Herman Miller Eames® Aluminum Group Side Chair - No Arms
It’s a trick only Charles and Ray Eames could pull off: Chairs designed in 1958 as outdoor seating still look classic and contemporary in 21st century interiors.
The chair's clean, curvilinear lines enhance any décor and work well in your home office, dining area, and living room. Available in fabric, vinyl, or leather, these Eames chairs are equipped with an innovative suspension that creates a firm, flexible “sitting pocket.” It conforms subtly to your body’s shape and maintains your comfort.
With an aluminum frame and base, the chair is strong, yet lightweight and easy to move. Earth-friendly, too: made of 61 percent recycled materials and 88 percent recyclable at the end of its useful life.
Aluminum Group chairs began as a challenge among legendary designers. Eero Saarinen and Alexander Girard were designing the Columbus, Indiana, home of industrialist J. Irwin Miller. They wanted a high-quality seating product for outdoor use and asked Charles and Ray Eames to develop one.
With one-piece, curved aluminum side ribs and a die-cast aluminum four-star swivel base, the chair is strong yet lightweight and easy to move (thanks to the upper cross member that doubles as a handle).
Length: 18 "