Charles and Ray Eames designed the La Chaise lounge chair in 1948 for a competition at the MOMA in New York. The chair received it’s name from the sculptor who inspired it — Gaston Lachaise. In 1935, Lachaise cast the sculpture “Floating Figure”, which shares an airy relaxed quality with the chair.
This long established icon of organic design allows for a wide range of sitting and reclining positions. With a smooth polyurethane shell and a bright white lacquer, unobtrusive steel supports, and beautiful oak base, this functional piece of art would brighten any space.