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Eames® Desk Unit (EDU)

Designed by Charles and Ray Eames for Herman Miller®

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Item Number: 1366
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The concept of "modularity" wasn't in the popular lexicon when Charles and Ray Eames designed their innovative Desk (1952). Suitable for office and residential use, the Desk is available with two color schemes. The design resulted from work the Eameses did for a 1949 exhibition at the Detroit Institute of Arts, and the molded plywood and wire supports echo other items designed by the Eameses, such as their wire base tables and chairs. The "multi" color scheme includes birch fronts and brightly colored (red, white, blue and yellow) side and back panels. The "natural" color scheme includes birch fronts and neutral (black and white) side and back panels. The shelves in both color schemes are black. The nylon glides are easy on floors. The letter-size drawer is on the right. This original is an authentic, fully licensed product of Herman Miller, Inc. Eames is a licensed trademark of Herman Miller. Made in U.S.A.

Designer

Charles and Ray Eames
Charles and Ray Eames

USA (1907–1978; 1912–1988)

Design is for living. That maxim shaped a widespread shift in design during the 1940s and 1950s. It was a revolution of form, an exciting visual language that signaled a new age and a fresh start – and two of its prime movers were Charles and Ray Eames. The Eameses were a husband-and-wife team whose unique synergy led to a whole ...

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Dimensions

H 29" W 60" D 28"

Materials

Plywood; painted hardboard sides and panels; zinc-coated steel; nylon glides.

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