The attention to volume, curves and fluidity extends from the exterior of the house to its interior spaces that seem carved out of a single solid substance and morph from one room into the next like a series of caverns. The shell of the structure is pierced by likewise curved openings that frame incredible views of the adjacent and distant natural and residential areas.

The Eames Lounge Chair is a piece of modernist furniture first produced in the mid-20th century. Introduced by Herman Miller in 1947, it was designed in the United States by artist and industrial designer Isamu Noguchi. The Noguchi table comprises a wooden base composed of two identical curved wood pieces, and a heavy plate glass top.

Pair the Eames Style Lounge Chair with the Noguchi Table and the retro, midcentury modern look is complete! If you’d like to go for something a little different, a custom, sectional sofa is a creative and unique substitute. Whatever you choose, the Eames lounge chair is sure to be a great fit for any style décor.



moving back to the outside, it is clear that there is an overall logic and rhythm governing the structure as it relates to the land on which it sits – namely, that it pushes out in all directions and moves both with and against the hill it rests on. The real accomplishment of this house design lies not in its purely aesthetic qualities but in the complex ways in which it relates to its environment and seeks a balance between being on independent object building and part of its site and surroundings.

Why not check out more Mid Century Modern Classics we carry? You will find various retro, modern, Bauhaus and contemporary pieces originally designed by designers such as Eileen Gray, Eero saarinen, George Nelson, Le Corbusier, Harry Bertoia, Noguchi and etc. Take your time!