Making Of The Eames Chair

Posted in Design
By Sam Bathe on 28 Sep 2012

Love them or hate them, the Eames Lounge Chair is one of the most iconic pieces of furniture design. Fast Company Design recently took a trip to the Herman Miller factories and their manufacturing partners around Zeeland, Michigan to see just how they’re made. It’s a process near identical to how the first chairs were made some 65 years ago; like going behind the scenes at Leica, this’ll just make you want one even more. $$$ pending.

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