Charles & Ray Eames, 1950
The organically shaped shells of the Plastic Chairs (1950) by Charles and Ray Eames can be combined with a variety of different bases to provide versatile seating for diverse settings.
Seat shell: dyed-through polypropylene with full upholstery (front side) in Hopsak:
Please advise which colour of Hopsak you require.
The fully upholstered version has moulded polyurethane foam padding covered in fabric, attached to the shell with a welted edge. Different shell and upholstery colours and various bases provide a multitude of possible combinations.
Base: wire base with cross struts, chrome-plated or powder-coated finish. Seat height 256 mm. (LAR = Lounge Height Armchair, Rod Base)
Dimensions: W625 x D610 x H635mm
Made to Order, 6-8 weeks
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