The Eames Plastic Chairs are renewed versions of the legendary Fiberglass Chairs. The original, which was the very first industrially produced plastic chair, was jointly developed with Zenith Plastics for the 'Low-Cost Furniture Design‘ competition organised by the Museum of Modern Art. In the current version made of polypropylene, these chairs are even more comfortable.With its integrated armrests, the organically shaped shell of the Plastic Armchair offers superb comfort. The wide selection of bases makes it possible to use the chairs in a variety of settings: from the dining room or home office to the garden.
Vitra is the sole authorised manufacturer of Eames products for Europe and the Middle East. When you own an Eames product made by Vitra, you know it is an original.
Charles & Ray Eames, 1950
New Height Dimensions: 830 × 625 × 600 mm
Without upholstery, wire base with cross struts. Base chrome
Palette for the Eames Plastic Chairs: Four existing shades are being retained and ten new ones have been added.
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