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Eames Molded Wood Chair by Herman Mill


By far the most famous American Mid-Century designers, Charles and Ray Eames legacy can still be found in tastefully furnished appartments all over the world. A standout piece is without doubt the Shell Chair. Originally introduced in 1948 by Herman Miller it initially featured a molded fiber glass shell, which was later, however, replaced by a more-eco friendly yet less classy looking plastic. Now 65 years after its initial inception the Shell Chair is made available in a refined wooden veneer version, of course with your choice of three classic bases: wire (“Eiffel Tower”) in chrome or black, 4-leg in chrome or black, or wood dowel in one of three finishes.



Eames Lounge Chair Asia Limited Edition

Eames continue to set a strong precedent when it comes to furniture, and this latest design again represents a strong combination of functionality and conceptual design. Limited to the Asian market, this clean black leather lounge chair and foot rest makes for a great release, all be it at a descent cost. SlamxHype

Eames Lounge Chair Manufacturing in the Vitra Atelie

Its a classic, yet its still modern today. The Eames Lounge Chair remains to be one of the most beautiful and timeless creations in furniture design. Today we can give you a behind the scenes look at the manufacturing process at the Vitra Atelier.

‘Skull Chair’ by Pool

Pool has designed these amazing plastic skull chairs, aka the “Souviens toi que tu vas mourir (remember that you will die)” chair,  for the upcoming “Nouvelle Vague, the New French Domestic Landscape” exhibition at the Milan Design Furniture Fair.  Unfortunately, the chairs are not intended to go on sale or be mass-produced. So look adoringly at this and wish you too could have a set of these for your backyard