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Eames Archives: Thinking of Bucky & The Toy
Where did the inspiration for the structure of “The Toy” originate? Charles Eames once said, “I supposed we were thinking of Bucky Fuller.”
Eames Archives: Interwoven Lives
Learn about the "Interwoven lives" of the Eameses, the Saarinens, and the Girards.
Watch the film by Charles and Ray with insight from granddaughter, Carla Hartman
Eames Archives: An Image as an Idea
The Solar Toy and a Visual Language of Sorts
The Solar Do-Nothing Machine
In 1957, Charles and Ray created one of the first usages of solar electricity.
Eames Archives: The House of Science
Sponsored by IBM, "The House of Science" was looped for 9.6 million attendees at the 1964 World's Fair in Seattle.
What’s Your Eames Story?
For Erin Chan, the Eameses "were the creators of things that I loved for their simplicity in appearance and their ease of use."
The Eames Eucalyptus LTR
This limited-run table is made of felled eucalyptus trees from the Eames House meadow as part of ongoing conservation efforts.
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About Charles and Ray Eames
January 14, 2021
Eames Archives: The LCW – A New Furniture Design
Eames Archives: An Image as an Idea is a blog series written with the intention of sharing...
December 15, 2020
Eames ETR–a coffee table you can transport in your convertible
Charles and Ray Eames considered many factors when they designed products. One of the most...
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