You may have heard of the famous American designers
Arguably the most famous of their designs is the Eames chair. As a design that combines comfort with style, this makes the perfect lounge chair.
But these concepts should not be limited to the home. And so, amongst the various contributions made by Charles and Ray Eames, is the Eames office chair. As part of the Eames Aluminium Group, this chair was designed in the 1940's but is still used today. This is thanks to the fact that it offers comfort alongside an elegant and professional look, which is still fashionable even 70 years later.
The typical design of an Eames office chair combines an aluminium base with a seat of luxurious black leather. However, it is also available in a range of different colours including white, green and red. Whilst this is the most classic style of an Eames office chair, they are also available in mesh rather than leather.
Although they were originally designed to be suitable for use both indoors and outdoors, Eames office chairs are now primarily used indoors, specifically within the workplace. They are popularly used within offices as they give off a sense of professionalism. But this is also due to the fact that they offer ultimate comfort. As so many people spend a huge amount of time at their desks, it is important to ensure that they are comfortable in order to prevent any injuries from occurring. An Eames office chair is moulded to follow the natural curves of a person's back, providing ultimate comfort at all times.
For additional comfort, the heights of an Eames office chair can be easily adjusted to suit your requirements, simply by using its pneumatic safety spring. A built-in mechanism also means that they can be tilted.
An Eames office chair is available with a high or low back. The high backed chairs offer a beneficial support of the neck and upper lumber at all times. In addition to this, as they are taller than their shorter siblings, the high back chairs are more commonly known as 'management chairs', as they give off a sense of superiority.
Practicality also comes into play with an Eames office chair as they incorporate a swivel system and a five-star pedestal base. This makes the chair completely grounded, with no risk of it toppling over and the wheels allow it to run smoothly across the floor.