Complementing many other seating lines developed over the years by Charles and Ray Eames, this sofa’s angled profile and clean planes showcase a harmonious combination of fine materials—rich walnut, soft leather, polished aluminum. Back panels are fashioned from solid walnut, polished smooth and hand-finished with gunstock oil. Foam-filled seat cushions, resting on fabric-reinforced rubber webbing, give you resilient body support. Both two- and three-seated versions are available. The design was nearly complete when Charles Eames died in 1978; the Eames Office finished the design, and Herman Miller began manufacturing this last Eames furniture piece in 1984.
Herman Miller leather with two-inch-thick, urethane-filled cushions; seat cushion bottoms covered with 100 percent nylon fabric for ventilation; back cushions backed by plywood. Frame and back are finished in either teak or walnut veneer. Die-cast polished aluminum legs and arm supports and nylon glides. Available in either a two-seat or three-seat version.