Charles Eames

Charles Eames was an American designer, architect, and filmmaker who, along with his wife Ray, played a pivotal role in shaping the course of modern architecture and furniture design. Best known for their contributions to mid-century modern design, the Eameses were celebrated for their innovative use of materials like plywood and fiberglass and for iconic creations such as the Eames Lounge Chair. Their collaborative approach transcended individual disciplines, leaving a lasting impact on not just design and architecture but also on educational films, exhibitions, and the philosophy of design as a way to solve complex, real-world problems.