Matching ottoman here.
Inspired by Charles and Ray Eames, "Eames Lounge Chair & Ottoman"
- Designed in 1956, the Eames Lounge Chair and Ottoman was the first chair the Eameses designed for the high-end market. The idea behind this chair was came into being on the set of one of Wilder's films. During the exhausting work as a director, which often involved long hours, Wilder would put together a makeshift lounge chair for a rest. This sparked the Eameses interest to create a lounge chair that was both simple yet extremely comfortable.
- The chair first appeared on the Arlene Francis Home show on NBC and had since appeared in may more recent movies, and TV dramas like Men In Black, CSI and House.
- This Vitra version has a bigger end round caps at the bottom of the legs as compared to the Herman Miller version.
Dimensions: 84w x 81d x 85h cm