molded Plywood Dining Chair, Metal Base
Charles and Ray Eames for Herman Miller® - 1946
The technique Charles and Ray Eames invented to mold plywood veneer into gentle curves resulted in an inviting chair of contoured comfort — and the foundation for a major movement in modern furniture design. The aesthetic integrity, enduring charm, and comfort of the chairs earned them recognition from Time magazine as The Best Design of the 20th Century. Sized for dining or work tables, this classic design works in any space calling for refined seating with enduring style.
Chair is available with an upholstered or nonupholstered shell, both with natural face veneers, hardwood inner plies, and a 5-ply seat and back. Upholstered shells have exposed veneer on back sides of seat and back. Self-leveling nylon glides. Trivalent chrome or black powdercoat base finish. Wood veneer options include walnut, red stained birch, white ash, ebony stained ash, santos palisander.
Nonupholstered: 19.75" W x 20.75" D x 29.75" H, 17.5" Seat H; Upholstered: 20" W x 21" D x 30.25" H, 18.5" Seat H