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The original book jacket for the Eames Office book, A COMPUTER PERSPECTIVE. By The Office of Charles and Ray Eames, originally published by Harvard University Press. @harvard

EAMES Office: A COMPUTER PERSPECTIVE [A sequence of century ideas, events, and artifacts from the history of the information machine].

Ray Eames was a founding member of the American Abstract Artists group. Charles always joked and said, that in the beginning she was much more famous than him. Photo Credit: Eames Office LLC

Ray Eames was a founding member of the American Abstract Artists group. Charles always joked and said, that in the beginning she was much more famous than him.

Eames House: An Appreciation of the Work of Charles & Ray Eames: James Barkley

Eames House: An Appreciation of the Work of Charles & Ray Eames: James Barkley

1966 #Eames magazine interview, with glorious photo of #Eames aluminum group table and chairs.

1966 magazine interview, with glorious photo of aluminum group table and chairs.

Eames Design: John Neuhart, Marilyn Neuhart: 9780810908796: Amazon.com: Books

Charles and Ray Eames

AN EAMES ANTHOLOGY, the first collection of writings by Charles and Ray Eames.  You can buy your copy now in The Eames Shop   http://shop.eamesoffice.com/an-eames-anthology.html

Hosted by the Society of Architectural Historians and Herman Miller, Daniel Ostroff, editor of An Eames Anthology, will discuss some surprises and new insights

From An Eames Anthology James B. O'Connell, "A Visit with Charles Eames," Think 27. No 4 (April 1961): 7-9.. Yale University Press

Gallery of Charles Eames' Advice for Students - 6

Daniel Ostroff's collection unboxes Charles and Ray Eames' working relationship. - Short, direct, and lively, The Architect's Newspaper is the essential read in the field.

Charles Eames, Herman Miller - Furniture Forum : A Handbook of Contemporary Design (1949)

Charles Eames, Herman Miller - Furniture Forum: A Handbook of Contemporary Design

An Eames Anthology

An Eames Anthology

Images of Early America is a full-color, limited edition book that the Eames Office produced for Herman Miller to distribute as gifts to its staff and customers.  They made the book as a companion piece to the exhibition of the same name, which the Office designed for the furniture company in honor of America’s bicentennial.

With “Images of Early America,” the Eames Office created a concise visual inventory of our country’s origins.

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