Eames

Eames Author Eames Demetrios
ISBN-10 1934429740
Year 2012
Pages 408
Language en
Publisher
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"This massive monograph celebrates Ray's centennial anniversary and the Eameses incredibly diverse interdisciplinary work in depth, including many never-before-published images. Additionally, the book is authored by three generations of the Eames family, including quotes and essays by: Charles and Ray, daughter Lucia Eames, and all five of her children. This very intimate and loving tribute to the Eameses includes personal letters, family photos, and images that document the poetic ephemera of their everyday life, making this book the definitive Eames monograph."--Publishers' description.

Charles and Ray Eames

Charles and Ray Eames Author Pat Kirkham
ISBN-10 0262611392
Year 1998
Pages 486
Language en
Publisher MIT Press
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Charles and Ray Eames, perhaps the most famous design partnership of 20th-century America, did pioneering work in furniture, film, architecture, and exhibition design. Now Pat Kirkham interprets their work in depth, probing the lives behind the designs and the nature of the collaboration. 221 illustrations, 16 in color.

Eames

Eames Author Brigitte Fitoussi
ISBN-10 2843234204
Year 2003
Pages 79
Language en
Publisher Editions Assouline
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Pioneers of the 1950s and of the optimistic American way of life, Charles and Ray Eames created the greatest modern furniture "classics" between 1941 and 1978. They designed more than 20 chair models, mostly unique pieces, and developed know-how in the art of sitting. The Plywood Chairs LCW and DCW (1946), the Aluminum Group (1958) and the Lounge Chair (1956) have become true symbols of design that remain references today. Still produced, they inspire the admiration of new generations to convey the generous social ideal of their designers.

Eames

Eames Author Gloria Koenig
ISBN-10 3836560216
Year 2015-07-21
Pages 96
Language en
Publisher Taschen
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Visual impact: Nothing says modernist perfection like an Eames design The creative duo Charles Eames (1907-1978) and Ray Kaiser Eames (1912-1988) transformed the visual character of America. Though best known for their furniture, the husband and wife team were also forerunners in architecture, textile design, photography, and film. The Eames' work defined a new, multifunctional modernity, exemplary for its integration of craft and design, as well as for the use of modern materials, notably plywood and plastics. The Eames Lounge Chair Wood, designed with molded plywood technology, became a defining furniture piece of the twentieth century, while the couple's contribution to the Case Study Houses project not only made inventive use of industrial materials but also developed an adaptable floor plan of multipurpose spaces which would become a hallmark of postwar modern architecture. From the couple's earliest furniture experiments to their seminal short film Powers of Ten, this book covers all the aspects of the illustrious Eames repertoire and its revolutionary impact on middle-class American living. About the Series: Each book in TASCHEN's Basic Architecture Series features: an introduction to the life and work of the architect the major works in chronological order information about the clients, architectural preconditions as well as construction problems and resolutions a list of all the selected works and a map indicating the locations of the best and most famous buildings approximately 120 illustrations (photographs, sketches, drafts and plans)

The work of Charles and Ray Eames

The work of Charles and Ray Eames Author Donald Albrecht
ISBN-10 UVA:X004938237
Year 2005
Pages 205
Language en
Publisher Harry N. Abrams
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From the 1940s to the 1970s, the Los Angelesbased husband-and-wife team of Charles and Ray Eames practiced design at its most virtuous and its most expansive. Their furniture, toys, buildings, films, graphics, exhibitions, and books all aimed to improve society, not only functionally but also culturally and intellectually. The essays in this handsome and generously illustrated volume examine the Eameses' projects in the contexts of science, corporate patronage, and politics as well as those of modern design, architecture, and art.

A Computer Perspective

A Computer Perspective Author Charles Eames
ISBN-10 0674156269
Year 1990
Pages 174
Language en
Publisher Harvard University Press
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A splendid, graphic history of the origin and development of the computer, this classic work is a timeless record of the most profound technological revolution in the history of humankind. The book's decade-by-decade format is highlighted with hundreds of illustrations, memorabilia and artifacts collected from around the world. Halftones and illustrations.

Eames

Eames Author Vitra (Firm)
ISBN-10 3980407071
Year 1996
Pages 120
Language en
Publisher Vitra Design Stiftung
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The inspiring, timeless furniture designs of Charles and Ray Eames continue to prove that modernism and beauty can peacefully coexist. This handsome publication, originally designed as a sales catalog for the trade, mixes the Eames' personal snapshots and ergonomic line drawings with stunning color photos of their furniture in contemporary settings.

Charles and Ray Eames

Charles and Ray Eames Author Naomi Stungo
ISBN-10 UVA:X004435605
Year 2000
Pages 80
Language en
Publisher Carlton Publishing Group
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Contains an essay discussing the life and work of the subject, followed by an illustrated appreciation of their work.

Eames Textile Patterns

Eames Textile Patterns Author Eames
ISBN-10 0811833402
Year 2002-02-01
Pages
Language en
Publisher Chronicle Books
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In the 1940s, Ray Eames designed several fabric patterns, three of which-the Dot Pattern, Circles, and Crosspatch designs-have been beautifully reproduced in this stationery box.

The World of Charles and Ray Eames

The World of Charles and Ray Eames Author Catherine Ince
ISBN-10 9780847847655
Year 2016-02-16
Pages 320
Language en
Publisher Rizzoli Publications
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"First published in the United Kingdom in 2015 by Thames & Hudson Ltd in association with Barbican Art Gallery on the occasion of the exhibition The World of Charles and Ray Eames, curated by Catherine Ince, 21 October 2015-14 February, 2016"--Page 320.

Eames on Design

Eames on Design Author Charles Eames
ISBN-10 1906863490
Year 2011-05
Pages 272
Language en
Publisher
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Charles and Ray Eames literally shaped modern design during the postwar years. Prolific furniture designers, filmmakers and exhibition designers, the Eameses were also hugely influential communicators. "Eames on Design" brings together their collected words from magazine articles, television interviews, film scripts, personal letters, and lectures.

Sidney Howard and Clare Eames

Sidney Howard and Clare Eames Author Arthur Gewirtz
ISBN-10 078641751X
Year 2004-02-26
Pages 295
Language en
Publisher McFarland
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In the 1920s, the playwright Sidney Howard and his wife, actress Clare Eames, were at the heart of the movement to change the American theater from a commercial enterprise to one with art at its center. Sidney gained fame writing They Knew What They Wanted (which won the Pulitzer Prize) in 1924. A dramatist for the Theatre Guild, he wrote Ned McCobb's Daughter and The Silver Cord and became the voice of American theater's fight against censorship. Energetic and ambitious Clare played some of the greatest dramatic roles for women, including Queen Elizabeth, Lady MacBeth, and Hedda Gabler. For a time, Sidney and Clare were an ideal couple, collaborating on dramas and drawing admirers in both England and America. This dual biography illuminates the growth of the American art theater, gives intimate details into the work of the couple, and reveals a glamorous doomed romance. The letters interspersed throughout the text detail the couple's thoughts on the artistic process, acting, writing, and the social and theatrical circles in which they moved. Including many letters and reviews from the era, this study describes Sidney and Clare's relationships, careers, and the dramatic disintegration of their marriage, set against the background of one of the most artistically fertile periods of American drama.