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This wonderful chair is no longer in production. A high quality reproduction was originally designed for the Cité Universitaire at Antony, near Paris, in the 50s. The design has a wonderfully dynamic shape, made from a single curved plywood wooden bl...
VITRA PROUVE ANTONY LOUNGE CHAIR
Edition of celebration by VITRA of hundred's birthday of Charles Eames in 2007.Limited edition of 1000 numbered pieces in maple. The total edition was sold out by VITRA within 3 month!
Each of the two thousand limite...
EAMES Maple Elephant
Chairs take the most stress on their back legs, where they bear the weight of the user's upper body. The engineer, architect and designer Jean Prouvé incorporated this simple insight in his design for the Standard Chair: while steel tubing suffices ...
PROUVE STANDARD CHAIR
With the Vitra RAR rocking chair design meets comfort: and proves the true diversity of the Eames plastic chair family. The multi-purpose Vitra Eames chairs are characterised by their choice of bases, seat shells, range of colours and their extreme h...
EAMES PLASTIC ARMCHAIR RAR
The Eames Plastic Armchair by Vitra, designed in the Year 1950 door Charles & Ray Eames is a true classic design. The Eames Plastic chairs are redesigned versions of the legendary Fiberglass Chair. The original was the first industrially produced cha...
EAMES - PLASTIC ARMCHAIR DAW
Eames Plastic Side Chair DSW.
WonderWood only offers Eames plastic chair with wooden underframes.
It is possible to choose from various seating colours and wood options.
Please let us know your wishes and we make you a good offer.
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EAMES PLASTIC SIDECHAIR DSW
EAMES HOUSE BIRD
Eames House Bird of Vitra accessory, designed by Charles and Ray Eames is one of the style icons of this designers couple. The bird is deep black and is formed into straight lines. The eyes are made subtly. The bird has two legs ...
Charles and Ray Eames developed a toy elephant made of plywood in 1945; however, this piece never went into production. One prototype was shown at the Museum of Modern Art in New York in 1946 and still survives in the Eames family archives today. After a
EAMES PLYWOOD ELEPHANT