Designed by Charles and Ray Eames for Herman Miller
Having achieved success with their plywood and molded plastic chairs, Charles and Ray Eames challenged themselves to make a reasonably priced, strong but lightweight, quality chair out of bent wire. Introduced in 1951, it was an immediate hit. Distinctively, unmistakably Eames, the wire chair has stood the test of time and is as popular today as it was half a century ago.
The Eames wire chair makes a striking statement in homes and workplaces and almost anywhere else. It's part of the permanent collection in numerous museums, including San Francisco MOMA and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Like other Eames classics, it has become an eye-catching tattoo. A Japanese artist has knitted padding that turns the chair into an installation. People love it.
Available alone or with a seat or bikini pad in your choice of leather.