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During the mid-1940s, the Charles and Ray Eames strived to create an inexpensive, high-quality chair using the molded plywood techniques they had developed before the start of World War II, but refined considerably as part of the war effort. These 16 prototypes are examples of the hands-on process practiced at the Eames Office.
11" x 14" print
Print size includes 1-2" white border and caption