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How a Leg Splint Shaped the Iconic Eames Chair

Before Charles and Ray Eames made their name with modernist chairs, they perfected the molding of plywood with a military leg splint for World War II. The post How a Leg Splint Shaped the Iconic Eames Chair appeared first on Hyperallergic.
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