Eames® Molded Wood Side Chair

Design Within Reach

It's been more than 70 years since the Eameses began experimenting with molded wood, using their "Kazam! Machine" to press thin sheets of wood veneer against a heated membrane that was inflated by a bicycle pump. As the designers pushed the material as far as it could go, they continued to explore and discover, surrendering to the design process that ultimately led to their Molded Plastic Chair. In its longstanding commitment to the Eameses' vision of continued exploration, discovery and > MORE refinement, Herman Miller introduces the Molded Wood Side Chair (1950). Creating the classic shell chair out of wood was made possible by today's revolutionary 3-D veneer technology, whereby the wood is sliced into spaghetti-thin strips and then glued back together. The composite's flexibility allows it to bend, curve and mold into shape, and because the technique reduces the thickness needed for the veneer, the result is an elegant yet strong and durable shell. This is an authentic Eames product by Herman Miller. Shell made in Germany; chair assembled in U.S.A.^ LESS

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General Style: Contemporary

Material: Wood, Steel

Color / Finish: Metallic, Black

Dimensions: 19" D x 21" W x 32" H

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