Miniature Chair Lachaise Eames 1948

Eames Miniature Chair
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Charles Eames
Musée des Arts Décoratifs


Inspired by the sculpture Floating figure by sculptor Gaston Lachaise, Charles and Ray Eames created La Chaise in a competition at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. A true sculpture that invests space, the seat is distinguished by an astonishing elegance and allows multiple sitting and reclining positions. The Chair has long since become an icon of organic design.

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Size : 112mm x 115mm x 105mm
Material : two glued fiberglass hulls, chromed base, natural oak base brace

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