handeyesupply:

IBM, 1962
Note the Eero Saarinen Womb Chairs on the second floor and Tulip chairs and tables on the third. Appropriate as he designed the building as well. I bet some young techie hotshot in a turtleneck drives that Triumph TR3 in the center.  
Via Shorpy

handeyesupply:

IBM, 1962

Note the Eero Saarinen Womb Chairs on the second floor and Tulip chairs and tables on the third. Appropriate as he designed the building as well. I bet some young techie hotshot in a turtleneck drives that Triumph TR3 in the center. 

Via Shorpy

robertodurangutierrez:

1959 · Glimpses of the U.S.A. · Charles & Ray Eames

For its first USSR-USA cultural exchange , the U.S.I.A. commissioned the Eameses to make this film on “a day in the life of the United States.” The thirteen minute film, with narration read by Charles Eames, was projected on to seven twenty-by-thirty foot screens installed in a 250-foot diameter geodesic dome designed by Buckminster Fuller, in Moscow’s Sokolniki Park. It was a dynamic introduction to the American National Exhibition.

(Source: eamesoffice.com)