Eames Molded Fiberglass Side Chair, 4-Leg Base
Open Box. Like new condition.
When Charles and Ray Eames set out to design the Eames Molded Fiberglass Side Chair, they made sure to consider the needs of the consumer. The result? A chair that's simple, conforms to every body type and can squeeze into tight spaces. With that, the Molded Fiberglass Side Chair was born. The chair is available in eight bold colors, giving you the option to choose a shade that complements the aesthetic of any environment. The Molded Fiberglass Side Chair was designed on the principle of adaptability and can be configured with a choice of wire, dowel leg, stacking, rocker, and 4-leg bases. Other features and characteristics include:
Single-piece shell with waterfall edges and molded fiberglass seat and back. Metal base and legs.
Overall: 31.125" h x 18.5" w x 21.75" d
Seat height: 17.25"
Organic shapes. A clean, simple form sculpted to fit the body; first presented at the Museum of Modern Art in 1948.
Popular today. The chairs have achieved a pervasive presence that proves the staying power of good design.
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