Herman Miller’s New Table Was Made From Wood From The Eames’ Estate

Sep 9, 2019

Category: Living

Constructed back in 1949, the Eames House is a national landmark that stands as an important display of mid-century modern architecture. VITRA and Herman Miller teamed up to create the limited edition Eucalyptus LTR Table, which is built using eucalyptus wood from the Eames House property.

Last year, two enormous trees were cut down on the Eames House property for maintenance purposes. So, to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the iconic Eames House, the trees were used to build 600 tops for the LTR table, which was designed by Charles and Ray Eames. These exclusive tables were built using the same wire technique used to make the original 1950 model. The limited-run tables represent a warm guest-host relationship, providing you with excellent function and beauty to tie your living room together. You can add the VITRA and Herman Miller Eames Eucalyptus LTR Table to your set of furniture today for $749.

Purchase: $749

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