Eames Splint

FIRST SEEN IN UNCRATE MAGAZINE During World War II, the U.S. Navy commissioned Charles Eames to create a lightweight leg splint to replace the heavy, unwieldy metal splints of the period. A forerunner for the influential work that Eames would later bring to the furniture industry, this sculptural solution is now regarded as a piece of practical art.

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