The Eames House, built by Charles and Ray Eames in Pacific Palisades (California) in 1949, is an extraordinary example of modern architecture of the mid-twentieth century and was recognized as a national historical monument in 2007. Its maintenance is carried out by the Eames Foundation, founded in 2004. The Eames House is located in a eucalyptus forest, two of which had to be cut down by the Eames Foundation in 2018 as part of the site's conservation plan. To ensure that these beautiful trees were used as their origin deserved, Herman Miller and Vitra - the only two original Eames furniture manufacturers in the world - collaborated with the Eames Foundation to turn wood into some 600 solid wood boards for a limited edition from the Occasional Table LTR by Charles and Ray Eames. Warm in color, eucalyptus boards are combined with the stylized black powder-coated wire base to give the compact side table a natural and contemporary look, reinforced by the added emotional value of the wood's origin. Vitra and Herman Miller each offer around 300 units of the Occasional Table LTR Eucalyptus.
Details: Limited edition. Eucalyptus wood top and black powder-coated steel base.
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