Charles Eames and Ray Kaiser Eames formed a creative couple known for their architectural and furniture designs, as well as their works in the textile, photographic, and film fields.
They also worked in the field of education with public exhibitions on scientific and technological topics, sometimes in collaboration with IBM.
Their joint work contributed to the development of postwar American modern art and the Californian style.
This volume includes numerous examples of the Eames' work, depicting the duo's creative lives, not only as chair designers, but also as well-rounded professionals who aspired to convey information and theoretical principles through a broader perspective of design. .
Texts in Spanish.