HERMAN MILLER FOR THE HOME

Eames® Molded Plastic Counter Stool, DSHCX

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The role of the designer is that of a very good, thoughtful host anticipating the needs of his guests,” said Charles Eames, and it’s in that spirit that the Eames Molded Shell Collection (1950/2015) was expanded to include a counter stool and barstool. This collection was originally designed on the principle of adaptability, offering a breadth of options to serve a wide variety of applications and environments. Over time, its composition evolved, making it a fascinating study of our shifting manufacturing capabilities and ways of living. Nearly seven decades have passed since the Eames Molded Shell Collection was first designed, yet it continues to be relevant today. Can you imagine a more thoughtful host? This is an authentic Eames Stool by Herman Miller. Made in U. S. A. DSHCX stands for dining, side, high, counter stool, X-base, which is a bit abstract since you have to turn over the stool to see how its base forms an X. Made of 100% recyclable materials and covered by Herman Miller’s Take Back Program for environmentally sound recycling (should you ever wish to part with it). 539539Herman Miller, 4 leg Base, Contract, Commercial, dining, hospitality, iconic, bar, restaurant, residential, seating, plastic, modern, Charles Ray Eames, DSHCX, chrome Legs, counter stool, counter stools, herman miller counter stools, four leg counter stool, four legs, charles and ray eames, eames, iconic stools, iconic counter stools, modern design, iconic modern designers, moder designers, plastic base, herman miller stools, herman miller stoolHERMAN MILLER FOR THE HOMEChairs | StoolsEames® Molded Plastic Counter Stool, DSHCX9116687http://www. dwr. com/dining-chairs-and-stools/eames-molded-plastic-counter-stool%2C-dshcx/9116687. html?lang=en_UShttp://s7d2. scene7. com/is/image/DesignWithinReach/PD_299_SHELL_alpine_BASE_chrome?$main$ The role of the designer is that of a very good, thoughtful host anticipating the needs of his guests,” said Charles Eames, and it’s in that spir
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