Case Study House No. 8, designed by Charles and Ray Eames in 1949, is a landmark in mid-century modern architecture, located in Pacific Palisades, California. Part of the influential Case Study House program, which aimed to design and build inexpensive and efficient model homes for the United States residential housing boom caused by the end of World War II, the Eames House stands as a testament to the design prowess of the Eameses. The house is notable for its modular design and the innovative use of off-the-shelf industrial materials, which was groundbreaking at the time. With its colorful exterior panels and simple, rectangular structure, the Eames House reflects the designers' philosophy of making the best for the most for the least. The interior, a mix of workspace and living area, showcases the Eameses' eclectic personal style and their belief in the integration of life and work. The house remains an enduring symbol of post-war modernist architecture and a showcase of the Eameses' influential design approach.
Printed on 310gsm Giclée Hahnemühle German Etching
- 30x45 cm (12x18 inches) is a limited edition of 100
- 40x60 cm (16x24 inches) is a limited edition of 50
- 50x75 cm (20x30 inches) is a limited edition of 25
For all limited editions a certificate of authenticity is included