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  • Charles and Ray Eames: Tradesman Who Made Models

    Posted March 24, 2020

    If you think of Charles and Ray Eames as one of the most dynamic design teams of the 20th century,...

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  • Eames in the Seventies: The Eames Loose Cushion Arm Chair

    Posted March 14, 2020

    Charles and Ray Eames designed interesting new furniture models in the 1970s. One of those designs...

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  • Carrying an Idea Farther

    Posted February 7, 2020

    In the September 1946 issue of Arts & Architecture magazine, Eliot Noyes wrote about an...

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  • Eames Office 2019 Holiday Gift Guide

    Posted November 23, 2019

    Pumpkin spiced lattes, twinkling lights, a nip in the air: the holiday season has officially...

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  • Design for the Musically Inclined

    Posted October 14, 2019

    The design work created by the Eameses for furniture company Herman Miller rarely spanned...

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  • The Eames Dash Ninety-Nine Collaboration with Alexander Girard

    Posted August 22, 2019

    By 1966, two million Eames Fiberglass Shell Chairs had been produced. Herman Miller marked...

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  • What was so special about Charles and Ray’s clothing?

    Posted July 29, 2019

    In this video, Eames Office education director, Carla Hartman, is at the Denver Art Museum’s...

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  • The Dresses of Ray Eames

    Posted June 12, 2019

    Ray Eames often wore bows in her hair or at the nape of her neck along with jumpers that had...

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  • Creating Sustainable Strategies for Managing Collection Environments

    Posted March 24, 2017

    A multi-year initiative from the Getty Conservation Institute addresses questions about safe...

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  • 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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