Bauhaus Lounge with stool by Ch..Eames 1956
  • Bauhaus Lounge with stool by Ch..Eames 1956
  • Bauhaus Lounge with stool by Ch..Eames 1956

Lounge chair with Ottoman by Charles & Ray Eames 1956

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New product
3-4 weeks directly from Italian manufacturer

Lounge chair and stool designed in 1956 by the famous designer Charles & Ray Eames are considered as one of the most famous pieces of furniture from the Bauhaus age. The club chair and the ottoman based on the same construction - rotatable steel foot with the wooden bowl seat. Upholstery  in high quality leather

only UK

Aniline leather
Soft leather special

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The Lounge Chair by Charles and Ray Eames is one of the most famous pieces of furniture.

After years of development, the Lounge + ottoman was introduced in 1956, and initially distributed by Herman Miller in the USA. It is one of the first designs of Eames.

Both the lounge and the ottoman are of the same design. On a rotating steel base, there is a plywood shell, the leather cushion as a seat, as an armrest, offers. The pillows can be removed.


Seat and back shell: molded plywood, veneered in rosewood, cherry stained, walnut, or painted black.

The upholstery units are removable; the cover High quality soft or aniline leather.


Swivel base made of cast aluminum - please choose your choice under "Base":

- Base completely black, then are the shock mounts black.

- Base top polished, then the shock mounts are polished at the top and black side.

- Base  polished, then the shock mounts are polished.

The lounge chair with ottoman  are  delivered in a wooden box (€ 44,00) included in the price.

Lounge Chair with a stool shell in laminated, bent plywood. Rotating base in following versions black lacquered, aluminum with polished edges and Aluminium polished. Elaborate padding of cushions in high quality leather.

traditional Italian handicraft production 

Quality certificate

5 year manufacture's warranty

only UK

80 / 43
1,1 m3
38 kg
60 / 55
80 / 65

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