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Charles & Ray Eames. Chair Shell Experiments, designed 1941-45, molded plywood, metal, and rubber. Courtesy of Vitra Design Museum (F-8 a-e)

Charles & Ray Eames. Chair Shell Experiments, designed 1941-45, molded plywood, metal, and rubber. Courtesy of Vitra Design Museum (F-8 a-e)

Charles & Ray Eames La Chaise, 1948. Originally designed for a competition at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, inspired by Floating Figure, a sculpture by Gaston Lachaise. Material fiberglass, chrome and oak. / Stardust

Charles & Ray Eames La Chaise, 1948. Originally designed for a competition at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, inspired by Floating Figure, a sculpture by Gaston Lachaise. Material fiberglass, chrome and oak. / Stardust

Alexander Girard with Ray and Charles #Eames while setting up the “Good Design” exhibition at the Merchandise Mart Chicago, 1953. Vitra Design Museum, Alexander Girard Estate @hermanmiller @vitra @vitrahaus @dwrpins @hermanmillerbr

Alexander Girard with Ray and Charles #Eames while setting up the “Good Design” exhibition at the Merchandise Mart Chicago, 1953. Vitra Design Museum, Alexander Girard Estate @hermanmiller @vitra @vitrahaus @dwrpins @hermanmillerbr

Charles Eames and Ray Eames, Elephant, 1945, molded plywood, from the LACMA exhibition / via style court

Charles Eames and Ray Eames, Elephant, 1945, molded plywood, from the LACMA exhibition / via style court

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