|||EA 104 Chair: Stalwart of many an architect’s office. Charles and Ray Eames’ EA chair was designed in 1958. This is the EA 104, one of three released versions that Vitra bought in 2014|Another Vitra re-released, this exuberant ottoman was designed in 1967 as part of Alexander Girad’s rebranding exercise for Braniff International Airlines, which included everything from the airport lounges to matchbooks||
11 Sep 2014

Grant Gibson on conservatism in design

Words by Grant Gibson

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