Charles Eames DSW Plastic Chair (Dining height Side chair Wood) was a winning entry of the Low Cost Design Competition organised by the New York Museum of Modern Art in 1948.
Recognised for its revolutionary design, combining comfort and original style, the DSW has remained a celebrated furniture classic of the 20th Century. The ergonomically curved form is perfectly adapted to the shape of the body and the combination of wood and black metal wires of the base add to the aesthetic value of the design as well as ensuring the stability of the chair.
Cult Furniture produces the DSW with stylish wooden legs, interconnected using black metal wires. The seat is made from polyurethane and is available in a variety of vibrant colours.