Designers: Charles and Ray Eames
A classic piece of mid-century furniture. The first mass-produced plastic chair. And as stylish today as it was when it was designed in 1948. A multitude of color choices can be combined with a base in chrome or black and rockers in maple or walnut.
Charles and Ray Eames realized their first successful, single-shell form in 1950 with the Molded Fiberglass Chairs. However, when the environmental risks associated with fiberglass production became more widely understood, the decision was made to switch to a safer plastic. In 2004, Herman Miller reintroduced the Molded Plastic Armchair Rocker Base in polypropylene.
Fulfilling the goals of every modern designer.Charles and Ray Eames View Design Story
The Molded Plastic Armchair Rocker Base is available in an array of colors and a variety of upholstery options straight from the Alexander Girard archive.