Designed by Charles and Ray Eames, these molded plastic chairs were first introduced at New York’s Museum of Modern Art in 1948. Utilizing molding techniques developed during WWII, the Eameses created the first manufactured plastic chairs. The Herman Miller® produced molded plastic chairs are based on the original Eames design and are made with updated, eco-friendly material. The gentle curves of the chair create the perfect shape to cradle the body and deliver exceptional comfort.
The model shown above features the armchair seat option with the rocking base, which will add a little fun to any space. Customize the look by choosing from a variety of plastic, metal and wood finishes. Plastic seats are made of recyclable polypropylene.
This timeless Eames design’s most recent innovation is the addition of 100 percent post-industrial recycled plastic into the Eames Molded Plastic Chairs. The subtle matte texture of the material lends a soft tactility and notable durability.