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Photography and the City | Eames Office

Photography and the City | Eames Office

Photography and the City | #Eames Office scale model of the exhibition

Photography and the City | #Eames Office scale model of the exhibition

Photography and the City | Eames Office Students visit an #Eames exhibition

Photography and the City | Eames Office Students visit an #Eames exhibition

Good Design | Eames Office Each year, a different prestigious designer was selected to curate the installation.  Charles and Ray #Eames designed the 5,300-square-foot space for the inaugural installation in 1950, followed by Finn Juhl, Paul Rudolph, and Alexander Girard.

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The Eames Office’s last exhibition was its most complex. Celebrating the American Revolution Bicentennial, The World of Franklin & Jefferson explored the connections between the two men and their impact on America’s independence.

The Eames Office’s last exhibition was its most complex. Celebrating the American Revolution Bicentennial, The World of Franklin & Jefferson explored the connections between the two men and their impact on America’s independence.

At The Henry Ford Museum: #Eames Mathematica: A World of Numbers . . . and Beyond

At The Henry Ford Museum: #Eames Mathematica: A World of Numbers . . . and Beyond

Llisa Demetrios, Eames Office archivist, says this about this picture she took:  These shadows from the Multiplication Cube from Mathematica Exhibition I find striking, mesmerizing and beautiful - the shadows changing as the forklift turned!

Llisa Demetrios, Eames Office archivist, says this about this picture she took: These shadows from the Multiplication Cube from Mathematica Exhibition I find striking, mesmerizing and beautiful - the shadows changing as the forklift turned!

Llisa Demetrios, Eames Office archivist, says this about this picture she took:  These shadows from the Multiplication Cube from Mathematica Exhibition I find striking, mesmerizing and beautiful - the shadows changing as the forklift turned!

Llisa Demetrios, Eames Office archivist, says this about this picture she took: These shadows from the Multiplication Cube from Mathematica Exhibition I find striking, mesmerizing and beautiful - the shadows changing as the forklift turned!

A general view at The World of Charles and Ray Eames exhibition at the Barbican Art Gallery at Barbican Centre on October 20 2015 in London England...

Reconstructed model of the Eames Office scale model of the Ovoid Theater for the IBM Pavilion, New York World’s Fair, (detail) © Tristan Fewings/Getty Images

Photography and The City:  one of four Eames Office exhibitions for The Smithsonian Museum in Washington, DC  @smithsonian

Photography and The City: one of four Eames Office exhibitions for The Smithsonian Museum in Washington, DC

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