DSW stands for 'Dining-Side-Wood' and represents the typology of Charles and Ray Eames' plastic chair collection originally designed in 1950. It was originally produced in collaboration with Zenith Plastics for the Museum of Moderm Art's Low-Cost Furniture Design Competition and was the first industrially manufactured plastic chair. This version is with an upholstered seat and back in Hopsak fabric with white piping. Supplied with felt glides for hard floors. Many more fabric and shell colours available - contact the store.
W: 465x D: 550x H: 430/810mm
Material: dyed-through polypropylene
Non-stackable wooden base in various shades of maple or honey-toned ash, stained and lacquered finish. Steel rod cross struts in basic dark. (DSW = Dining height Side chair Wood base)