Eames House: Design for Living exhibition in TokyoPosted March 19, 2019
March 19 – May 30, 2019: Visit Gallery A-Quad for an exhibition exploring the Eames House’s rich history and the Foundation’s robust preservation plans for the future.
Eames House: Design for Living is currently on view at the corporate gallery for Takenaka, an architecture and construction company with a 600-year family history.
The exhibition focuses on the history of the Eames House, the home and studio that 20th-century design pioneers, Charles and Ray Eames, created for themselves in 1949. The show also explores the Eames Foundation‘s ongoing plans to restore and preserve this national historic landmark through its 250-Year Project in collaboration with the Getty Research Institute. Visitors have the opportunity to experience a model of the Eames House with interior furnishings that convey a sense of the space as lived in by Charles and Ray.
Take an online tour of the exhibition here.
In conjunction with the exhibition, Eames grandchildren Lucia Dewey Atwood, director of the Eames Foundation’s 250-Year Project, and Eames Demetrios, director of the Eames Office, will speak at a symposium at A-Quad on May 10, 2019, at 6:30 PM. Free. Reservations required. Update: This event is now full.
Tokyo Office 1F, 1-1-1
Shinsuna, Koto-ku, Tokyo
Exhibition curated and designed by Michiyo Okabe of Gallery A-Quad with assistance from the Eames Office, Eames Foundation, and Library of Congress.