Charles and Ray Eames are recognized as two of the most influential industrial designers of the mid-century, known for their groundbreaking furniture and innovative designs. Like many Eames pieces, the Eames House of Cards, Collector’s Edition is a sought after collectors item admired by design enthusiasts. This Eames House of Cards, Collector's Edition pays homage to the first Eames House of Cards produced in 1952. Each deck includes 32 cards containing a myriad of fun designs and images. For the first time, patterns and pictures from the original Small House of Cards, bold graphics from the Giant House of Cards, and rare images from the 1970s Computer House of Cards are together to form one robust deck. Each card comes with six notches to allow for creative building and rearranging. To clean, gently dust off the cards with a dry cloth. Each card in the Eames House of Cards, Collector's Edition measures 6.87l x 4.87”w. Recommended for ages 4+.
DesignerCharles and Ray Eames
SizeBox: 9h x 13.25w x 2"d
MaterialCardboard, Linen Paper
Year of Design1952
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Charles (1907–1978) and Ray (1912–1988) Eames were two of the most influential designers of the 20th century. In 1941, this husband-and-wife team founded their Los Angeles-based design practice, the Eames Office, and in the same year an important design by Charles Eames and Eero Saarinen, the Organic Chair, was exhibited at a MoMA exhibition celebrating the winning entries of its Organic Design in Home Furnishings competition. Eames designs have been featured in dozens of MoMA exhibitions, including New Furniture Designs by Charles Eames (1946), Prize Designs for Modern Furniture (1950), Plywood: Material, Process, Form (2011–2013) and The Value of Good Design (2019). Photography ©2023 Eames Office. LLC. All rights reserved.Discover the Eames Story
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