Eames Design Diagram – Customizable Print


SKU: CUS_EDD Made To Order
5-7 Days

Enter the mind of Charles Eames through one of his core design principles.

Charles Eames drew this diagram to explain the process wherein the needs and interests of the client, the design office, and society as a whole overlap to ensure the best design. The diagram was made for the 1969 exhibition: What is Design? at the Musee des Arts Decoratifs in Paris, France.

Each Eames Design Diagram Print is custom-made to your specifications. Please allow 5-7 business days post-purchase for the printing and framing of the print.


Please note for frameless prints: some print varieties may be slightly smaller than the listed dimension size, this may require you to mat the image yourself to fit it into your frame or it may require you to buy a custom-size frame.

Weight 0.2 lbs
Dimensions 14 × 11 × 1 in

Archival quality photo paper in satin or rag velvet

Manufactured In/By

Custom Print made in the USA

Charles & Ray Eames


Charles Ormand Eames Jr., a nearly-licensed architect born in St. Louis in 1907, and Bearnice Alexandra “Ray” Kaiser, an abstract painter born in Sacramento in 1912, are cemented into the canon of 20th-century design. Since uniting in 1940, these partners in life and work have been internationally recognized at the forefront of the design, architecture, filmmaking, and furniture communities.

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