Eames Turned Stool

Herman Miller

Eames Turned Stool

Designed by Charles and Ray Eames

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A Versatile Heirloom, Revitalized

This year Herman Miller is debuting a new shape for the Eames Turned Stool, straight from the archives. Charles and Ray Eames designed this group of sculptural wood stools in 1960 in a number of shapes for the lobbies of the Time & Life Building at Rockefeller Center in New York City.

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Geometric Good Looks

Newly available in ebonized ash, as well as traditional walnut that compliments a wide range of styles.

Ingenious Versatility

A versatile piece that can be used as a stool, table, or objet d’art. The stool is made using a unique wood-turning process that involves three separate pieces, which are turned on an axis and carved into different forms, then stacked together to blend in seamlessly.

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