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Great interview with Llisa Demetrios, archivist of Eames Office and sculptor featured in The California Museum's exhibit "Eames Generations: A Legacy of California Design." The photos shown here were all taken by her grandfather, Charles Eames.

Sculptor Llisa Demetrios and her siblings keep alive the prodigious legacy of their grandparents, iconic Mid-Century Modern designers Charles and Ray Eames.

Photography and The City, an Eames Office exhibition at the Smithsonian Museum in Washington, DC

Photography and The City, an Eames Office exhibition at the Smithsonian Museum in Washington, DC

Eames Office poster for the MATHEMATICA:  A WORLD OF NUMBERS AND BEYOND exhibition...  #IBM

Eames Office poster for the MATHEMATICA: A WORLD OF NUMBERS AND BEYOND exhibition... #IBM

In 1969, the Musée des Arts Décoratifs invited five designers to participate in the exhibition, Qu’est ce que le design? (What is Design?)  Each participant represented his country.    The show included Joe Colombo (Italy), Charles Eames (USA), Fritz Eichler (Germany), Werner Panton (Denmark), and Roger Tallon (France).  The five participants submitted work from their offices as well as printed responses to a series of questions about the nature of the design process.

In 1969, the Musée des Arts Décoratifs invited five designers to participate in the exhibition, Qu’est ce que le design? (What is Design?) Each participant represented his country. The show included Joe Colombo (Italy), Charles Eames (USA), Fritz Eichler (Germany), Werner Panton (Denmark), and Roger Tallon (France). The five participants submitted work from their offices as well as printed responses to a series of questions about the nature of the design process.

NEHRU:  HIS LIFE AND HIS INDIA, an exhibition curated by Charles and Ray Eames

Fifty years ago, in Charles and Ray Eames celebrated the life and times of J. Nehru with this spectacular exhibition

Eames Office Director, Eames Demetrios, teaches us that "Charles and Ray Eames did not delegate understanding." By the time they finished this ISAAC NEWTON exhibition, they knew as much about Newton as did the many scholars who they consulted.  On this panel they write about the fact that there was no discontinuity in Newton's life and work.  This is a principle that Charles and Ray found was consistent with many people of great accomplishments.

Eames Office Director, Eames Demetrios, teaches us that "Charles and Ray Eames did not delegate understanding." By the time they finished this ISAAC NEWTON exhibition, they knew as much about Newton as did the many scholars who they consulted. On this panel they write about the fact that there was no discontinuity in Newton's life and work. This is a principle that Charles and Ray found was consistent with many people of great accomplishments.

#Eames exhibition "The World of Franklin & Jefferson" @met

Franklin & Jefferson and Charles & Ray

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.

Charles and Ray first met Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru when he invited them to travel throughout India—a trip that led the Eameses to document their findings in the 1958 India Report.  They were impressed by the extent of his interests as well as the scope of his vision for the country’s future.  Shortly after Nehru’s death in 1964, his daughter, Indira Gandhi, commissioned the Eames Office to plan a posthumous tribute that could be seen both nationally and internationally.

Fifty years ago, in Charles and Ray Eames celebrated the life and times of J. Nehru with this spectacular exhibition

A Computer Perspective, an Eames Office exhibition which opened in New York City in 1971 at the IBM Exhibition Center and travelled to other venues through 1975.

A Computer Perspective, an Eames Office exhibition which opened in New York City in 1971 at the IBM Exhibition Center and travelled to other venues through

Images of Early America | Eames Office Images of Early America is a full-color, limited edition book that the Eames Office produced for Herman Miller to distribute as gifts to its staff and customers.  They made the book as a companion piece to the exhibition of the same name, which the Office designed for the furniture company in honor of America’s bicentennial.

With “Images of Early America,” the Eames Office created a concise visual inventory of our country’s origins.

#Eames @barbicancentre Charles and Ray Eames’ holistic approach to design was rooted in their interest in addressing and resolving the needs of any given problem; be that executive seating, the welfare of sea creatures, plywood leg splints or their pre-eminent vision of the “information age.”

The couple that reimagined space: a portrait of the work of Charles and Ray Eames at The Barbican

#Eames toys on display in Sacramento at the Ray Eames anniversary exhibition

"Ray Eames: A Century of Modern Design" Exhibition, The California Museum, Sacramento, CA, Feb 2013 - Feb 2014

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