Published at Monday, November 26th 2018. by Ingrid Trevino in Armchair.
Is it the Eames Lounge and ottoman sumptuous luxurious. It was an instant icon, a masterpiece made a bent, plywood foam and leather perfect for contemplating one's many achievements. It became a coveted object, pretty fast. It became something that people really desired. It wasn't really for every man. It really nodded to a growing affluence in the United States, launched in 1956. It's one of the most famous chairs by the husband-and-wife design team, Charles and Ray Eames superstars of 20th-century American furniture.
I believe Charles talked about felt like sitting in a used baseball glove, so the whole idea of something that was welcoming you to sit in it without a concern for low cost. The lounge and ottoman impressed the neighbors back then, and still do today check out the set of the hit TV show Frasier. That's the lounge gracing, the home of the most discriminating character ever on television, a lot of architects and designers in particular, really like to reach the point where they're able to afford and have one.
I think the lounge has had such lasting popularity because it speaks to a set of ideas, but it's also the optimism of that period of time in our country's history. That anything was possible. Charles and Ray Eames worked closely together, brainstorming and tinkering with materials like wire, mesh, fiberglass, and metal, but eventually, they returned to an old favorite formed plywood. They were always looking at understanding how things work, how they would go together, how the simple honest use of materials would fit together to meet a particular need.
They toiled relentlessly on their designs, not satisfied until they got every detail, just right: the choices of materials, be it the fillings inside the pads, the quality of the leather. The fact that it's upholstered leather so that the leather is creased and already prepared to give and conform to the body, all our aspects that were designed aspects of the chair not just kind of accidental results. The manufacturing process hasn't changed much in 50 years. The Eames, Lounge and ottoman are still made mostly by hand in its quality.
It is so correct. It is so truthful that it cannot be improved upon. It all starts here with the highest quality leather, high they're laid out and examined for any slight imperfections. We're marking it for any flaws scars bug bites any kind of defects that we don't want in the finished chair flaws are marked with red tape, which is then picked up by a computer scanner. It then calculates the best way to cut the hide from that scan. The patterns can be automatically nested or placed basically avoiding all the defects. The same machine also cuts the leather, creating all the pattern pieces for the cushions.
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