Eames EDU Desk for Herman Miller
This versatile table works by itself or as part of a group. It's a classic understated 1950s piece in quirky Mondrian shades.
It’s been called “working art” since first exhibited by Charles and Ray Eames in 1949 at the Detroit Institute of Arts. This highly functional and stylish desk provides a spacious work surface, file drawer, and a healthy dash of mid-century styling.
The steel cross-supports and uprights give the units an industrial feel, and the plywood drawer fronts and shelves reinforce the furniture's mid-century modern appearance.
Elevated above steel legs with angular cross-supports, the vibrantly layered plywood desk softens the industrial feel and offers an enticing place to get work done. This is a sculptural, geometric piece enjoyed from all angles.
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Materials: Beautifully crafted from ply and steel with Formica laminate
Steel Finish: Steel frame is in excellent condition
Wood Finish: Ply and laminate is in excellent condition
Mechanisms: Drawer opens and closes easily
This particular offering is an authentic licensed edition, produced by the Herman Miller in the early 2000s.