CHARLES AND RAY EAMES
DESIGNED BY CHARLES AND RAY EAMES, 1945
The Classic Trays (1945-74) by Alexander Girard and Charles and Ray Eames for a printed textiles competition at the Museum of Modern Art, the Small Dot Pattern is a classic. The fabric itself was not produced until 2000 when the Eames Office worked with Maharam Fabrics. The Eames Dot Pattern trays, manufactured by Vitra, are made of laminated wood, they feature motifs from the rich store of images created by these legendary designers.
Size: (Large) 46 x 36cm; (Medium) 36 x 28cm
Material: laminated wood
Availability: In Stock
The designers Alexander Girard and Charles and Ray Eames were leading figures in American design during the post-war era. While textile design was the primary focus of Girard's oeuvre, he was also admired for his work in the graphic arts as well as furniture, exhibition and interior design. The Classic Trays, which are made of laminated plywood, come in assorted motifs created by Alexander Girard for various purposes and selected by Vitra in cooperation with the Girard family. The Dot Pattern was designed by Charles and Ray Eames in 1947 and later used on pillows, cushions, blankets and other objects.