Charles Ray Eames Inspired N-DAC Arm Chair – Cool Grey
The N-DAC arm chair is inspired by the fantastic 20th Century designers Charles and Ray Eames’s early designs which still influence many aspects of interior design today.
A strong set of chromed steel legs stem from plastic wheeled feet giving you complete mobility.This particular chair top is different to the rest of the Eames chair collection, thanks to the armchair style. By having a more rounded seat the comfort is maximised and the arms have a place to sit when thinking or having a well deserved rest from working hard. The seat top comes in a broad range of colours so the bold choice is yours. Do you go for a bold Orange and Blue combo? Or stick to a classy Cream and Teal? No matter what you’re looking for you will find something that sparks inspiration. The wheels are durable and move with swift speed, depending on your shuffle.
This crisp moveable chair works well in an office space or bedroom, it slots under any desk making it ideal for small rooms and space saving initiatives. This Eames inspired N-DAC Arm Chair is not just an office chair; it can be incorporated for many roles. Covered with a thick throw or a scatter cousin it becomes the perfect makeup station chair. or a gaming chair for the champion. Or a feature chair in a she-shed, man-cave, or conservatory room. The possibilities are endless and with Boss living you can make it happen.
The N-DA Collection brings a modern twist to your home so check out the rest of our N-DA collection to see more ways to re-style your home.
£49.94 inc VAT
Charles and Ray Eames
Charles Eames (1907-1978) and his wife, Ray (1912-1988) designed some of the most important examples of 20th century furniture. They also applied their talents to devising ingenious children's toys, puzzles, films, exhibitions and such iconic mid-20th century Los Angeles buildings as the Eames House and Entenza House in Pacific Palisades. They have had a profound and lasting influence on furniture design and after designing iconic chairs from 1948 and throughout the early 1950s they became regarded as some of the most iconic furniture designs of the 20th century.
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