Eames House Bird
Eames House Bird, 1950
Charles and Ray Eames enriched the collage-like interior of their private home, the Eames House, with numerous objects and accessories that they brought back from their travels. For over fifty years, the figure of a black wooden bird has stood Eames House in the centre of the living room – an artefact of American folk art that was evidently highly treasured by the couple, since it also appeared frequently as an accessory in photographs taken by Charles and Ray.
Wood black alder
Body: Solid alder, black lacquer finish.
Legs: Black steel wire