Bridging the Past and Present Designers

In his introduction to our 1952 catalog, George Nelson noted that the Collection “is strengthened by the participation of a group of designers who share Herman Miller's particular attitudes.” With that in mind, the Herman Miller Collection presents updated archival offerings as well as new designs from today’s top talent–a bridge between Herman Miller’s past, present, and future. You’ll find designs from the 1950s

by Charles and Ray Eames juxtaposed next to pieces by Bruce Burdick from the 1980s anchored effortlessly by furnishings from today by BassamFellows. Seen together, in every type of environment, you realize they speak the same language, and that they are built from the same set of timeless design principles that have guided Herman Miller from the start.