Eames Molded Fiberglass Chair, Dowel Base

Scroll for Available Stock

Eames Molded Fiberglass Chair, Dowel Base

Herman Miller

Product Options

Dimensions (cm):
Eames Molded Fiberglass Chair, Dowel Base | Highlight image 1
Eames Molded Fiberglass Chair, Dowel Base | Highlight image 2 Eames Molded Fiberglass Chair, Dowel Base | Highlight image 3
A Finer Fiberglass.

Thanks to a new proprietary process of producing fiberglass, Herman Miller is once again able to produce the Eames original 1950 Molded Fiberglass Chair safely by means of a less volatile, monomer-free “dry bind” process. Like the Eameses’ original single-shell chairs, our new fiberglass finish has the same covetable surface variation and tell-tale fiberglass striations that have attracted avid vintage collectors for decades.

They are available in both the arm and side chair formats, in a range of archival colors, and with a choice of bases. Armchair and side chair shells are also available fully upholstered or with an upholstered seat pad.

The process for making shells and the nature of fiberglass mean that each shell is unique and can possess traits such as tiny cavities in the surface, small points of lighter or darker color, or faint circular shadows where base attaches to shell. All chairs can be recycled through the Herman Miller Take Back Program.

Eames Molded Fiberglass Chair, Dowel Base

Collection

-

Status
For Order
Vendor Item

DFSW.BKUL111E8

Availability

No product available in any showroom.
For inquiries, please contact us at +6692 015 8888 or LINE: @chanintrwork.

Dimensions (cm)

W47.6 x D55.2 x H79.4

Line icon
LINE Chat
Charles and Ray Eames

Charles and Ray Eames

Charles Eames was born in 1907. After attending Washington University, he began working in an architectural office. In 1930, Charles started his own architectural office. Ray Kaiser Eames was born in 1912. She studied painting in NYC before moving to Cranbrook Academy where she met and assisted Charles and Eero Saarinen for the Museum of Modern Art’s Organic Furniture Competition. They married in 1941 and moved to California. Their own home design is considered one of the world's most important post-war residences. They are among the most important American designers of the 20th century.
Herman Miller

Learn more about

Herman Miller