Eames coffee table – It was to complement the environment with their Plywood Chairs famous the couple Charles and Ray designed the Molded Plywood Coffee Table in 1946. Lightweight and mobile, this table represents, like no other, the style of Eames. Its slim top, slightly carved and its gently curved feet make up a modern living environment with class.
Molded wood, the Eames coffee table and Plywood Coffee Table is available finished in cherry, walnut, natural cherry, and ash wood or wood ash blackened. The three inner layers of its light and sturdy round top are sandwiched between plywood with natural appearance of wood. Its curved feet have eight layers of wood, plywood and also shaped. 86 cm diameter by 38 cm is a practical table center or a corner. History of Design, the classic top and foot of the table took shape to be molded into thin plywood sheets under heat and pressure – the same revolutionary process that Charles and Ray Eames used to create your Molded Plywood Chairs.
The Coffee Table initially attracted the attention of Herman Miller, when George Nelson director of Design Company, saw her together with other products of the Eames, eames coffee table made of plywood, an exhibition at the Barclay Hotel in New York City in the mid-40s. Nelson made contact with the Eames and little later they were designing for Herman Miller.