• The Chair in Charles Eames’s Office

    Posted September 9, 2016

    Visitors to Schaudepot, the newest building at the Vitra Design Museum (VDM), can now see Charles...

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  • What Chairs Will Be Used in This Year’s Presidential Debates?

    Posted August 30, 2016

    We’re hoping this year’s Presidential Debate stages will be as well-furnished as the...

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  • The Secret of the Eames Segmented Base

    Posted August 16, 2016

    Charles and Ray Eames introduced the Segmented Base Table design in 1964.

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  • Franklin & Jefferson and Charles & Ray

    Posted August 2, 2016

    Forty years ago this year, the Eames exhibition The World of Franklin and Jefferson began its...

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  • What an eggbeater and an Eames Table have in common

    Posted July 20, 2016

    In a 1949 issue of Consumer Reports, curator and designer Eliot Noyes highlighted the Eames...

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  • Ray Eames: A glimpse into her views on art

    Posted July 12, 2016

    In the September 1943 issue of Arts & Architecture, Ray Eames shared her ideas about art...

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  • Why Eames Designs are Laboratory Tested

    Posted June 29, 2016

    Charles and Ray were so dedicated to service and performance that they encouraged their first...

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  • Five things about Charles and Ray Eames that inspire us today

    Posted June 20, 2016

    On their 75th wedding anniversary, we reflect on five things about Charles and Ray Eames that...

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  • Celebrating the birthday of Charles Eames and his colorful trip to Mexico

    Posted June 16, 2016

    On the birthday of Charles Eames, we reflect on his nearly year-long trip to Mexico, where he...

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  • Eames Tables and Airplanes: High strength, Low weight

    Posted June 12, 2016

    Charles and Ray Eames realized consumer goods could offer better service if they were...

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