Eames LAR Chair
Forming part of the Plastic Armchair family, the Eames LAR is one of the most important designs in furniture history. Featuring a refreshed colour palette for 2019, Its dyed-through polypropylene shell sits on a powder-coated cat's cradle base, and its lightweight, organic shape is optimised for maximum stability and comfort.
The original 1950 design by Charles and Ray Eames.
Iconic mid-century style available in multiple combinations.
Modern construction made from environmentally friendly materials.
The organic seat, or “shell” as it’s often referred to, has a curvaceous, organic form that allows for a comfortable sit while still providing firm posture support.
Materials & Information
Seat shell: dyed-through polypropylene
Base finish: Dark maple, ash honey, black maple, golden maple.
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Designed By Charles & Ray Eames
In a career that spanned over forty years, husband and wife duo Charles and Ray Eames developed countless ground-breaking pieces of furniture. Cementing their names as figureheads of America’s Mid-century Modern movement, the couple produced a prolific range of designs including the Eames Lounge Chair (1956), DSW Chair (1950) and Eames House (1949) all of which are still to this day heralded for their innovative use of new materials.