The Eames Plastic Armchair, produced in 1950, is formed of a polypropylene plastic shell, similarly to the Eames DSW Chair. The significant difference between the two products is the addition of arms which increase the body support of the chair and add to the comfort. The Eames Plastic Armchair was originally produced for a Low Cost Furniture Design competition at the New York Museum of Modern Art and has since verified itself as a classic Eames piece with the introduction of variation in base and colour.
Materials: polypropylene seat shell, dyed through. DAR = Dining Height Armchair R-Wire Base COPY WATCH: We only sell genuine authorised original Eames. Most copies in the Eames plastic chair range have a shiny high gloss seat, whereas the originals have a matt surface. Also, the genuine chairs have a dyed-through polyproplene seat so the colour does not fade. This chair comes with hard glides as standard. If you would prefer felt glides fitted to your chair(s) to protect a hard floor please specify by email or by calling us when you order. There is no extra charge. Quantity / Trade discount: please contact us for your discount.