The bag for the contemporary and sophisticated urban woman meets a mid-20th century modern architecture by Ray and Charles Eames. 

Case Study No. 8 The Eames House. In the latter half of the twentieth century, the wife and husband team of Ray and Charles Eames set a design standard that many feel has yet to be equaled. Their curiosity and creativity touched the design areas of furniture, films, industrial design, architecture and many more. 

The Eames House, was one of the 25 homes built as part of The Case Study House program in Los Angeles. The Case Study House program came into being in the mid-1940s and continued through the early 1960s, largely through the efforts of John Entenza, publisher of Arts and Architecture magazine. 

Ray and Charles moved into the House on Christmas Eve, 1949, and lived here for the rest of their lives.