In September we shared with you the history of Marigold Lodge and how the home became a part of Herman Miller. We thought we’d show you more of the lodge—and the other buildings that share the property—since Marigold is such a special place to the Herman Miller community. Take a tour through our slide show to see what our guests experience when they visit.
The lodge has eight bedrooms on the second floor, including those of the Gold family. Throughout the home, pieces from the family’s collection decorate the space, including Herman Miller furniture made in the 1930s, before our founder, D.J. De Pree, met Gilbert Rohde.
Other accommodations are located in the Smokehouse (formerly the barbecue house), the Ice House, and the Carriage House. Altogether, Marigold has 21 guest rooms.
Marigold also offers meeting space in the Learning Center, which has four conference rooms, as well as touchdown spaces, group spaces, and a patio. And the Boathouse offers one conference room that easily accommodates a small group.
No matter what the season, Marigold is a treat to visit, whether you’re our guest from out of town or an employee of Herman Miller. Everyone receives a warm welcome in a beautiful environment.