Herman Miller Eames® Wire Stool
Charles and Ray Eames, 1951
During a career of endless experimentation and exploration, Charles and Ray Eames continually revisited and refined their ideas. Perhaps the best example of this process is their design for a single-shell chair. Numerous iterations of the Eames Shell Chairs have been realized, leveraging the materials and processes that were both intriguing and available to Charles and Ray at any particular time.
It’s in that spirit that the Eames Wire Chair, itself a result of experiments with bent and welded wire during the 1950s, has been introduced as a stool. A light, airy form, the Eames Wire Stool is available in a choice of finishes, bar- or counter-heights, and with optional seat pad or two-piece leather “bikini” pad.