Charles & Ray Eames
The Hang It All Rack - Eames Reproduction, originally designed in 1953 by Ray and Charles Eames. A timeless masterpiece that combines functionality with stunning design, this whimsical sculpture is perfect for hanging up clothes and towels, as well as a design piece to lighten any space.
From 1941 to 1943, Charles and Ray Eames designed and developed
stretchers and leg splints made of moulded plywood, and in 1946 they
exhibited their experimental moulded plywood furniture at the New York
Museum of Modern Art. The Herman Miller Company in Zeeland, Michigan,
subsequently began to produce the Eameses' furniture designs. Charles
and Ray participated in the 1948 'Low-Cost Furniture' competition at
MoMA, and they built the Eames House in 1949 as their own private
residence. Around 1955 they began to focus more on their extensive work
as photographers and filmmakers, and in 1964 Charles received an
honorary doctoral degree from the Pratt Institute in New York....
Discounts on Eames 1950's DAW Dining Chairs:
Based on an Eames design from the 1950's, the DAW Dining Armchair Wooden Legs - Eames Reproduction is constructed with a solid timber base. The DAW Dining Armchair Wooden Legs - Eames Reproduction, with maple legs and chrome struts, uses rubber shock mounts to connect the seat and base resulting in an extremely comfortable seat for the end user.
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