Eames Walnut Stool by Herman Miller.
Back in 1959, the Time-Life Building was the tallest slab-formed skyscraper in New York. It was luxurious, fully equipped with a ultra-modern lobby with murals by Joseph Albers and Fritz Glarner. Then, in 1960, designer Ray Eames was asked to make pieces to accompany chairs designed by her husband, Charles. The result? The Eames Walnut Stool. Solid lathe-turned walnut Available in 3 distinct sculpted profiles Concave top and bottom surfaces.
The Eames Walnut Stool is just one of the many products that come directly form the Herman Miller factory, which means it’s been made to reflect the brand’s high standards.
Here are some of the stool’s features: Distinct Styles Available in 3 distinctively sculpted profiles. Solid Walnut Wood This stool is made up of some of the most durable and elegant wood on the market. Versatility The Eames Walnut Stool is incredibly versatile
The brand was founded in 1923, and since its inception, it has partnered with some of the most renowned designers the world has seen, including Charles and Ray Eames, Jerome Caruso and Isamu Noguchi. Herman Miller’s partnership with Charles and Ray Eames introduced the world to iconic and popular products of all different purposes, such as the Eames Soft Pad Management Chair and the Aluminum Group Executive Chair and Ottoman.
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