EA DESIGN OFFICE CHAIR NO. 7
ALUMINIUM BASE WITH 5 ROLLS
CHROME PLATED ALUMINIUM
SOFT LEATHER WITH “HIGH-FREQUENCY WELDED TREATMENT”
360 DEGREES TURNABLE, FIXED HEIGHT
PRODUCT BOX SIZE
Aniline leather is a type of leather in which high quality hides have been treated with aniline as a dye. This produces a delicate, soft, supple leather. Typically, leather is colored both for aesthetic reasons and to conceal blemishes. However, aniline leather is not colored. It is a transparent chemical. This allows the leather to breathe better, making the leather more comfortable in both hot and cold weather.
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THE DESIGNER OF THE ORIGINAL
Eames, Charles (1907-1978)
Eames, Charles (1907-1978) was an American architect and designer, best known for his seminal formfitting designs for chairs. He studied architecture under Eliel Saarinen and in 1940 collaborated with Eero Saarinen in designing a chair that won first prize in the organic furniture competition sponsored by the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. Eames Lounge chair, with a molded plywood shell, foam-rubber padding, and innovative rubber-weld joints, unfortunately proved too expensive for mass manufacture, but Eames continued to pursue his goal of creating an artistically valid design that could also be produced by modern mass-production techniques.