The Eames La Chaise is a lounge chair designed by Charles and Ray Eames for the for The Museum of Modern Art’s 1948 “International Competition for Low-Cost Furniture Design.” Don’t let this endeavor fool you; the actual production of the Eames LA Chaise was held off until as late as 1996, because it was too expensive. Eccentric and otherworldly, the Eames LA Chaise defies conventions, with its incomparable shape, concave turns and edges with a hole lodged on the lower back. With its two sides peeking out at different elevations, the Eames LA Chaise makes extending your feet and arms an easy process. The unusual shape of the chair makes it uniquely beautiful though unrecognizable as a lounge chair. The uncanny composition of this chair may make your head spin in regards to finding an appropriate space to put them... Read More
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