The Secret of the Eames Segmented BasePosted August 16, 2016Continue reading
Charles and Ray Eames introduced the Segmented Base Table design in 1964.
Why Eames Designs are Laboratory TestedPosted June 29, 2016Continue reading
Charles and Ray were so dedicated to service and performance that they encouraged their first...
Eames Tables and Airplanes: High strength, Low weightPosted June 12, 2016Continue reading
Charles and Ray Eames realized consumer goods could offer better service if they were...
Eames Fiberglass ColorsPosted May 23, 2016Continue reading
Charles and Ray initially offered the Eames Fiberglass Chair in just three colors. Learn how they...
Why did Charles and Ray Eames design a “bikini pad” for their wire chair?Posted April 25, 2016Continue reading
The concept of “Getting the best to the most for the least amount of money”...
War-Plane Materials Applied to Post-War HousingPosted April 13, 2016Continue reading
The goal of the Case Study House program was to provide low-cost housing for the...
Ray and the Color PurplePosted March 29, 2016Continue reading
In 1949, Charles Eames told the Christian Science Monitor: “She [Ray Eames] is equally...
Eames + Ice Cube: the DetailsPosted March 1, 2016Continue reading
As part of its Pacific Standard Time exhibition initiative, the Getty Museum enlisted renowned...
Eames Chair GlidesPosted February 8, 2016Continue reading
“The details are not the details; they make the product.” – Charles Eames
Five things Charles & Ray Eames teach us about playPosted December 1, 2015Continue reading
With the launch of Herman Miller’s Serious Fun article, we reflect on five things that Charles...