Charles Eames

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United States designer noted for an innovative series of chairs (1907-1978)


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1) Charles Eames and Ray Eames, The India Report, Ahmedabad: National Institute of Design, 1997.
The contract is for the supply and delivery of 30 brand Charles Eames chairs, model EA Aluminium Chair for the Board Room of the National Library of France, the site Franois Mitterrand, Paris 13th.
Also built in 1949, this single-storey home was designed by Charles Eames and Eero Saarinen for the editor of Arts & Architecture, John Entenza, and is formed around a large horizontal glazed space for entertaining guests.
Charles Eames excelled at distilling broad, abstract concepts and complex design problems to their essentials and communicating them clearly, such that anyone could understand them.
Described by architect Charles Eames as being a bit like a magpie, Girard proved such with his keen-eyed curiosity, resourcefulness, and love of color and whimsy.
As well as the bed, there are three round Charles Eames tables with aluminium bases and several chairs, including an Eames and a Jacobsen chair.
POWERS OF TEN by Charles Eames and Ray Eames (EAMES OFFICE, US$11) A reminder that exploration and geography can happen at any scale, from the atom to the universe
Charles Eames, who many hail as the father of modern chair design, once said "Eventually everything connects -- people, ideas, objects.
A display of 'low-cost' chairs designed by Eero Saarinen, Charles Eames and Marcel Breuer is the star of the show, but smaller artefacts also succeed in sustaining interest.
It's funny; my late husband, Eddie, and I went out to California to meet Ray and Charles Eames.
Sixty years ago, designers Ray and Charles Eames moved into the steel-and-glass-and-concrete home they'd constructed with prefab components in a Pacific Palisades meadow.
Ray and Charles Eames, the creative geniuses behind many iconic 20th century designs, debuted their film "Powers of 10" in 1977.
The title of Martin Beck's exhibition at Orchard--"The details are not the details"--is a quotation from Charles Eames, whose thought concludes with the assertion that, indeed, details are hardly mere accoutrements but themselves "make the product.
Called "Sitting Pretty: Chairs of the Twentieth Century," the show features a high-back chair from Charles Rennie MacIntosh, the 1934 "airline" recliner from Kem Weber, an inlaid Craftsman-style dining chair from Pasadena brothers Charles and Henry Greene, and the famous "LCW" chair from Charles Eames.
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