Among the prize winner of MoMA's 1948 International Competition for Low-Cost Furniture Design was the prototype of a one-piece shell chair designed by Charles and Ray Eames. Two years later, Herman Miller introduced Eames® Molded Fiberglass Chairs to the world with a choice of five unique bases. Among them, but since lost to history, was the LAR-Low Armchair Rod Base- which converted the versatile single-shell armchair design into a low-set lounge chair. Coveted by collectors for decades, this beloved option is once again available. The Eames® Shell Chair with Low Wire Base supports all armchair shells, and is available upholstered, non-upholstered, or with a seat pad.
*Many more colors & fabrics available. Please contact us*
Made In: USA
Recyclable Polypropylene Shell
Chrome or Powder-Coated Steel Base
Dimensions: 24.75"H x 25"W x 24.25" Depth
Shell is dyed throughout so colors remain vibrant after years of use
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