Eames Lounge & Ottoman
Who doesn't recognize the Eames lounge chair and ottoman? It lives in museums like MoMA in New York and the Art Institute of Chicago, in stylish interiors everywhere, and as a tattoo on a devotee's arm. It has been the subject of documentary films and books. It even has its own fan website. Calling it a classic is an understatement. It's the quintessential example of mid-century design—elegant and profoundly comfortable too.
Like all classics, the chair and ottoman just get better with age. Both are hand-assembled with great attention paid to the details. Shells are 7-ply cherry, natural cherry, walnut, or santos palisander, a richly grained veneer that looks like the Brazilian rosewood used on the original chair but is a sustainable tropical wood.
Herman Miller changed one aspect of the original chair—the original Brazilian rosewood is an endangered, nonsustainable wood, which they stopped using two decades ago. All veneers used now on the chair and ottoman are from sustainably managed forests. They use 24% recycled materials in their chair and ottoman, which are 29% recyclable. It's much more likely, however, that you will pass this chair on to another generation.
5 year warranty
For residential enquiries please contact sub-dealer Aptos Cruz on (08) 8370 9011
For more information and option details please visit www.hermanmiller.com