The Eames Lounge Chair
As seen in: Iron Man, Click, Sunday In New York, The Ghost Writer, Frasier, Gossip Girl, Hope Springs, The Housemaid, Tron – Legacy, Closer, Archer, House, Casino Royale, Malcolm & Marie
Designer: Charles and Ray Eames
Comfort and modern style, the Eames Lounge Chair is the updated version of the old English club chair.
Envisioned by Charles and Ray Eames (American designers) in 1956, the Eames lounge chair and ottoman have become one of the classic favorites. Not only visible in homes and offices, but also in countless movies.
The Eames chair with headrest and footstool (classic version) can be ordered and assembled using different options for the grade and color of the leather, wood variety for the shell, and for the material of the base. Both the chair and the ottoman will be matched on the selected finishes.
There are two more versions of the Eames chair. The white version is produced only as special editions with a lighter look that gives an airy feeling. As for the black version, it is produced with all of its materials in black, connoting a distinguished look.
Also replica of eames chair is available
The Eames chair in movies is always noticed and admired. Hollywood films like Iron Man, Tron – Legacy, Click, The Ghost Writer, Sunday in New York, Hope Springs, and The Housemaid, have the Eames chair either being used or in the background. It can also be seen in Korean movies like It’s Okay to Not Be Okay and High-End Crush. The chair suits every taste and culture, thus showing how universal the design is.