Faithfully reproduced by Pash
Old and new materials in harmony.
A variant on the Eames DAR – the world’s first plastic, mass-produced chair designed for a 1948 competition to create low cost furniture. Doesn’t sound that promising, does it? Yet the Eames DSW chair is an absolute delight. Nicknamed the “Eiffel” because of the resemblance of its metal frame to the Paris landmark, it makes joyous use of bright, bold plastics.
However, the DSW departs from the original design by substituting wood for key elements of the original all-steel frame, creating a unique mix of traditional and modern materials. Like other DAR-derived chairs, the result is a piece that you can use comfortably for hours at a time, whether as an occasional chair or as hardwearing, everyday seating in your home or office.
Shown here with a white seat top with walnut legs. Available in a variety of colours.