The Herman Miller Eames Molded Plastic Side Chair features a sculpted form that fits your body.
With a clean, simple form sculpted to fit the body, the Molded Plastic Chair with Eiffel Tower Base was first presented at the Museum of Modern Art in 1948. The classic Eames molded plastic side chair with wire base remains popular today for cafeterias, home offices, and dining areas. A clean, simple form sculpted to fit the body. Shells are recyclable polypropylene. The shell is dyed throughout so colors remain vibrant even after years of hard use. For extended comfort, the shell is connected to the base by rubber shock mounts. Designed by Charles and Ray Eames .
• Timeless design introduced in 1950 and still in-demand today
• Two biomorphic shell shapes provide surprising comfort
• Stylish guest seating ideal for private offices, collaborative spaces, cafés, and more
- Recyclable polypropylene shell
- For extended comfort, the shell is connected to the base by rubber shock mounts
- The shell is dyed throughout so colors remain vibrant even after years of hard use
Overall: 31.5" h x 18" w x 21.5" d
Seat height: 17.25"
Single-piece shell with waterfall edges and molded polypropylene seat and flexible back. Metal base and legs.
The current models looks exactly the same as the originals. They remain unupholstered, in keeping with the Eames requirement that materials be expressed honestly and unselfconsciously. In fact, these were the first one-piece plastic chairs to be left uncovered.
At the same time, the chairs are better than ever. For example, the shell is now manufactured using more environmentally friendly, high-impact plastic.