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  • Vitra Eames Bird in color
  • Vitra Eames Bird in color
  • Vitra Eames Bird in color
  • Vitra Eames Bird in color
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Vitra Eames Bird

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As lifetime travelers, Charles and Ray Eames delighted in returning home laden with various accessories and objets d’art, using them to furnish and decorate The Eames House, their private home. The Eames Bird is based on the black bird figure that stood in their living room for over 50 years. Originally procured as an exemplar of Appalachian folk art from the mountains in the eastern US, the Eames Bird made cameo appearances in many of the Eames’ photographs and was highly prized by the couple.

In collaboration with the Eames Office, Vitra has issued this Eames Bird in dark walnut with a clear lacquer finish. Perched halfway between the ideals of rustic charm and sleek modernism, it perfectly embodies the Eameses' influential design aesthetic. Charles and Ray Eames have work in MoMA’s collection.

Made in Germany of solid alder wood with steel legs. To clean the Eames Bird, wipe it gently with a soft cloth.

  • Designer
    Charles and Ray Eames
  • Size
    11h x 11w x 3.25"d
  • Materials
    Walnut Wood
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