This 3d model is compatible with: 3ds MAX 9 or above
3ds MAX and V-Ray
3ds MAX and Mental Ray
Available by the fbx, obj file formats
Formats and versions
Available formats and versions:
Sketchup resource package (.skp)3.06 mb
Google Sketch-up file format with materials and textures.
Autodesk 3ds Max resource package (.max)2.81 mb
3dsMAX 9 or above file format ready to use with Chaos Group Vray, Mental ray and Scanline render systems.
OBJ and FBX resource package (.obj, .fbx)4.03 mb
OBJ an FBX files with diffuse colors and textures.
Abvent Artlantis resource package (.aof)1.46 mb
Abvent Artlantis file format with materials, proper shaders and textures.
Cinema4D resource package (.c4d)1.23 mb
Cinema4D files with basic materials and textures
Autodesk 3ds resource package (.3ds)2.2 mb
Native 3ds files with textures
One purchase gives access to all file formats available. By default only .max file format is selected for download. During the checkout process and before downloading a model you will see a list of available file formats to make your selection.
The Eames Plastic Side Chair is Vitra's re-edition of the now legendary Eames Fibreglass Chair. It is based on the original 1950 design - the first industrially manufactured plastic chair. In 1993, Vitra discontinued production for ecological reasons, as fibreglass cannot be recycled. Thanks to recent advances in technology and materials, we are now proud to offer the Eames Plastic Chair - in the exact same shape, but made of polypropylene. The chair with solid-coloured seat shell made of polypropylene on various bases. Optionally with basic dark felt glides for hard flooring. Bases with chrome finish or powder coated dark grey. The shell of the Eames Plastic Chair is connected to the metal frame using shock mounts, resulting in a comfortable seat even over long periods. The chair is a good choice for a wide variety of settings, both indoors and outdoors; for domestic use, restaurants, waiting areas, offices, conference rooms, or even large auditoriums.
DSW (Dining Side Shell Wood) is a version of the Eames Plastic Side Chairs with the wooden base that Charles and Ray Eames first used in 1951 for the Wire Chair. The unusual combination of materials with the conical round steel bars results in a solid design and lends this chair an independent character.
Wooden base in maple, stained and varnished, with basic dark tubular steel cross-supports.