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Eames Lounge Chair and Ottoman
Designed by Charles and Ray Eames
There is not one I sat on that I have not been blown away at how comfortable it is. XTRA had a few limited edition all black pieces, and I have seen some messed with in plaid or even refurbished in green floral that actually looked quite nice. You can not go wrong with this one regardless of taste.
Literally designed for kings, this chair was designed in 1929 for the King and Queen of Spain at Barcelona s World s fair. I love it in black but the rusty brown is fabulous too. Now I wish I had bought the used pieces from Massimo Dutti where they were renovating their Liat Towers store.
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I love the combination of the different tints of wood in this home. The floor is of a really light wood, the bench is of an olive wood and the pretty Eames Lounge chair has a walnut back. I think these tints give a lot of character to the interior.
Ik vind de combinatie van verschillende houttinten in deze woning heel interessant. Er is voor een vrij lichte houten vloer gekozen, in combinatie met verschillende meubelen in andere houttinten zoals de Eames lounge chair uit walnoothout en het zitbankje uit olijfhout. Deze verschillende houtsoorten maken dit interieur echt karakteristiek.
The Eames Lounger
The Eames Lounge Chair and ottoman, correctly titled Eames Lounge (670) and Ottoman (671), were released in 1956 after years of development by designers Charles and Ray Eames for the Herman Miller furniture company. It was the first chair the Eames designed for a high-end market. These furnishings are made of molded plywood and leather. Examples of these furnishings are part of the permanent collection of New York s Museum of Modern Art.
The chair is composed of three curved plywood shells. In modern production the shells are made up of seven thin layers of wood veneer glued together and shaped under heat and pressure. This differentiates the newer chairs from the “original” (vintage) chairs which used Brazilian rosewood veneers and were constructed of five layers of plywood.
Also differentiating the very earliest sets from newer sets were rubber spacers between the aluminum spines and the wood panels first used in the earliest production models and then hard plastic washers used in later versions. In the earlier sets, the zipper around the cushions may have been brown or black as well, and in newer sets the zippers are black. The shells and the seat cushions are essentially the same shape: composed of two curved forms interlocking to form a solid mass. The chair back and headrest are identical in proportion, as are the seat and the Ottoman.
Herman Miller Eames Storage Unit 4×2 – $2100
Herman Miller Eames Storage Unit (with documentation)
Designers: Charles and Ray Eames
“It is been called “working art” since first exhibited by Charles and Ray Eames in 1949 at the Detroit Institute of Arts. The Eames storage unit is available in three sizes and several configurations to provide the right level of storage and display for you.”
GLOSTRUP MOEBELFABRIK LOUNGE ARMCHAIR
Below are images of Grete Jalk s Classic lounge armchair by Grete Jalk for Glostrup Moebelfabrik from the 1960s; a delicate teakwood frame with beautiful curved armrests.
One notable aspect of the classic lounge armchair and quality chairs of the time is that it has The Danish Furnituremakers Quality Control stamp, a A guarantee of high quality. The Danish Furnituremakers Quality Control is an association of leading Danish furniture manufacturers. Its objective is to guarantee consumers and retailers a perfect product and a level of quality, which fulfils the strict requirements for material and workmanship, laid down in the articles of the association.
The Department of Wood Technology at the Technological Institute ensures that the requirements for materials and workmanship are observed – partly by unannounced visits to member factories and partly by testing of randomly chosen furniture. Because of this, the Danish Furnituremakers Quality Control label has become a guarantee, both for the consumer and for the retailer, and an assurance that the furniture will be able to live up to all reasonable expectations.