Charles Eames


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

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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.
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.
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.
As much as the kitsch early flying luxury is tres cool, the level of design being placed into modern first class cabins has it beaten hands down, for example theatre lighting designers have been employed by Virgin to develop a mood lighting system that changes throughout the flight and Swissair took inspiration for their first class sleeper seats from a furniture design classic, the Charles Eames lounge chair
The retailer features furniture by renowned designers, including Ray and Charles Eames, Mies van der Rohe, Phillipe Starck and Enrico Franzolini, among others.
Ray and Charles Eames got past it by designing furniture in different sizes.
They stock everything from the Marcel Breuer Wassily chair, pounds 125, and Le Corbusier's Cubic armchair, pounds 795, to the covetable Charles Eames recliner, pounds 1,395, or footstool, pounds 495, and Isamu Noguchi's coffee table, from pounds 375.
Design: The Eames molded plywood chair, designed by Charles Eames, 1946.
The late Charles Eames, who designed the much imitated Eames lounge chair and ottoman which look as contemporary today as when they were introduced in 1955, is quoted in The Conrad Directory of Design (Stephen Bayley, editor) as saying that Affluence offers the kind of freedom I am deeply suspicious of.
Smart Furniture Studio Will Feature Eames Demetrios in Opening Reception of Traveling Exhibit Honoring Photography of Herman Miller Modern Furniture Design Icon Charles Eames
Designs by Charles Eames and El Ultimo Grito are on display, as well as the Modernist highchair by Dutch architect Gerrit Rietveld and Spotty, a 1960s paper chair designed by Peter Murdoch.
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