01 product description
The Wire Chair was created the same year as the Eames Plastic Chair and, like this chair, is a sign of Charles and Ray Eames’ intense study of the design of the onepiece, organically shaped seat shell. The seat shell of chrome-plated steel wire gives the amazingly comfortable chair the expression of technical lightness.
Now the Wire Chair is available with a dark powder coating. This emphasises the transparency of the seat shell and gives the chair a homely touch. DKW, another new model with a wooden base, amplifies this homely touch even further. For the maple base, various wood shades are available.
The Wire Chair is available without upholstery, with a seat cushion or with the eye catching ‘Bikini’ seat and backrest cushions. The shape of the cushions has been reworked and are now available with fabric or leather covers in a range of new colours.
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