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Instantly recognisable and highly versatile.
The Eames DAW Chair was designed by design duo Charles & Ray Eames as the winning entry in the 1948 New York Museum of Modern Art’s ‘low-cost furniture design competition’. In creating the DAW chair, Eames made effective use of groundbreaking design processes and new materials such as the iconic moulded-plastic seat top, which is easy to clean and slightly flexible. The chair's wooden dowel base is supported by an artful use of steel Eiffel struts, a fascinating detail which has helped to propel the design into the forefront of popular culture
Durable enough to withstand considerable punishment in the form of day to day knocks and bangs. The Eames DAW Chair replica makes it an ideal family chair that is easy to style, oozes sophistication and will get your guests talking.