Vitra – Classic Eames Lounge Chair & Ottoman
Designer: Charles and Ray Eames
Price: from £5,230.00
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The Eames Lounge Chair is perhaps one of the most iconic designs by the famous design duo Charles and Ray Eames.
The Eames Lounge Chair was originally inspired by the traditional English club chair, Charles Eames started the design process with the aim to satisfy the desire for an well proportioned chair that combined ultimate comfort with the finest quality materials and craftsmanship. With the final design of this armchair in 1956, Charles and Ray Eames had created what is now one of the most famous designs and true classic in the history of modern furniture. The lounge chair has a swivel base and the ottoman has a fixed base.
Produced by Vitra under licence from the Eames Office, this classic has been manufactured to the same exacting standards since the 1950s.
The Lounge Chair is now available from Vitra in two sizes: with classic dimensions and with new, larger dimensions. Furthermore, the various combinations of leather upholstery covers, wooden shells and bases are now joined by a white edition and a black edition of the Lounge Chair with corresponding details.
Since the Lounge Chair first went into production, average human height has increased worldwide by nearly 10 cm. In close coordination with the Eames Office, Vitra developed the new larger version so that taller people, too, can enjoy the same exceptional comfort that Charles and Ray Eames intended with their original 1956 design.
Seat and back: moulded plywood, different face veneers. Standard version in cherry, santos palisander (certified sustainability) or walnut with a black pigmented finish.
Upholstery/cover: removable cushions, covers in Premium or Grand leather.
Classic Dimensions - W840 x D850-910 x H840mm Seat H385mm
New Dimensions - W840 x D850-920 x H890mm Seat H380mm
Ottoman - W630 x D560 x H420mm
Please See Images for full dimensions.