Eames Sofa - 3 Seats

Eames Sofa - 3 Seats

Herman Miller
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The Eameses designed their Eames Sofa (1967) to complement their Soft Pad Collection, showing off a harmonious blend of wood, leather and polished aluminum. It stands as a graceful reminder of the honest genius of Eames designs, equally fitting for home or office, with carefully considered details. The frame and back panels are constructed of rich solid wood and hand-finished with gunstock oil. Legs and arm supports are made of die-cast aluminum polished to a bright finish. And plush foam cushions come upholstered in leather, with undersides covered in nylon for good ventilation, supported by resilient webbing for added comfort. The Eames Sofa was the last piece of furniture produced by the Eames Office and was completed after Charles Eames died in 1978. It’s been in continuous production since 1984. This is an authentic Eames product by Herman Miller.

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Eames Sofa - 3 Seats
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ES108OUCD2109
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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.
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