Charles and Ray Eames, ‘670 Lounge Chair and 671 Ottoman’, ca. 1960, Open Air Modern
Charles and Ray Eames, ‘670 Lounge Chair and 671 Ottoman’, ca. 1960, Open Air Modern
Charles and Ray Eames, ‘670 Lounge Chair and 671 Ottoman’, ca. 1960, Open Air Modern
Charles and Ray Eames, ‘670 Lounge Chair and 671 Ottoman’, ca. 1960, Open Air Modern
Charles and Ray Eames, ‘670 Lounge Chair and 671 Ottoman’, ca. 1960, Open Air Modern
Charles and Ray Eames, ‘670 Lounge Chair and 671 Ottoman’, ca. 1960, Open Air Modern
Charles and Ray Eames, ‘670 Lounge Chair and 671 Ottoman’, ca. 1960, Open Air Modern
Charles and Ray Eames, ‘670 Lounge Chair and 671 Ottoman’, ca. 1960, Open Air Modern
Charles and Ray Eames, ‘670 Lounge Chair and 671 Ottoman’, ca. 1960, Open Air Modern
Charles and Ray Eames, ‘670 Lounge Chair and 671 Ottoman’, ca. 1960, Open Air Modern
Charles and Ray Eames, ‘670 Lounge Chair and 671 Ottoman’, ca. 1960, Open Air Modern
Charles and Ray Eames, ‘670 Lounge Chair and 671 Ottoman’, ca. 1960, Open Air Modern

Timeless 670 Eames Lounge Chair and matching 671 ottoman by Charles and Ray Eames for Herman Miller. Lounge chair and ottoman have been fully restored with newly upholstered, sumptuous black leather and refreshed down cushions. Dramatic Brazilian rosewood frame with a truly striking and distinct grain making this lounge chair an exceptional example of this design. Chair dates to the 1960s with the Herman Miller paper label and medallion present on the underside.

Chair measures 36" long x 32.5" wide x 31" high.
Ottoman is 21" long x 25.5" wide x 16.5" high.

Manufacturer: Herman Miller

About Charles and Ray Eames

Perhaps the most influential collaboration in design history, the husband-and-wife team of Charles and Ray Eames helped to create new concepts in furniture for a modern century. Exploring new techniques and materials like molded wood, fiberglass-reinforced plastic, and bent wire, they created affordable furniture for the likes of Herman Miller, which have since become iconic pieces in design history. Their California studio was a laboratory where their team constantly refined and revised their experiments, reducing furniture to its most essential forms—as was the Pacific Palisades home they created as one of the famous Case Study Houses. “The details are not details,” said Charles. “They make the product.” In addition to furniture, they created toys, films, videos, and textiles.

American, 1907 and 1912 - 1978 and 1988, Saint Louis and Sacramento