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ArtPrize: 10,000 Create-It-All Cards
Eames Paper Elephant
Thinking in Powers of Ten
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Beware of Imitations
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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.
The Newton Deck of Cards
Learn the story of the Newton Deck of Cards, a gift to Nobel Laureates in IBM’s physics department.
An examination of “found education” in the IBM Pavilion at the 1964-65 New York Worlds Fair.
A Sofa For Friends
For seating in the alcove, Charles and Ray designed and installed a built-in sofa.
Eames Archives: Collaging Ideas
Learn how Charles and Ray used collaging as a model for decision making.
Who We Are
About Charles and Ray Eames
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