Charles and Ray Eames
When the ESU was introduced by Herman Miller in 1950, its bold primary colors and industrial materials, salvaged by Charles and Ray Eames from war-surplus stores, created shockwaves throughout the design industry. Now a classic of 20th century design, the ESU still sets standards for functional, smart storage.
made by Herman Miller, USA, 1950
material ash plywood, laminate, lacquered masonite, zinc-plated steel, rubber
size 24 w x 16 d x 32 ½ h in
condition Feet are mismatched. Light patina from age and use. Overall excellent condition.