Welcome to the Eames Foundation


Work Zone: Roof Work Advisory
The Eames House visiting hours will be reduced as needed between now and
mid-December, 2014 in order to accommodate the re-roofing of the Eames House and Studio. Appointments are required so visitors may keep abreast of closures.

HO_UC_n017smBut we still want you to visit when we are open. Please make a reservation at least 48 hours in advance, and to avoid disappointment, provide your phone number so that we may contact you in the case our restoration work requires a closure. Please be assured, we will make every effort to accommodate those with reservations during a work closing. How to Visit

We appreciate your patience and cooperation during this time.

Design Addresses Itself to the Need

Thank You!

Thank you to all our supporters who have purchased Eames Foundation prints in support of the Eames House. See embossing detail!

Please consider supporting us by checking out these prints at http://www.eameshouse250.org. All funds raised will enable on-going conservation work on the House and its contents under our 250 Year Project. Thank you to all the folks at Nebo, for gifting us with this inspiring, award-winning website. We are thrilled that Design Within Reach has partnered with us to spread the word about this project, and that our Founding Sponsors Herman Miller and Vitra have supported the campaign via the Authenticity Fund.

Charles and Ray

Charles and Ray EamesCharles and Ray Eames are well-known for their contributions to furniture and industrial design, films, exhibitions, toys and architecture. They approached problem solving as an adventure, combining discipline with a sense of play. Together with the multi-talented Eames Office staff, the pair set a standard for design excellence that still inspires current generations.

Come visit us at the Eames House… and gain a greater understanding of the Eameses’ work. As Eames Demetrios, Chairman of the Board, wrote in An Eames Primer: “The journey of creating this house—and the finished product—resonate with many of the themes of their other work: the guest/host relationship, the honest use of materials, universalizing from the specific, and, above all, the learn-by-doing process.”

Eames Diagram of DesignCharles once said, “Eventually everything connects—people, ideas, objects… the quality of the connections is the key to quality per se… I don’t believe in this ‘gifted few’ concept, just in people doing things they are really interested in doing. They have a way of getting good at whatever it is”.

We are delighted to share the joy and philosophy of Charles and Ray Eames and to preserve the Eames House for future generations to delight in.

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