Charles Ray Eames Style DSX Side Chair – Black

The Eames DSX Chair was first designed in 1948 by husband and wife team Charles and Ray Eames, for the Museum of Modern Art’s (MOMA’s) low-cost furniture design competition.

Highly influential and endlessly imitated, Charles and Ray Eames revolutionised 20th Century furniture design. They are responsible for such iconic pieces of furniture as the DSR Side Chair, the RAR rocking Chair and the Eames Lounge Chair among many others. They combined their respective disciplines in architecture and modern art with durable materials to create perfectly balanced, functional tables and chairs that look just at home in the modern, contemporary setting as they did in the 1950’s.

Our high quality reproduction of the classic Eames DSX Chair pays homage to this iconic piece of furniture, featuring premium quality ABS and polypropylene matte-plastic available in over 30 colours with a chromed metal frame.

£55.00 inc VAT

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OPTIONAL CUSHION

  • You can purchase a cushion for your chair. Available in a range of colours.

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Colour

Black

Material

ABS and Polypropylene Plastic

Finish

Matte

Leg Style

Chromed Steel

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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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