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Vitra
Eames Plastic Armchair DAW

Design: Charles Eames, Ray Eames

1950

Article no: 440 112 00
stylepark-id: 05.2051.00252

Eames Plastic Armchair DAW

01 product description

Product description

Plastic Armchairs were first presented as part of a New York Museum of Modern Art competition, "Low Cost Furniture Design". Their organically shaped plastic seat shells were later combined with various different bases and manufactured in their millions. In their latest version made of polypropylene, the armchairs now offer even greater sitting comfort.

02 dimensions/weight


overall dimension  
width
625 mm
height
805 mm
Depth
600 mm
Height of armrests
250 mm
Seat dimensions  
Width of seat
410 mm
Height of seat
415 mm
Depth of seat
520 mm

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04 Tags

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06 Glossary

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