At 1960, the Eames Office received from Time Inc. the commission for the interior design of three of the lobbies of the Rockefeller Center in New York. In addition to its complete equipment, within the framework of this project the comfortable Lobby Chairs and a series of solid walnut stools, the Vitra Stools, were created.
The turned stools - which, according to Ray Eames' wish, can also be used as a table for depositing objects - were differentiated by means of different turning in the central part.
Details: Solid walnut wood, with several layers joined together, and varnished with clear lacquer.
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