Set of Two Eames LCW Lounge Chairs in Walnut for Herman Miller
USA - 1950s
Set of Two Eames LCW Lounge Chairs in Walnut for Herman Miller, USA. The LCW chair, also known as the Lounge Chair Wood, is a modernist furniture design created by the husband-and-wife design team of Charles and Ray Eames in 1946. This model is a low-slung lounge chair with a curved seat and backrest, and gently sloping wooden legs that splay outwards. The chair's design is intended to be both comfortable and stylish. The LCW chair is considered an iconic piece of modernist design and has been included in many museum collections, including the Museum of Modern Art in New York and the Vitra Design Museum in Germany. The chair's combination of sleek design and functional comfort has made it a popular choice for both residential and commercial settings.
Set of 2
H 28.74 in. x W 19.29 in. x D 20.47 in.
H 73 cm x W 49 cm x D 52 cm
Seat Height 16.93 in. | 43 cm