VITRA Lcw lounge chair black ash - black leather

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The iconic lounge chair by Ray and Charles Eames with the back, seat and base made of multiplex wood in an organic shape for ultimate comfort.

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VITRA Lcw lounge chair black ash - black leather

Vitra Eames LCW lounge chair black leather - black ash.

A design by Charles & Ray Eames.

With these chairs, the body shapes have been taken into account so that you can sit very comfortably. The organic shape and natural appearance of the wood also invite you to sit for a long time.

Part of the Plywood Group by Charles & Ray Eames, the LCW Leather Chair is made of thin molded sheets of ash wood. The previously stiff material becomes a soft support for the body and back through this special manufacturing process, which is why this chair from Vitra adapts wonderfully to your needs and is particularly comfortable.

The individual elements of the LCW Leather Chair are attached to the frame with elastic rubber discs, which further increases the seating comfort. The special thing about this chair is the leather upholstery, which makes this version of the LCW a guaranteed eye-catcher in your living room. The height of the LCW Leather Chair by Vitra is 68 cm.

The height of the LCW leather chair by Vitra is 68 cm.

The dimensions are: b. 56 x h. 65 x d. 63.5 cm, with a seat height of 31.5 cm.

The LCW Chair Leather is also available in a cowhide version. See the "Collection" for more information. In addition to the LCW Chair, we also have many other products from Vitra!

♠ Made to order.

The designers:

Ray and Charles Eames were an American designer couple whose name is known to anyone with an interest in modern design. Charles Eames was born in 1907 in St. Louis, Missouri. He studied architecture at the University of Washington and, at the invitation of the Finnish architect Eliel Saarinen, continued his studies at the Cranbrook Academy of Arts, Michigan in 1940. There he met Eero Saarinen, with whom he entered a competition called " Organic Design in Home Decor" organized by the MoMA in New York. Eames and Saarinen won the competition using a plywood molding technique originally developed by Alvar Aalto. In Cranbrook, Charles Eames also met her future wife Ray, and the couple married in 1941.

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