The Eames Institute of Infinite Curiosity—now offers tours of our collection.
Located within our new headquarters, the Eames Archives is now open for curator-led, guided tours.
The Eames Institute is a nonprofit public charity that aims to equip everyone with the lessons of Ray and Charles Eames—the groundbreaking designers who helped shape the modern world.
Design Q&A: Maurice Woods
When Maurice Woods studied design, Black designers were missing from textbooks and his classrooms. He started Inneract Project to shift paradigms by mentoring students of color.
Llisa Demetrios and Giovanna Castiglioni discuss the challenges and opportunities of building on a legacy of vibrant design.
A Living Laboratory
The practices of design and regenerative agriculture are integrated on our working farm to build a better world for tomorrow.
Containing tens of thousands of artifacts, the Eames Collection is a one-of-a-kind record of Ray and Charles’s extraordinary partnership that encapsulates their unique methodologies and diverse interests. The Eames Institute is responsible for stewarding this remarkable body of work and making it accessible to everyone.
Explore the Latest from the Eames Collection
As the Eames Institute works to fully document, conserve, preserve, and archive the Eames Collection, we offer an ever-growing series of online exhibitions for you to explore the world of Ray and Charles.
Steinberg Meets the Eameses
In the summer of 1950, the artist Saul Steinberg spent a day at play within the Office of Charles and Ray Eames resulting in an iconic collaboration.This link opens the post, "Steinberg Meets the Eameses"
Tables! Tables! Tables!
Eames chairs have always stolen the spotlight, but an adjacent thirty-year legacy of table designs demonstrates the designers’ same thoughtful approach to problem-solving.This link opens the post, "Tables! Tables! Tables!"
Our Online Magazine
At the Eames Institute, design is a way of seeing, thinking, acting, and reacting to the world around us. Inspired by the Eameses’ insatiable curiosity, Kazam! Magazine offers stories about people, projects, and ideas that are shaping a better tomorrow.
The Eames Ranch
A storied location that serves as the spiritual home for the Eames Collection and Ray and Charles’s iterative approach to design, the Eames Ranch will soon be a prototype for regenerative agriculture, water conservation, and land stewardship.