The Eames Desk Unit was first introduced in 1949 at the Detroit Institute of Arts, receiving praise for its materials and practicality. It was even called working art. Nearly 75 years later, Charles and Ray's home office icon still lives up to those accolades. The desk is constructed with a steel frame with a plywood top. A file drawer on the right side provides storage while its nylon glides protect floors. Available with a zinc frame and natural birch finish or a black frame with natural birch finish.