Collection of dimensioned drawings of the Eames Wire Chair with measurements labeled on the side, front, back, and plan

The Eames Wire Chair is an organically shaped experimental chair made only from welded wire. Designed by Charles and Ray Eames in 1951 based on a refinement of their molded plastic chairs, the Eames Wire Chair seat is made strong by infilling with an outer steel rim with a lighter-gauge wire grid that sits on their iconic wire base to achieve an all steel wire silhouette.

The Eames Wire Chair has an overall height of 32.75” (83.2 cm), seat height of 18.5” (47 cm), width of 19” (48.3 cm), depth of 21.25” (54 cm).

Details

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Height: 
32.75” | 83 cm
Width:
19” | 48 cm
Depth:
21.25” | 54 cm
Length:
Seat Height:
18.5” | 47 cm
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Weight:
Materials:
Chrome-plated steel
Designer:
Charles & Ray Eames
Year:
1951

Properties

Drawings include:
Eames Wire Chair side elevation, side (person), front, back, plan (detail), plan

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