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  • Herman Miller Molded Plywood Lounge Chair

    This Molded Wood Chair, in the collection of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, has a wood seat. The seat, backrest, frame, and legs are covered with birch veneer over the molded plywood. This product was first manufactured by Evans Products in 1945. Herman Miller became the distributor in 1946, and in 1949 the manufacturer. Incorporating revolutionary principles in both design and construction, the molded plywood chairs designed by Charles Eames have been called "the most famous cha…

  • Herman Miller Molded Plywood Lounge Chair

    These chairs, in the collections of The Henry Ford, have a red stained molded plywood seat and back. The seat and back are attached by black rubber shock mounts to a molded plywood frame. The rubber shock mounts permit the chair to flex readily to changes in position. Label underneath the seat reads "EVANS PRODUCTS COMPANY MOLDED PLYWOOD DIVISION, DESIGNED BY CHARLES EAMES. " Incorporating revolutionary principles in both design and construction, the molded plywood chairs designed by Char…

  • Herman Miller Molded Plywood Lounge Chair

    This Molded Wood Chair, in the collection of the Dallas Historical Society, has a walnut veneer over a molded plywood backrest, support and seat. The chair sits on four legs. The seat is finished off with a Herman Miller label. This product was first manufactured by Evans Products in 1945. Herman Miller became the distributor in 1946, and in 1949 the manufacturer. Herman Miller Trade Name: Molded Plywood Lounge Chair Product Number: LCW