Vitra Eames plastic chair and edu desk unit 3d model
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Vitra Eames plastic chair and edu desk unit

Vitra Eames plastic chair and edu desk unit

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This is high poly furniture set 3d models
Rendered in vray.
Stack not collapsed.
Textures included.
Model tested checkmate light program.
3ds, fbx, obj files exported without meshsmooth modifier.

No hidden objects
All objects groupped
All objects have materials
No missing textures and texture paths cleared
All objects have 1:1 scale
Model have lights and cameras , just open max file and
Click render and you have same image as preview.
File have gamma 1.0
Unit scale cm 1:1
Model optimised for rendering in 3ds max and v-ray, in other programs may adjust materials and lighting,

Eames Desk Unit EDU
Charles & Ray Eames, 1949
he Eames Desk Unit (EDU) was constructed by Charles and Ray Eames in accordance with the principles of industrial production. The panels function as a modesty shield and partially enclose the two storage compartments. The desk is height-adjustable to accommodate uneven floors.
Table top: plywood with birch veneer (Poland and Finland).
Metal surfaces: black powder-coated finish.
Panels: powder-coated aluminium.
Shelves: maple plywood with birch face veneer (Poland and Finland), transparent lacquer finish.
Legs: individual levelling adjustment.
Applications: recommended for residential use only.

Eames Plastic Chairs
Charles & Ray Eames, 1950
fully upholstered option
Getting the most of the best to the greatest number of people for the least': with these words, Charles and Ray Eames described one of their main goals as furniture designers. None of their other designs come as close to achieving this ideal as the Plastic Chairs. For years, the designer couple explored the fundamental idea of a one-piece seat shell moulded to fit the contours of the human body. After experiments with plywood and sheet aluminium in the 1940s produce unsatisfactory results, their search for alternative materials led them to glass-fibre reinforced polyester resin.

Ceramic Clocks, Model #2
George Nelson, 1953
The Ceramic Clocks by George Nelson combine geometric and organic shapes in a way that is both playful and sculptural, evoking associations with three-dimensional works by artists like Constantin Brancusi or Isamu Noguchi.

Coffee Mugs - Eyes
Alexander Girard, 1971
The designer and architect Alexander Girard created a number of restaurant interiors, for which he also developed coordinated objects and accessories. The motifs featured on the Coffee Mugs have their origins and inspiration in these rich and varied environments.

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