Vitra Eames Plastic Side Chair DSW

design Charles & Ray Eames, 1950

46,5 x 55 x height 83 cm (seat height 43 cm)

After their debut at the 'Low-Cost Furniture Design' competition organised by the Museum of Modern Art in 1948, the Plastic Armchair (A-shell) and Plastic Side Chair (S-shell) were launched on the market in 1950 as the very first mass-produced plastic chairs in the history of furniture. Today Vitra manufactures the comfortable seat shells of the Plastic Side Chairs and Plastic Armchairs in polypropylene, offering a multitude of bases, shell colours and upholstery options. This allows customers to specify countless different combinations and to use the chairs in the widest range of settings – from dining rooms, living rooms and home offices to office workspaces and conference rooms; from restaurants and cafés to break rooms and cafeterias; from waiting areas and auditoriums to terraces and gardens.

          • Model in stock : yellow stained maple legs, white shell, no upholstery.

390,20 € incl. vat / 325,00 € excl. vat

include 0,20 € for green tax

Availability: in stock

440 305 00

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