DESIGN · LONDON

THE EVOLUTION OF EAMES BY ARAM

ENG: The Barbican has now seen the end of its successful exhibition celebrating the legacy of the fantastic designer couple of Ray and Charles Eames. Being among the most influential designers of the 20th century, they contributed to the design world in superlatives, creating timeless classics such as the Lounge Chair or the DSR Chair (aka the Eiffel chair). Let’s sum up the most important milestones of the Eameses’ career, and if you have the chance visit the next stop of the traveling exhibition at:

Bildmuseet, Umeå, Sweden
17 Apr–4 Sept 2016

Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology (MAAT), Lisbon, Portugal
4 Oct 2016–8 Jan 2017

For more info and to buy fabulous designer pieces visit ARAM in Covent Garden, London’s best modern furniture store or order online at www.aram.co.uk

Aram_Eames final design

HU: A londoni Barbican muzeumban nemreg ert veget az Eames dizajner duot unneplo szupersikeres kiallitas. Ray es Charles Eames orokzold klasszikusokat alkotott, es kitorolhetetlenul raveste nevet a 20. szazad legsikeresebb tervezoinek listajara. Ha Londonban jarsz latogass el az ARAM-ba Covent Gardenben, mely London legjobb modern butoruzlete, ahol eloben is megcsodalhatod a duo dizajn hagyatekat. Ha pedig ugy dontesz, hogy beruhazol egy Eames darabba, akkor eleted egyik legstilusosabb donteset hozod meg! Az Aram weboldalan csemegezhetsz is: www.aram.co.uk

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One thought on “THE EVOLUTION OF EAMES BY ARAM

  1. I was just at the NY-Historical Society and they have a large offering about the 1964 Worlds Fair IBM Egg building/theatre Ray and Charles designed! It was crazy.

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