See also: Eames
Ray-Bernice Alexandra Kaiser Eames (born with Sacramento the December 15th 1912 and died with Los Angeles the August 21st 1988) is an artist, Designer, Architecte and American director of cinema. She starts by studying the painting abstracted with Hans Hoffmann between 1933 and 1939.
In September 1940 it begins its studies with the Cranbrook Academy off Art with Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, where it meets Charles, that it marries in 1941. Settling with Los Angeles, California, Charles and Ray Eames will have a career of designers of most important of the 21e century. Even if the creative force of the couple is recognized, Ray is often omitted in their common work.
One of the most known parts of their work is the Eames Lounge Chair , American interpretation modern of the British armchair Club .
Ray Eames dies in Los Angeles in 1988, ten years day for day after Charles.
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