Since the early 1950s, when Charles and Ray Eames developed their Plastic Chairs, these furnishings have become icons of American mid-century modernism. In particular, the DAR chair (Dining Height Armchair Rod Base) stands out as an inimitable classic design combining light, elegant forms with structural strength in the intricate steel wire construction of its 'Eiffel Tower' base.
The Eames Plastic Chairs are renewed versions of the legendary Fiberglass Chair. As the very first industrially produced plastic chair, it was originally developed by the Eameses in collaboration with Zenith Plastics for the 'Low-Cost Furniture Design' competition organised by the Museum of Modern Art.
In the current versions made of polypropylene, these chairs provide even greater comfort. The wide selection of bases makes it possible to use the chairs in a variety of settings: from the dining room or home office to the garden. Different colours and upholstery versions provide many options for combining individual chairs to meet various needs.