Herman Miller Eames Wire Base Table Outdoor
Wire frame, stone top
Made by Herman Miller®
"Design is a plan for arranging elements in such a way as best to accomplish a particular purpose."
A small, low table of elegant rectilinear proportions, the Eames wire base low outdoor table is up to just about any task. Lightweight and easy to move, they are easily arranged and rearranged depending on the occasion. They can be grouped to offer a large surface, or spread out among guests. A selection of stone tops and weather-resistant powder coatings give this classic 1950 Eames design new life outdoors.
Stones are sourced from four North American quarries and are named after their home state: Georgia White Marble, a luminescent stone from the same source that was used to create Daniel Chester French's 1920 sculpture of Lincoln at the Lincoln Memorial; Georgia Grey Marble, a cloudy grey stone from the same location used in the 2004 renovation of New York's Museum of Modern Art; Wisconsin Black Marble, a unique dark stone speckled with lustrous green and grey veins; and Quebec Graphite Granite, a subtly patterned granite composed of deep hues used to rich effect in Chicago's John Hancock Center.
Once extracted, two centimeter-thick slabs of stone are cut to order with a beveled edge derived from the original Eames design and given an eggshell-like honed finish. The base is offered in a white or graphite satin finish.
15.5" w | 13.25" d | 10" h
Charles and Ray Eames