Perfectly self-contained objects of beauty, these solid walnut stools can act as a low table or a simple seat; hold a stack of books or coffee cups; live in modern or traditional surroundings. Charles and Ray Eames first designed the stools in 1960 for the lobby of the Time Life Building in New York City, but they soon became popular products and with time, one of the more charming classics of modern design. Today, these finely crafted lathe-turned pieces bring an animated personality to the office, home or commercial space.
Glickman Schlesinger Architects
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