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Konrad Wachsmann: On Charles Eames (1978) Part 2 of 221:46

Following a screening of Powers of Ten, Konrad Wachsmann continues speaking about the work of Charles Eames.

He describes how, when the U. S. Bicentennial commissioned the Eames office to design a National Aquarium for Washington, D.C., the entire Eames studio was converted into a deep sea laboratory.

He mentions collaborating with Charles and Ray on an exhibition on Jawaharlal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of India.

Wachsmann expresses particular admiration for Charles’s aerial photographs.

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