Vitra Eames DSR 43cm Side Chair

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The iconic Vitra Eames DSR is ultra-stylish and beautifully comfortable in design, made from a moulded seat that's designed for every 'body', atop a gleaming architectural chrome base. Every colour in the selection complements each other, so you can mix and match to suit your décor. With their new seat height, the Eames Plastic Chairs are even better suited for use in combination with contemporary dining tables. At home as well as in restaurants and cafeterias, the many configuration options make it possible to find just the right chair for any furnishing scheme or interior environment. Husband and wife team Charles and Ray Eames revolutionised 20th Century furniture design. They combined their respective disciplines in architecture and modern art with low-cost yet durable materials to create perfectly balanced, functional furniture. The Eames' works have proved to be real ‘designs for life': they're iconic art pieces and objects of desire, yet utterly practical. Originally made in fibreglass for the 1950 MOMA Low Cost Furniture design competition, the DSR was the first industrially-produced plastic chair. Please note: not all our ranges are on display in our shops. For more information, please speak to a furniture Partner in store, or call 03452 661805 and we can tell you where the range you'd like to view is on display. 0% APR Representative: this product is eligible for Interest Free Credit, available when you spend £1000 or more on selected home products. Call 03456 065019, or visit our shops. Terms and conditions apply: find out more

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