The Ray & Charles Eames Lounge Chair and Ottoman is one of the most famous mid-century modern pieces. Its form and function make it a sought-after piece in demand since its introduction. It was released in 1956 after years of development and is now part of the permanent collection of New York's Museum of Modern Art. The chair first appeared on the Arlene Francis 'Home" show broadcast on the NBC television network in the USA in 1956. Since then it has made many appearances on television and film, more recently in the popular sitcom Frasier along with a Coco Chanel couch and his fathers La-Z-Boy.
Tabula Rasa's beautiful classic reproduction has been painstakingly manufactured with attention to the smallest detail and is exceptionally comfortable. The highest quality materials including genuine top grain leather, plywood frame and die-cast aluminium base are used. It is perfect for living rooms, lobbies, lounges, living rooms and more.
The name Charles Eames is only used to describe the characteristics of the goods made to the original design, and not as a trade mark.
This is a premium reproduction and true to the original version.
Choose from deeply upholstered cushions in full grain Italian black Aniline leather or Italian top grain leather.
Choose from 7 ply real walnut, rosewood, or oak veneer.
Die-Cast aluminium base.
Supplied fully assembled.
Chair dimensions: 85cm Height x 84cm Width x 81cm Depth
Chair Seat Height: 40cm
Ottoman dimensions: 43.5cm Height x 66.5cm Width x 54.5cm Depth
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Availability: In stock, please inquire
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