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This is Volume 1 of the Films of Charles & Ray Eames. Undoubtedly the most famous of the Eames films, Powers of Ten is probably one of the most seen short films of the post-war era. This DVD also includes Rough Sketch, the first version of the film made 9 years earlier, and 901: After 45 Years Of Working, an outstanding documentary about the Eames' workspace in Venice, California—and a record of its closing. 901 is directed by Eames Demetrios.
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Charles and Ray Eames are considered two of the most important American designers of all time. Total run time: 51 minutes.
The multifaceted work of Charles and Ray Eames includes several of the most influential modern designs of the 20th century. Their love of ergonomics and function, paired with a pioneering usage of technology and materials, yielded groundbreaking innovations for the home and office. Among their iconic pieces are the plywood LCW and plastic DSR chairs for Herman Miller.