Also called LCM chair. a side chair designed by Charles Eames in 1946, having a slender tubular steel frame with a seat and back of molded plywood panels.
Also called Eames lounge chair. an armchair with matching ottoman designed by Charles Eames in 1956, having separate headrest, backrest, and seat sections of molded plywood fitted with leather cushions and mounted on a metal base that can swivel or tilt.
Origin of Eames chair
An Americanism dating back to 1945–50
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