The Eames Chairs- Considered the Ferrari of Furniture

The Eames chair, recognized as the finest design of the 20th century, has been the gold standard in chair design since its introduction in 1946. The molded plywood chair designed by Ray and Charles Eames for Herman Miller is extremely comfortable and lightweight. It has become the standard by which other chair designs are measured.

Made from a hard surface, not a coating, this is a huge change in today's standards. After much trial and error, they finally found that their design was more suited to a separate seat and back than the sole mold that started the design. Today many companies offer reproductions of Eames office chairs.

Through this new design, they discovered that this chair is even more comfortable than its previous incarnation. Their new style takes into account the shape of the human body, which makes for a very comfortable seat. The Eames office chair is one of the most imitated styles in the entire collection. 

With a high back and molded side panels, this comfortable chair is classic in its contemporary design. Although it has been around since the 1940s, this chair is still one of the most imitated ones today. The designs are known internationally. The workmanship of this chair is unmatched in design and comfort.