Meyer House / Charles Eames + Robert Walsh

Charles Eames is best known for the moulded plywood chairs that became a mainstay of mid century modern design. But one of his earliest projects was this six bedroom, six bath home in Huntleigh, Missouri. Called the Meyer House after its original owners, the sprawling 675 square metre structure was designed by Eames in 1937 in partnership with Robert Walsh, and it’s now on the market for the first time in over 55 years — via Curbed

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