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Chair DSW Eiffel Fiberglass group Charles+Ray Eames 1950
DSW Chair was developed at the beginning of the 1950s for the "Low Cost Furniture Design" competition of the Museum of Modern Art in New York. The chairs are part of Charles & Ray Eames' "Fiberglass Group". The seat shell is connected to the wooden feet via so-called "shock mounts". These models were the first industrially manufactured plastic chairs in history. The organically shaped seat shells provide exceptional seating comfort, as they nestle perfectly to the body of the sitter.
The original was made of fiberglass, but today they are manufactured as an ABS shell variant. Visually, the two chairs hardly differ. However, unlike fiberglass, ABS is less sensitive to scratches, and is dull. The metal struts are in metal.
DSW Chair Eiffel made shapely wooden base the seat shell is in white ABS. Metal strut black painted steel, not stackable. It is considered one of the first industrial manufactured plastic chairs. With floor mats.
traditional Italian handicraft production
5 Years manufacturer warranty
- 0,30 m3
- Seat hight
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