Eames intermediate desk chair 1968 in black leather
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Charles and Ray Eames Intermediate chair in black leather upholstery and cast aluminum frame
introduced in 1968
Charles and Ray called this design “intermediate” because it was intermediate in price and weight compared to other Eames chairs. It weighed more, had more padding, and was more expensive than the Eames Aluminum Desk Chair. It cost less than the Eames Executive Chair because it was not as heavy, and didn’t have that design’s multiple hand-tufted pads.
Unlike many of Charles and Ray Eames’ designs, the Eames Intermediate Chair is not part of a furniture group.
In 1973, the Eames Office and Herman Miller decided to discontinue production of the Eames Intermediate Chair.