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Iconic Eames Chair returns to its Roots

By Aggregated Content in on May 22, 2013 from http://www.theverge.com/2013/5/21/4350884/herman-miller-eames-molded-plastic-chair-now-in-fiberglass

One of the most iconic chairs in modern design is returning to its structural roots, thanks to more environmentally-friendly developments in manufacturing. Furniture maker Herman Miller this week announced that its Eames Molded Plastic Chair and Side Chair will now be produced in fiberglass, more than 20 years after designer Ray Eames abandoned the material over environmental concerns.

Both models will be available this summer in various bases and nine "vintage" colors.

The Michigan-based Herman Miller began producing Ray and Charles Eames' chair in 1950, using fiberglass-reinforced plastic. 

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