Charles and Ray Eames spent many years experimenting with new techniques for producing three-dimensionally moulded plywood seat shells, that conformed to the contours of the human body. They achieved this with the chairs in the Plywood Group, which have matured into design classics with an appearance that still looks contemporary today. Charles & Ray Eames, 1945/1946
DCM = Dining Chair Metal.
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.
Material: Back/ seat: moulded ash plywood, natural or stained finish. Base: chrome-plated, fitted with pivoting nylon glides. Seat and backrest attached to the base with shock mounts (bonded rubber and metal connectors).
Dimensions: W51.5 x H73.5 x D56.5cm. Seat Height 40cm
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