Purchased from an Evans Products employee, the two developmental forms offered here were produced by the Eames Office in 1945. These objects were part of a program to produce sample plywood forms for exhibitions and to expose new manufacturing firms to the possibilities of plywood. The curved form is an early exploration of what would become their Folding Screen design only with a deeper contour. Originally mounted for display by the Eames office, one of the present forms was also included in an early museum design exhibition in 1946.