When it comes to office or home furniture, the combination of features, shapes, and styles never goes out of style. Quality and class remain desirable even in difficult times. Despite changes in budget, iconic furniture will always be in demand.
Eternal designs such as the Eames Office Lounge remain in their respective classes. To order a replica of the Eames lounge chair, visit keeksdesign.com/product-category/collection/eames-lounge-chair-replica/.
When brothers Charles and Ray Eames launched their lounge chair and footrest design in 1956, they were creating a 20th-century style story. Indeed, when he announced that his seat should "resemble the warmth, familiarity, and comfort of worn-out baseball gloves," Charles Eames's words still have the meaning that makes them as relevant today as they were fifty years ago.
The lobby was designed extensively by the Eames brothers and served at an enthusiastic reception, later developed by close collaborator Herman Miller. The combination of the seat and backrest has been a real winner and has received numerous stylish awards.
The long-term permanent exhibits at the New York Museum of Modern Art and the Art Institute of Chicago are testament to the cultural impact of iconic furniture. The Eames Lounger was also widely praised for its debut appearance on the Arlene Francis Home Show at one of their premieres in 1956.