Tuesday, April 11, 2006

Eames House - Charles & Raye Eames

The 1940s Eames House showed that with the right amount of ability and careful design, 'off-the-shelf' steel componentry could produce a delightful and thoroughly liveable Californian house.

The picture at right is a 3d rendering of the famous Shulman photograph at left above.

LINKS: Charles Eames - Great Buildings Online
Eames Foundation website
Eames House - Shulman collection

TAGS: Architecture

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2 Comments:

Anonymous tincanman said...

PC, is that photograph at the bottom of the same house? It looks like it, but wanted to be sure. It really is gorgeous. That's the type of space I would want to live in.

4/11/2006 01:54:00 pm  
Blogger PC said...

Yep, sure is. Is that a deposit check to start work I see heading my way? :-)

4/11/2006 07:25:00 pm  

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