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Help us share the Eameses’ joy and rigor with future visitors, so they may have a direct experience of Charles and Ray’s approach to life and work.

Charles died on June 10, 2004, at the age of 73. At the time, he was working on a duets album called Genius Loves Company that featured Charles' collaborations with Elton John, Bonnie Raitt, Norah Jones and Van Morrison. The album was released in August 2004, won countless awards, and hit #2 on the Billboard charts.

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The film's credits state that Ray is based on true events, but includes some characters, names, locations, and events which have been changed and others which have been "fictionalized for dramatization purposes." Examples of the fictionalized scenes include:

Interior decor was a living thing for the Eameses. The house was furnished with their own designs, and the art and objects collected on their travels – including tumbleweed picked up on their honeymoon – were regularly added and rearranged. Now managed by the Eames Foundation and available for tours, the house was declared a National Historic Landmark in 2007. Home to the Eameses for the rest of their lives, it remains much as they left it, furniture and spirited presence included.

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