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Eames® Molded Plastic Armchair with Dowel Base (DAW)

Eames® Molded Plastic Armchair with Dowel Base (DAW)

The DAW s armchairs come with multiple options for legs and bases. The official website displays and prices the version with walnut or black metal legs and a black base. For other specifications, please contact us for detailed ordering information!

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Herman Miller USA | Eames® DAW Armchair 

In 2013, Herman Miller reintroduced the original 1950 Eames molded fiberglass side chair using a new, patented production process. This innovative method is safe for both humans and the environment, allowing the chairs to be made in various vintage colors. Thanks to this process, Herman Miller has recreated the Eames design with a low-emission, monomer-free dry bind technique. The chairs maintain the original's charming surface variations and iconic fiberglass texture, which have captivated vintage collectors for decades.

About Herman Miller

Founded in 1923, Herman Miller is an American furniture manufacturer headquartered in Zeeland, Michigan. The company is renowned for its innovative designs, high-quality products, and commitment to sustainability, making it a leading figure in modern furniture design. Initially, Herman Miller produced traditional office furniture and interior decor. In 1940, the company began exploring new design concepts, inviting renowned designer George Nelson to join. His simple, beautiful, and practical designs brought revolutionary changes. Later, famous designers such as Charles & Ray Eames and Isamu Noguchi also joined the company, enriching its design offerings.

Designers Charles & Ray Eames

Charles & Ray Eames were a famous 20th-century husband-and-wife design team known for their work in furniture, architecture, and film. Charles Eames (born 1907) was an architect who studied at Cornell University. Ray Eames (born 1912) was a painter and designer. They met in 1941 and began their collaboration, creating numerous iconic works throughout the 1950s.

The Eameses were known for their enthusiasm for industrial production and innovation, often using new materials and technologies such as synthetic materials and plastics, which they uniquely integrated into their designs. Their works combined aesthetic simplicity and functionality, embodying a modernist style. Their most famous products include the DCW (Dining Chair Wood) and LCW (Lounge Chair Wood). They were also notable architects, designing many residential and commercial buildings, including their own home, the Eames House. The couple is considered pioneers of modern design, and their style and innovative spirit have profoundly influenced contemporary designers and architects.

"The most of the best to the greatest number of people for the least." by Charles Eames

This motto clearly depicts Charles Eames' lifelong design mission. Charles & Ray Eames won numerous awards for their simple and friendly furniture designs, including multiple MoMA awards. Their avant-garde innovations did not sacrifice functionality but rather shaped lifestyles while considering technology, production, and practical needs. In 1985, the International Council of Societies of Industrial Design (ICSID) named them the most influential designers of the 20th century. The Eames' contributions to design spanned various fields, creating many classic legends. Their greatest contribution to the design world was not just an outstanding chair but an attitude toward life: to create boldly, think deeply, and live each moment seriously!

The official website price is for the model with black wooden legs and a yellow seat. For other specifications, please contact us to discuss order details!

Plastic colors: 12 available colors (please refer to the illustration below)

Wooden legs: Maple, Walnut, White Oak, White Ash, Ebony

Metal colors: Black, White, Trivalent Chrome

  • Name: Eames® molded plastic armchair with dowel base (DAW)
  • Dimensions: W 63.5 x D 59.6 x H 80.6 cm / SH 44.7 cm
  • Materials: Recyclable molded plastic, wooden legs, metal
  • Design Year: 1948
  • Designers: Charles & Ray Eames
  • Origin: USA
  • For inquiries about stock or order details, please contact us (04) 237-20502. 
  • If the product is not in stock, the waiting period for pre-orders is approximately six months.

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