Eames Design Diagram Print


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

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

The Details
Print has a 1-2″ border which also contains a caption, unframed

Weight 0.2 lbs
Dimensions 14 × 11 × .125 in

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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