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We headed over to a big warehouse space to look for hidden gems. Here we see a trio of vintage Eames Plastic Arm Chairs, which were first produced in 1950. The Eames first introduced the chair in 1948 as their concept for the Museum of Modern Art's "International Competition for Low-Cost Furniture". Originally conceived in stamped metal for the contest, the Eames and Herman Miller began exploring fiberglass as an ever lower-cost material option. The piece, which has gone through many iterations, was the first mass-produced plastic chair.  Inside the Herman Miller Headquarters by Amanda Dameron
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