The Eames Foundation has recently launched a fundraising campaign to help save the Eames House in Southern California. In collaboration with the award-winning digital marketing agency Nebo, 500 hand-numbered prints of original works inspired by the geometry and simplicity of Eames designs will be produced and procedes from all sales will go toward preservation efforts.
“Our goal with this campaign is to raise $150,000 toward preserving and protecting the Eames house for the next 250 years,” says Eames Demetrios, chairman of the board of the Eames Foundation.
The foundation has also partnered with Herman Miller and Vitra to establish the Authenticity Fund that will assist in the campaign. The companies will match donations of $75 for each purchased print.
To learn more and support the cause, visit eameshouse250.com.