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In 1949, Charles and Ray Eames developed a new system of free-standing multifunctional shelves and writing desks which - similar to the Eames House that dates from the same time - were constructed strictly in keeping with the principles of industrial mass production.
The desk panels function as a modesty shield and partially enclose the two storage compartments. The desk is height-adjustable to accommodate uneven floors.
Width: 152.5 x Height: 74 x Depth: 71cm
Framework in black powder coating, shelves in a birch face vaneer.
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