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Hang-It-All (1953), Charles & Ray Eames

Charles (1907–1978) and Ray Eames (1912–1988) were American designers who made major contributions to modern architecture and furniture. Their lounge chair, plywood chair and fiberglass chair also feature on Wikiconic. Their main goal was to to develop furniture that was affordable and could be mass-produced.

Designed in 1953, The Eames Hang-It-All first appeared as storage for childrens’ belongings. Today, the Hang-It-All found its way into artful foyers as an entryway statement. The original colour composition of the Hang-It-All was conceived by Ray Eames and featured multicolored hooks on a white wire frame:


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