Eames Lounge Chair & Ottoman for Herman Miller - 1957
Eames lounge chair & ottoman, models 670 & 671, designed by Charles & Ray Eames and manufactured by Herman Miller in circa 1957. Both the chair and ottoman are hand-assembled with great attention paid to the details. The lounge chair is constructed of three molded plywood shells and tailored leather cushions mounted on a cast aluminum base that pivots. An overall iconic collector's item with rich history and charismatic patina.
The Eames lounge chair was a fresh and modern new take on the classic 19th-century club chair and a culmination of experimentation by its inventive creators Charles & Ray Eames. Some define it as their signature design that reshaped the design world. Like all classics, the chair and ottoman get better with age, in part because of how they are made. From the innovative hardware that fastens the cushions to the shell without marring the appearance of the wood to the fact that each piece continues to be assembled by hand, the combination of craft and manufacturing consistency results in genuinely authentic pieces.
Recognized as a true icon of American design, this statement piece brings comfort and style to any interior. Whether it's placed in a mid-century modern living room, a creative design studio, a modern lobby with authentic accents, or a cosy reading corner, this icon will definitely blend into any space.
This item is in excellent original condition and assures you of the highest quality and authenticity. The lounge chair and ottoman are priced as a set. We have similar Eames lounge chairs with ottomans available in other listings.
Chair: W:82 D:75 H:84 SH:40 AH:13
Ottoman: W:65 D:54 H:42
Continental US€ 1100
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