Eames

Eames

The union of Ray and Charles Eames in 1941 kick-started more than just wedding bells. Indeed, their match-up led to the creation of some of American Modernism’s most prominent furniture designs. With the majority of Ray and Charles Eames pieces still in production today, courtesy of Herman Miller, many—like that molded fiberglass chair— have become part of the American iconoclast. They’re designs that stamp our subconscious and serve as splendid reminders that modern day legends do exist.

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