Eames Task Chair

Series of dimensioned elevation and plan drawings of the Eames Task Chair

The Eames Task Chair is a molded shell chair design that is modern, sleek, with a hollow form which challenges the premise that a chair is a primarily solid form. Charles and Ray Eames originally designed the precursor to the innovative Eames task chair in a MoMA competition for Low-Cost furniture design.

The Eames Task Chair has an overall height of 30”-35” (76-89 cm), width of 26.25” (67 cm), and depth of 26.25” (67 cm). The seat height of the Eames Task Chair is adjustable between 15.25”-20.25” (39-51 cm) with arms set at 23.25”-28.25” (59-72 cm) overall.

Details

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Height: 
30”-35” | 76-89 cm
Width:
26.25” | 67 cm
Depth:
26.25” | 67 cm
Length:
Seat Height:
15.25”-20.25” | 39-51 cm
Arm Height:
23.25”-28.25” | 59-72 cm overall
Weight:
Materials:
Polypropylene shell; aluminum base; nylon casters
Designer:
Charles & Ray Eames
Year:
1953

Properties

Drawings include:
Eames Task Chair side elevation, front, back, plan, side (business person)

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Office chairs, or desk chairs, are adjustable chairs designed specifically for performing desk tasks with features that offer a high degree of adjustability in response to individual ergonomic preferences and the height and stature of the user.