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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

The Story Of Eames Furniture

Brimming with images and insightful text, this unique book is the benchmark reference on what is arguably the most influential and important furniture brand of our time. It reveals in unparalleled detail how Charles and Ray Eames as well as a talented team of designers worked to create pieces that still top bestseller lists. The book describes the key role played by the Eames Office’s own development and perfection of production processes for its designs as well as the significance of its relationship with manufacturers. By documenting the creation and spread of these landmark furniture designs, this book also tells the story of how modernism became established in homes and offices throughout the world. Buy here

Operation Design: Eames Inspiration

Curated by Billi Kid and Luna Park, Eames Inspiration brings together iconic design and the creativity of some of the most celebrated graffiti and street artists. The auction benefits Operation Design, an organization which offers young school children,  an opportunity to engage directly with arts-based professionals.