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Nov172010

Interview | The Story of Eames Furntiure

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—01. Interview with Marilyn Neuhart, author of the book.

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An interview with Marilyn Neuhart, author of "The Story of Eames Furniture", and her husband John. Both have worked with the Eames Office in various capacities from the 1950s. Having been in close proximity to Charles and Ray Eames as well as the members of the Eames Office and their patron manufacturers for almost 30 years, the Neuharts had the extraordinary opportunity to absorb their stories. At their Los Angeles home, they tell the tale of working with Charles Eames in Gestalten.tv's latest look behind the Eames.

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Reader Comments (3)

Obviously a great interview, though I don't know how I feel about you posting it. Have it your way, and we'll have a bunch of idiots running around the streets taking furniture entirely too seriously. Actually, this might be good; you can mimic a clothing style, but with regards to design (furniture, architecture, etc), it is always so damm easy to call someone out when they think they are trying to pull a quick one on you in conversation. If you're going to be all non-sequitur-like, you better have a hefty background knowledge.

That being said, a nice post - I appreciate the absence of your opinion; let the video do the talking.
November 17, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterUlysses
Are you the frantic guy in a Lord of the rings movie line with elf ears and tin foil armor, whirling around asking everybody "Have YOU read the books?!" Why is it always about calling someone out?

You are worried that a “bunch of idiots” will take furniture too seriously?! - I'm lost for words.
November 21, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterC.H.D
Very nice video.
Great furniture.....
November 23, 2010 | Unregistered Commenterwanduhren

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