The voluptuous organic form of the Eames La Chaise was an evolution of plywood chairs developed a year earlier in collaboration with architect Eero Saarinen for the "Organic Design in Home Furnishings" competition at the Museum of Modern Art, New York. A startling innovation in chair design, its expressive outline was made possible by technological advances in molding fiberglass to create free-form shells for flexible seating. It is a dramatic piece for office reception areas, galleries and museums, and stylish residences. Manufactured by Vitra, one of the preeminent names in European furniture.
--The frame or shell of this modern classic chair Eames La Chaise is made of molded fiberglass with glossy finish;
--The chair Eames La Chaise is designed according to human body structure to insure a comfortable long time seating;
--The Organic shape recalls the "Floating Figure," a sculpture by Gaston Lachaise
--The base is made of two crossed solid wood and connected with the fiberglass shell by five stainless steel rods .
--Eight pieces plastic tips are fixed on the bottom of wood base to protect the floor;
--Dark or light walnut, natural wood color or black colors available for the wood base of Eames La Chaise ;
--white, black, red or orange, blue colors for fiberglass shell for choice