Design Charles & Ray Eames®, 1946 Molded plywood, metal base Made by Herman Miller®
The Molded Plywood Coffee Table is an eloquent example of early Eames design. Formed by breakthrough technology that molds plywood veneer into curved shapes, its round top is slightly indented and comes in a range of finishes. Paired with lounge chairs or sofa seating, it creates a striking centerpiece in any space.
Whether placed in a living room, great room, or family room, this elegant Eames table is perfectly made for coffee, cards, or camaraderie among friends. Its dimpled top—available in walnut, natural cherry, ebony, and white ash—is supported by slim metal legs in black or trivalent chrome.
The vision of Charles and Ray Eames to continually explore, refine, and discover was reflected in their experiments with molded plywood. After various attempts to create a round coffee table, they landed on one of their most recognizable designs—a simple occasional table with a round plywood top and four slim tubular metal legs.
Light and Agile
The production methods used to produce this coffee table met one of the Eames criteria for this furniture: It had to be lightweight and easy to pick up and move around. It's also a convenient size—34 inches in diameter, 15½ inches high.
The table’s sturdy legs—in black or trivalent chrome—have self-leveling nylon glides that work on both carpet and hard-surface floors.
Dimensions: 34" dia. | 15.5" h
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