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1950s Inspired
DAW Style Plastic Dining Armchair, Wooden Legs, Cool Grey

The renowned Charles Eames DAW Dining Chair has developed into a modern-day furniture icon. Its ageless characteristi ...

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Product Summary
  • Charles Eames DAW Style Plastic Dining Armchair
  • Dimensions: Height 82cm, Width 60cm, Depth 50cm, Seat Height 44cm
  • Comfortable curved plastic shell with solid wood legs
  • Trademark Charles Eames style base
  • Stylish 1940s design
  • Self assembly required
  • Choose from a wide range of colours


The brightly coloured DAW Chair Plastic, first designed in 1948, is one of the most recognisable pieces from Eames’s furniture collection. Our replica, much adheres to the original design. It boasts a unique flowing shell seat, beautifully designed to fit the contours of the body. Features include a rolled edge, cleverly design to, remove any pressure on the back of the legs. The ultimate in comfort and style. A modern day furniture icon, this stunning replica, remains a go-to piece, perfect for injecting colour and style into home interiors, cafés or restaurant spaces.

This triumph of design was created for the "Low Cost Furniture Design" Competition at the New York Museum of Modern Art and went on to become the first mass-produced plastic chair. The innovative methods of moulding became a mid-century hit.

Famous Designs produces the shell of this design classic, in a quality polypropylene plastic, available in several bright colours, including teal, pastel green, light grey, warm grey, black, beige and white. It is supported by statement wooden legs interconnected by chrome wires, adding an intricate touch to contrast with the chair’s simple, organic design.

The names Charles and Ray Eames are only used to describe the characteristics of the goods made to the original design, and not as a trademark.