The replica of the Eames plastic DAW chair combines relief and transparency.
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The DAW chair is inspired by the Daw Eames Chair designed by Charles and Ray Eames in the late 1940s. The plastic design DAW Chair has become an icon of furniture design. This stunning Diiiz DAW Clear Chair Replica uses high quality materials for a trendy & contemporary style.
Diiiz shells are made of clear polycarbonate that makes this DAW Chair Replica modern and trendy. The crystalline finish of the seat is beautifully contrasted with the solid wood legs and stainless steel cross beams.
This DAW Eames inspiration is perfect as a statement piece in the home office, as well as restaurants, bars and trendy boutiques.
This Eames DAW Chair with its wood legs meets a combination of two classic designs in one! The original style chair brought bang up to the minute with a transparent seat like the modern ghost chairs designed by Philippe Starck.
The Eames DAW Chair: Created in 1948 as part of his entry into a low cost furniture competition run by the American Museum of Modern Art. Charles & Ray Eames won the second prize for their system of interchangeable seats and bases that quickly became popular and is now recognized as an icon of twentieth century design.
Diiiz version of this classic DAW chair retains the enduring beauty of the seat form, ergonomically moulded in polycarbonat for comfort without the need for upholstery, but given a new twist by making it transparent.
The DAW Chair is also available in mat plastic of different colors.
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