Eames® Walnut Stools

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Designed by Charles and Ray Eames, produced by Herman Miller®

Originally designed by Charles and Ray Eames for the lobbies of the Time-Life Building in New York City, these sculptural stools are equal parts functional furniture and objet d'art. The Eameses outfitted their Pacific Palisades home with these modern walnut stools, and for a good reason. Two concave ends mean either side can serve as a stand for plants, a place to stack books, or a spot to sit. Choose from three distinctive shapes, or collect all three to use throughout your home.
  • Can serve as a seat or side table.
  • Made of solid walnut.
  • Concave top and bottom; which side is the "top" is up to you.
  • Created for the lobbies of the Time-Life Building in New York City.
  • Choice of three designs that share the same dimensions.

Designer and Original Production Date
Charles and Ray Eames, 1960

General Dimensions
- Width: 13.39"
- Depth: 13.78" 
- Height: 14.96"

Available in three profiles:

A: B: C: 

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