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High-quality reproduction inspired by Charles and Ray Eames’ design
In 1960, Charles and Ray Eames were commissioned by the Time Inc. company to furnish the Rockefeller Centre lobbies in New York. While totally transforming the interior layout, their project gave rise to the design of comfortable lobby chairs and also a series of solid walnut stools. The stools, arranged around aspace, can also be used as side tables, as intended by Ray; they present different profiles from their distinct central piece.
- Seat width 13"
- Height 15"
- Base diameter 12"