About the Eames chairs card case
Eames Chairs design card case:
- has a mirror chrome finish inside
- has the Eames Chairs designed on the top of the lid
- can hold standard business card (dimensions: 3.5 x 2)
- can hold about 12 business cards
- comes in a black sleeve
- comes with information on Charles and Ray Eames
Care instructions: Wipe clean with a soft cloth.
Unique Eames card case is a remarkable business gift for American design lovers. Combine the card case with other Eames designs in the pen series. Eames Chairs art are creations of the world “leading Modern Art designers.
Eams Chairs business card holder by Charles & Ray Eames is part of our arty card case collection. The design has colorful Eames chairs on a metal background with chrome metal finish inside and out. The Eames Chairs are Modern Design iconic plywood and leather furnishings. Examples of these furnishings are part of the permanent collection of New York’s Museum of Modern Art. At this day, the Eames design remains a reference of American design.
About the design
Charles and Ray Eames designed their first Chairs (Lounge and Ottoman) in 1956. The Lounge chair was the first chair that the Eameses created for a high-end market. All Eames Chairs are Modern Art furnishings style. Examples of these furnishings are part of the permanent collection of New York’s Museum of Modern Art. At this day, the Eames design remains a reference of American design. Of course, our Eames card case is high-end and shiny metal that highlights the pastel shades of the artwork. The sleek designer card case naturally comes with a black box and sleeves.
About the Eameses
Charles and Ray Eames are among the finest American designers of the twentieth century. They are best known for their ground-breaking contributions to architecture, furniture design (the Eames Chair), industrial design and manufacturing, and the photographic arts. The legacy of this husband and wife team includes more than 100 films that reflect the breadth and depth of their interests and the integrity of their vision. Theirs was a design collaboration in the deepest sense, and all their work, whether graphics, film or furniture was a product of their collective design process and philosophy.
“Eames Chairs” Card Case. © 2002 The Eames Office