Eames chair


noun

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.

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Origin of Eames chair

An Americanism dating back to 1945–50

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