Charles Ormond Eames, Jr (1907–1978) and Bernice Alexandra "Ray" (née Kaiser) Eames (1912–1988) were American designers, who worked in and made major contributions to modern architecture and furniture. They also worked in the fields of industrial and graphic design, fine art and film.Charles and Ray Eames adapted molding techniques developed during World War II to mass produce this classic design. Available in side and armchair versions, Today's Molded Plastic Chairs are true to the originals and are fully authentic, with updated materials to meet environmental requirements.
|Eames DAR - Molded Plastic Arm Chair with Wire Base||33.75" H x 24.5" W x 23.5" D||16 lbs|
|Back Style:||Solid Back|
|Chair Design:||Arm Chair|
|Dining Type:||Casual / Kitchen|
|Number in Set:||Single Chairs|
|Product Category:||Dining Chairs|
Questions & Answers
Herman Miller ® Eames DAR - Molded Plastic Arm Chair with Wire Base
shirts from Jersey City, NJ– Verified Buyer
practical, easy to clean, fits small spaces, adds a finished look
Jayashree from Atlanta, GA– Verified Buyer
I have been wanting these chairs for a while so I couldn't resist when I saw these open box. Very comfortable and stylish! Easy to move around the house- I suspect I will continue to find new places for them.
Versatile - more than a dining room chair
G from New York, NY– Verified Buyer
This Eames chair is a peacock blue (aqua) that was in perfect condition on arrival. Sturdy yet fine lines. Very comfortable and roomy- more than it looks.
J from CORPUS CHRISTI, TX– Verified Buyer
I like it! because it is very nice design and very comfortable !! very good
My girlfriend loved it!
brent from Long Beach, CA– Verified Buyer
Ordered as a vanity chair for my gf, she loves it. Prod arrived quickly and in perfect condition.
Fun modern classic adds pop of color
Susan from Glencoe, IL– Verified Buyer
Great desk chair. Adds a pop of color and style. Comfortable. Arm height low enough to fit under desk. Seat height a little low but still works.
Pleased with purchase
Dan Promislo from Philadelphia
Very well made and comfortable. I'm using them as kitchen chairs. Good choice of colors. Delivery was made when promised.
Another fine Eames piece!
Dewster from Danville, CA– Verified Buyer
I gave this piece 4 stars due to the fact that the plastic texture of the new chair didn't entirely match my previously purchased DAR. I expect American made products to be of superior quality, and I am proud of the facts that Americans still make some of the best products in the world.
Fun, funky and functional
Tracy from Colleyville, TX– Verified Buyer
The aqua sky color (which is paler than I was expecting) took a little getting used to but these chairs have won my family over, since we spent so much time in our kitchen. Well built and comfy—though I may add some round pads later. I ordered four and liked them so well I ordered two more! Now Im completely repainting my mid century home around this color scheme.
Molly from Miami Beach, FL– Verified Buyer
Love these chairs. They look great in my dining room and are comfortable and durable.
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George Nelson laid out five tenets of Herman Miller's design philosophy 50 years ago:
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