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  • Eames® Molded Plastic Side Chair with Wire Base (DSR) in color Red
  • Eames® Molded Plastic Side Chair with Wire Base (DSR) in color Red
  • Eames® Molded Plastic Side Chair with Wire Base (DSR) in color Red
  • Eames® Molded Plastic Side Chair with Wire Base (DSR) in color Red
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Eames® Molded Plastic Side Chair with Wire Base (DSR)

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Designed in 1948 by Charles and Ray Eames, whose work is represented in the Museum's collection, and first presented at MoMA in the International Competition for Low-Cost Furniture, the molded plastic chair was the first plastic chair to be mass-produced. The current models are exact reproductions of the original designs, with clean, simple forms sculpted to fit the body. They are made with recycled and recyclable materials. Made by Herman Miller.
  • Designer
    Charles and Ray Eames
  • Size
    31h x 18.5w x 22"
    Seat 17.5"h
  • Materials
    100% recyclable polypropylene
  • Year of Design
    1948
  • Origin
    DE
Eames® Molded Plastic Side Chair with Wire Base (DSR)

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