The brightly colored DAW Chair Plastic (Dining height Armchair Wooden base), first designed in 1948, is one of the most recognizable pieces from E.’s furniture collection. It boasts a beautifully flowing shell seat, which is molded to fit the lines of the body. The rolled edge prevents the seat from pressing into the back of the legs. This triumph of design was created for the "Low Cost Furniture Design" Competition at the New York Museum of Modern Art and went on to become the first mass-produced plastic chair. The innovative methods of molding and bending, developed by the popular designer, established the DAW Chair series as a true furniture icon of the 20th century.
Poly+Bark produces the shell of this design classic in a durable Polypropylene plastic, available in several bright colors. It is supported by Walnut color wooden legs interconnected by wires, adding an intricate touch to contrast with the chair’s simple, organic design. Poly+Bark is in no way affiliated with Charles and Ray Eames or Herman Miller.
- Sturdy Reinforced Wood & Wire Base
- Commercial Grade Quality
- 6.5mm Thick Duratech Infused Plastic for Superior Strength
- Matte Finish Plastic Seat
- Black Strengthened Steel Frame
- Exclusively Designed for <b>Poly+Bark</b>
- Plastic Non-Marking Feet
- Easy to Assemble
Overall Product Dimensions:
23.6"L x 24.6"W x 31.5"H