Control Brand DC-594V-330-1 Charles Chair in Plush Fabric
It may not be the most universally recognized example of either Charles
Eames‘ nor Euro Saarinen’s canon however their 1940 “Conversation Chair”
is without doubt one of the more important examples of 20th century
furniture design. Designed for the New York Museum of Modern Art’s
“Organic Design in Home Furnishings” competition the Conversation Chair
was a concept piece and Eames’ and Saarinen’s first attempt at molding
synthetics. At that time however the technology lagged somewhat
behind the designers imagination and it was to be almost a decade before
either Charles Eames or Euro Saarinen could transform the lessons
learned into commercial products.
- Dimensions: 33.5"H x 25.5" x W x 28.75" D
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