Art Prints Raise Funds to Protect
the Eames House

Design News 02.12.13

The Eames Foundation has launched a new campaign to preserve and protect the Eames House. 500 each of 4 different original designs inspired by the famous case study are for sale. The organization aims to raise $150,000 to maintain the landmark for the next 250 years. Together, Herman Miller and Vitra are matching the price of the prints, $75, for each one sold.

In other news, check out the world's most innovative companies (including Fab), and a Frank Lloyd Wright home is for sale. See the headlines after the jump.

Eames House 250 Challenge | Eames Foundation 
The World's 50 Most Innovative Companies 2013 | Fast Company
Want To Live In A Frank Lloyd Wright House? It Will Only Cost You $1.79 Million | Architizer

(Image: Eames Foundation)

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