Eames® Molded Plywood Lounge Chair, Wood Base

Charles and Ray Eames for Herman Miller® - 1946

Declared the “Best Design of the 20th Century” by Time magazine, this lounge chair (nickname LCW) by Charles and Ray Eames is still crafted using the groundbreaking plywood molding techniques the duo invented in the early 1940s. The aesthetic integrity, enduring charm and comfort of the chairs have made them a design classic. It is a timeless choice for casual and formal lounge settings alike.

From $1697


Chair is available with an upholstered or nonupholstered shell, both with natural face veneers, hardwood inner plies, and a 5-ply seat and back. Upholstered shells have exposed veneer on back sides of seat and back. Molded plywood seat and back available in walnut, red stained birch, white ash, ebony on ash, deep yellow and santos palisander wood veneer. Red and Deep Yellow is stain on birch veneer, allowing the wood grain to show through; inner plies are visible. Ebony finish is stain on ash veneer; inner plies are not as visible. Wood base has 8-ply legs. Wide variety of upholstery options to choose from. No two products made of natural materials look exactly alike and they will change colour with age. Veneer: The lighter the stain, the more you'll see of the grain. Santos Palisander has an exuberant grain pattern; this can become a significant design element.


22" W x 24.25"-25.25 D x 26.25-26.5" H, 15.5" Seat H; Upholstered: 22.25" W x 24.25"-25" D x 26.5" H, 15.5"-16.5" Seat H