Based on a treasured artefact belonging to Charles and Ray Eames, the House Bird has come to be known as a playful emblem of modern design
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Frequently appearing in photo shoots, and even featuring on a 1952 cover of the Architectural Review, the Eames House Bird has since become a signifying object of the Eames and Vitra brand.
Made in black lacquered solid alder wood and finished with steel wire legs, this incarnation of the Eames House Bird has been created using a 3D scan of the original, adding a decorative touch to the mid-century inspired home.
The research and development facility which is part of the Vitra Campus has a reputation for pushing boundaries, meaning their products are some of the most durable and innovative in the world.
Their Tip Ton chair by Barber & Osgerby revolutionised the way we sit in schools and public spaces across the world. Their long-lasting relationships with designers such as Konstantin Grcic and Jasper Morrison continue to explore how both the home and workspace can be improved. ..