Herman Miller

Herman Miller Eames® Molded Wood Stools

Charles and Ray Eames, 1948

U.S.A.

Herman Miller

Herman Miller Eames® Molded Wood Stools

Charles and Ray Eames, 1948

U.S.A.

The plywood molding technique perfected by Charles and Ray Eames led to the development of a number of iconic designs for Herman Miller in addition to laying the foundation for a major movement in modern furniture design. Yet in their lifetimes, the Eames’ were unable to execute their single-shell chair design in molded wood. Decades later, thanks to a proprietary process of 3-D veneer manufacturing technology, the complex curves of Eames Molded Wood Shell Chairs were finally realized. The refined, enduring molded wood shell form is available as Eames Molded Wood Bar Stool.

Eames Molded Wood Stools are available in several veneers and come with an optional upholstered seat pad for enhanced comfort. The 4-leg base comes in bar- or counter-height, and offers its own choice of finish options.

Base legs available in chrome, or black, or white painted finish. Black and chrome 4-leg bases are provided with black glides while the white 4-leg base has white glides.