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Bring a piece of iconic design to your home. The Artek Icon Poster called the Stool 60 presents one of the furniture icons designed by Alvar Aalto.

Charles and Ray Eames in their house

Lovely photo of Charles and Ray Eames at their home - Case Study House - located in Pacific Palisades, California and designed by the Eames' and completed in Photo taken not long before Charles Eames died in -- via DC Hillier

ALVAR AALTO - Early group of three ‘Beehive’ ceiling lights, 1953

ALVAR AALTO - Early group of three ‘Beehive’ ceiling lights, 1953 We imagine the lobby of a high-powered ad agency when we see these beehive lights

Bauhaus ceiling light

This simple and playful design caught my eye right away. I would like this above my non existant dining room table - Bauhaus ceiling light

Irving Harper, Don Ervin, Tony Zamora, Dick Schiffer and Associates at George Nelson's Office; Brochures for Herman Miller, 1960.

Irving Harper, Don Ervin, Tony Zamora, Dick Schiffer and Associates at George Nelson's Office; Brochures for Herman Miller,

Pájaro Eames Housebird                                                                                                                                                                                 Más

Pájaro Eames Housebird

Find out more about the Eames House Bird produced by Vitra to celebrate a piece of Appalachian folk art from the personal collection of iconic modern designers Charles and Ray Eames. Shop the Eames Bird.

Silla Eames DSW Style Muelble designAncho: 46 cms. Fondo: 51 cms. Altura: 81 cms. Altura Asiento: 45 cms. Color:  	 Plazo de entrega España y Portugal:  3 días. muebles de diseño 59,00 € 145,00 € Iva Incluido http://www.muebledesign.com/charles-eames-silla-eames-style-muebles-de-diseno-p-26.html?gclid=Cj0KEQjwkIurBRDwoZfi1bGCxocBEiQAmcs-eqATFGO5YV97Vtpppezf2YFU1VCc8mZY_OV4YXFlpu0aAvLF8P8HAQ

The Matt Blatt Replica Eames DSW Side Chair - Plastic by Charles and Ray Eames - Matt Blatt

German designer Wilhelm Wagenfeld (1900-1990)

Karle J JUCKER et Wilhem WAGENFELD The first commercial product of Bauhaus alumni, Wilhelm Wagenfeld — his famous opal glass lamp, conceived and still in manufacture today.