An example of an Eames chair.
Eames chair definition by Webster's New World
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an upholstered swivel chair on rubber mounts, shaped to fit the body
Origin: ; from Eames, a trademark for such a chair; after C. Eames (1907-78), its United States designer
Eames chair definition by American Heritage Dictionary
A trademark used for a functional chair, originally of molded plywood, with seat and back pieces shaped to the contours of the human body.