The Knitted Eames Wire Chair Is A Popular Chair Made Out Of Bent Wire

Creating a popular piece of furniture needs not to be new like the knitted Eames Wire Chair, which was first introduced in 1951 by Charles and Ray Eames and now recreated by Akira Ishikawa.

Knitted Eames Wire Chair

The chair has gained so much attention, thus a popular piece when it was introduced and now still holding its popularity as Akira Ishikawa enhances the look and feel of the chair by putting on some cushion on the chair’s seat and backrest. Looking at the picture, it looks like the designer uses a knitted yarn thread to create the seat and backrest cushion making the once classic Wire Chair into a new and modern knitted Eames wire chair.

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