Eames chair,with its molded-plywood back and seat and stainless steel legs. In 1949 they designed their now iconic Pacific Palisades home. They also worked in photography and film, making dozens of short films, e.g., Powers of Ten (1977), and designed numerous museum exhibitions.
See M. and J. Neuhart and R. Eames, Eames Design (1989) P. Kirkham, Charles and Ray Eames: Designers of the Twentieth Century (1995) D. Albrecht, ed., The Work of Charles and Ray Eames (1997) J. Barkley, Eames House (2001) E. Demetrios, An Eames Primer (2002).
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