Charles and Ray Eames’ work broadly defined the design of the twentieth century. Their experiments with three-dimensional molding plywood to create affordable and comfortable chairs were resumed after suffering from an interruption during the Second World War.
Creativity never stopped after that. Throughout history, the Eames surname has been associated with originality in furniture design, architecture, photography, and exhibitions. With its sophisticated lines and combination of leather and wood, the lounge chair, which dates to 1950, reminds us that furniture can serve as the pivot around which other aspects of decor revolve.