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Limited Edition Eames Lounge Chair

Herman Miller is of course famous for its Eames Lounge Chair. Nothing new. But, this natural leather edition it an awesome result of Miller collaborating with 3sixteen. And it's going to be very hard to get your hands on this one.

This natural vegetable-tanned version of the classic Eames Lounge chair and ottoman was first released in 1956 and Eames wanted the leather to be like a "well-used first baseman's mitt". 3sixteen is honering this by using the hand-oiled santos palisander wood veneer shell.

There will only be 3 sets made and they won't be up for sale. 3sixteen says they are "planning to document the chairs over the years as they age." Good luck with that.