Charles Eames, Ray Eames
In 1966, the Eames Office and Herman Miller introduced a new family of upholstered fiberglass chairs, referred to collectively as the Dash-Ninety Nine. The seat backs of these chairs were Naugahyde, and the seats themselves were fabric. This chair also features the “posture pad” molded back. DSX-36 stands for Dining (height) Side (chair) X (base) 36 (this type of upholstery on a posture pad chair).
The Cincinnati Milling Machine Company logo (“C” with a six-pointed star) and the Herman Miller logo and word mark are embossed on the underside of the shell. There is also a paper manufacturer's label.
- Manufacturer: Herman Miller, Inc.
- Medium:Fiberglass, leather, textile, steel
- Dimensions:32 1/4 x 19 x 21 in. (81.9 x 48.3 x 53.3 cm); Weight: 17 lb. (7.7 kg)
- Design Date:1966