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Vitra has now extended the palette of the Eames Wire Chair DKR to include four fresh colours, which look good not only in the dining room but also in the garden. Designed in 1951, the Vitra Eames Wire Chair (DKR: Dining Knot-Wire Chair Rod-base) is a variation on the theme of the organically shaped one-piece seat shell, pairing transparent lightness with technological sophistication.

Their intention was to design a light and durable chair using a minimal amount of materials. Inspired by the DSR chair, the first industrially produced plastic chair, they came up with an intelligent design solution which uses a wireframe grid and a classic Eames Eiffel base to create a functional and honest chair with a unique expression.

Despite being an all-metal chair it is very comfortable due to the carefully sculpted form. Impressive yet subtle this iconic chair is a great addition to a broad array of interior and exterior spaces. DKR models with a powder-coated finish (not chrome) are suited for both indoor and outdoor use.

The DKR Chair can be paired with Vitra Soft Seats (Type B) for maximum comfort.

Eames DKR Wire Chair - New Colours

Eames DKR Wire Chair - New Colours

by Vitra

Regular price £500.00 GBP
Regular price Sale price £500.00 GBP
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Technical Information

Dimensions:-
Width: 49 cm, Depth: 51 cm, Height: 85 cm, Seat Height: 43 cm, Seat Depth: 43 cm 

Materials/Construction

Seat shell: bent and welded steel wire (powder-coated). The powder-coated version is suitable for outdoor use.

Base: four-legged base with cross struts, surface finish matched to seat shell.

Glides: fitted with plastic glides for carpet. Felt glides for hard floors are available upon request. 

Vitra has now extended the palette of the Eames Wire Chair DKR to include four fresh colours, which look good not only in the dining room but also in the garden. Designed in 1951, the Vitra Eames Wire Chair (DKR: Dining Knot-Wire Chair Rod-base) is a variation on the theme of the organically shaped one-piece seat shell, pairing transparent lightness with technological sophistication.

Their intention was to design a light and durable chair using a minimal amount of materials. Inspired by the DSR chair, the first industrially produced plastic chair, they came up with an intelligent design solution which uses a wireframe grid and a classic Eames Eiffel base to create a functional and honest chair with a unique expression.

Despite being an all-metal chair it is very comfortable due to the carefully sculpted form. Impressive yet subtle this iconic chair is a great addition to a broad array of interior and exterior spaces. DKR models with a powder-coated finish (not chrome) are suited for both indoor and outdoor use.

The DKR Chair can be paired with Vitra Soft Seats (Type B) for maximum comfort.

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Charles and Ray Eames

This product is designed by
Charles and Ray Eames

Charles and Ray were a married couple who fundamentally changed the way furniture and buildings are designed and manufactured - playing a large role at the inception of the Modernist movement. They worked with Herman Miller and then later Vitra in the 1950’s to pioneer new technologies in moulded plywood, plastic resin and wire mesh products.

Charles was by highly influenced by the Finnish Architect Eliel Saarinen who encouraged Eames to move to Michigan to further study Architecture at the Cranbrook Academy of Art. He became friends with Eliel’s son Eero and together they created a prize-winning furniture entry for New York’s MOMA museum ‘Organic Design in Home Furnishings’ competition. Ray Eames was born as...