Eames® Lounge Chair and Ottoman

$5,995$8,995

SKU: ES670 Made To Order
10-14 Weeks

The epitome of mid-century modern design, the Eames® Lounge Chair and Ottoman is at home both in great museums and wherever you live. Its sophisticated style and luxurious comfort only get better with age.

The Iconic Chair…

When the Eames Lounge Chair and Ottoman was introduced in 1956, there was nothing like it, and there is still nothing to equal it. Charles and Ray’s modern take on a 19th century club chair has not only endured for decades, it has become one of the most significant furniture designs of the 20th century — instantly recognizable and enduringly fresh. As comfortable as it is beautiful, this timeless design will be loved for generations. The Lounge Chair, also known as the 670, provides luxurious, long lasting comfort via its signature reclined positioning, superior pivoting, ample padding and contouring, and a shape that flexes to fit each user. As Charles Eames himself once put it, this chair has, “the warm, receptive look of a well-used first baseman’s mitt.”

All chairs are supported by a five-pointed die-cast aluminum base with a built-in swivel mechanism. The matching ottomans have an identical but four-pointed base. The shock mounts are made from a resilient natural rubber and the stainless steel glides are fully adjustable.

…With a Bright Future

Newly revamped with Maharam’s Prone Leather line in a stunning array of new colors the lounge chair and ottoman can now be fully customized to meet a variety of color schemes. Sourced in Italy, Maharam’s collection forgoes the excessive finishing that characterizes much of the leather available today and instead centers on superior raw materials and the unique surfaces brought forth as a result of minimal processing. This lightweight and durable material is comprised of 100% natural leather with a protective silicone topcoat making it as luxurious as it is practical. If you’re not impressed by the leather, try the Mohair Supreme lining also crafted by Maharam. This velvety fabric is available in five colors and provides a soft, cozy feel that hugs the creases and folds of the chair’s padding just as Charles & Ray intended.

In addition to new colors, we have expanded our collection with a new White Oak plywood shell. Starting at $5,995, this shell is a more sustainable alternative to the White Ash shell. Native to North America these beautiful hardwood trees are beloved for their durability and unique ray-and-fleck patterning. From the White Oak to the Oiled Palisander finish, we’ve designed our chair to fit any budget — without forsaking the quality we aspire to.

Classic size is 32.75″ x 32.75″ x 31.5″, Tall size is 34.5″ x 32.75″ x 33.5″, Ottoman is 21.5″ x 26″ x 17.25″. Each Eames® Lounge Chair and Ottoman is custom made and therefore considered non-returnable.

Weight 94 lbs
Material

100% Leather Upholstery, Die-Cast Aluminum Back Brace and Swivel Base on the Chair, Polyurethane foam cushions, Seven-Ply Molded Hardwood Shell, Stainless-Steel Leveling Floor Glides, Stationary Base On the Ottoman

Year Designed

1956

Warranty

5 Years

Manufactured In/By

Made to order in the USA by Herman Miller

Upholstery Type

Leather, Mohair

Charles & Ray Eames

Furniture

A handful of Eames furniture designs, such as the Lounge Chair and Ottoman or the Molded Fiberglass Shell Side Chair, have become ubiquitous. Some are a staple in the interior design of airports around the world. Charles and Ray Eames spent forty years creating furniture in the realm of tables, lounges, chairs, room dividers, stools, and more for public and residential spaces.

Furniture Is Made To Order And Will Ship In 10-14 Weeks. Shipping Is Through A Freight Forwarder And Planned Delivery Date Will Be Emailed To You 2-5 Days After Your Order Is Placed.

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