Charles and Ray Eames were exploring ways to use aluminum, which had been strengthened, refined and made more affordable since WWII. So, they constructed a lightweight, die-cast aluminum frame and set a sling in it – a “sitting pocket,” as they called it, which subtly conformed to the body’s shape. This completely new type of seat marked a departure from the idea of a chair as solid shell.
LOCAL DELIVERY / FREE IN-STORE PICK UP ONLY, THESE DO NOT SHIP AT THIS TIME
Please add the 'In-home' or 'Curbside' delivery option to your shopping cart if you need a hand.