Eames Chaise
Eames Chaise
Eames Chaise
Charles & Ray Eames

The Eames chaise was a prototype entered in a 1948 design competition sponsored by the Museum of Modern Art and the Museum Design Project, Inc. It is also known as La Chaise, a punning homage to the sculptor Gaston Lachaise because the chaise embodied the same flowing organicism of his sculptures. Forty-two years passed before the chaise was actually produced by Vitra in 1990. It consists of two very thin molded fiberglass shells cemented together on a base of chrome-finished steel rods and natural oak.

L x W x H

150 x 90 x 87 cm

59¾ x 35½ x 34½ inches

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