The Eames House was built in 1949, by husband and wife Charles and Ray Eames as part of the Case Study Program. The design of the home helped revolutionize modern architecture and push its limits, by introducing prefabricated materials into residential architecture. The main living space boasted an open and versatile design that allowed multi use of the space both vertically and horizontally. We apologize for the lack of proper photo credits as these photos have been collected over time. Some are from the Eames Foundation. If you know the source of others please leave them in a comment.