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C. Eames

(1907-1978)
Charles (and Ray, his wife) dominated the furniture design scene in the US from the early 1950s to the 1970s, and they are most known for their Eames Lounge and Ottoman chairs. Although the duo spanned into other artistic projects such as photography, film and other architectural ventures, the power couple is renowned for their significant contributions in creating modern works within the US. The furniture design of Charles and Ray Eames would serve as inspiration for other leading designers during their time.





The Eames Lounge Chair was designed as an update of the traditional, English club chair using modern and luxurious materials. The result, recognised as an instant classic on its 1956 unveiling, is something that is at once both sophisticated and contemporary yet also familiar and timeless.



The Eiffel dining chairs are iconic pieces of furniture, based on the classic Nordic design from the late '40s and mixing both functionality with style. The chairs are ergonomically designed for comfort while retaining timeless aesthetic and detail. The Eiffel is a current design icon chosen to showcase a modern yet classic contrast to any living space.




Bring timeless style into your workspace with these mid century office chairs. Shop iconic modern designs for less with our superb range of Eames style office chairs which are the perfect addition to any space where you’d like to improve the aesthetics by incorporating the sleek, smooth lines of these retro.




Iconic Retro Design with molded polypropylene shell that's designed for every body shape. The shell is placed on a four-legged braced wire base with two wooden rockers, finished with clear varnish. The result is a timeless style with a relaxing, smooth movement.




The design story of the Eames Tables goes back to the 1940s, when Charles and Ray Eames developed the first versions of what later became the table base. The Eames Tables are distinguished by their rational construction and aesthetic understatement.


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