Designers: Charles and Ray Eames
The Eames Table, an authentic modern design, is particularly suited to one of the great pleasures of warm weather: eating outdoors. Entertaining friends with an al fresco dinner or cocktail party under the stars. Imagine food and drinks placed on this classic design, developed in 1964, and now available as outdoor tables with four stunning marble tops to choose from. Hard-working, as well as beautiful, these tables are just what you need for outdoor living on your porch, Florida room, terrace, deck. The Eames Table Universal Base Round Outdoor is available in several sizes and in coffee table, as well as dining, height.
It’s hard to improve on a classic, but by providing weather-durable finishes for the bases and four elegant stone top choices, we’ve made this classic mid-century design appropriate for you to use outdoors. Because we believe that your outdoor furniture should be as beautiful as the furniture inside your home. With matching bases and complementary finishes, these tables go especially well with the Eames Aluminum Group Outdoor chairs.
To make the tables appropriate for outdoor use, we chose four durable stone tops. Each comes from a North American quarry with a strong connection to historic American design. Georgia White Marble was used by Daniel Chester French for his sculpture of Abraham Lincoln at the Lincoln Memorial.
Georgia Grey Marble comes from the quarry that produced the marble used in the 2004 renovation of the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Quebec Graphite Granite, a subtly patterned, deep-hued stone, was used to rich effect in Chicago's John Hancock Center. Wisconsin Black Marble, a unique dark stone speckled with lustrous green and grey veins, is cut to order and finished with a bullnose edge, as are all our stone offerings.
The four-legged cast aluminum base is available in two powder-coat outdoor finishes. Tops and bases are connected with a bolt that runs the length of the column to ensure strength and durability through years of use.
A major technical achievement.Charles and Ray Eames View Design Story