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Eames® Molded Recycled Plastic Armchair from Herman Miller

FG 7,846,796 Non-Member
FG 7,062,116 Member
Members save up to 20% & free shipping $35+
Member discount applies, but other discounts do not apply.
Online Only

Eames® Molded Recycled Plastic Armchair from Herman Miller

FG 7,846,796 Non-Member
FG 7,062,116 Member
Members save up to 20% & free shipping $35+
Member discount applies, but other discounts do not apply.

Color:  Medium Gray

Size:  Wood

Item# 22143-167612
Member discount applies, but other discounts do not apply.
Special Order: Please allow 8 - 10 weeks for shipping per item.
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The evolution of an icon: The Eames® Molded Armchair is now made from eco-friendly recycled plastic. Designed in 1948 by Charles and Ray Eames, and first presented at MoMA in the International Competition for Low-Cost Furniture, the Molded Plastic Armchair was the first plastic chair to be mass-produced. The current models are an exact reproduction of the originals, with a clean, simple form that is sculpted to fit any body. The Eames Molded Recycled Plastic Armchair’s shell sits atop a base of either wire or wooden-dowel legs. This simple, gracious design makes a stylish statement anywhere in your home. The Eameses and the manufacturer Herman Miller® are represented in MoMA’s collection.

  • Designer
    Charles and Ray Eames
  • Size
    Wire:31.6h x 25w x 24"d
    Wood:31.75h x 25w x 23.5"d
  • Material
    Recycled Plastic, Steel, Walnut
  • Year of Design
    1950
  • Origin
    US
  • Special shipping charge of FG 75
  • Shipping Method: Front Door Delivery
  • This item cannot be shipped outside of the contiguous U.S.
  • This item is final sale and non-returnable.

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