Less than one percent of all businesses last long enough to celebrate their hundredth birthday—a distinction we’re proud to have achieved. Along the way, Herman Miller has focused on design and worked with some talented designers. As a result, we have some good design stories.
Did you know a focus group of seniors led Bill Stumpf and Don Chadwick to design the Aeron chair? Or that a back injury helped Bob Propst imagine systems furniture? Good Design: Stories from Herman Miller is an opportunity to learn how chance conversations and everyday experiences were the catalysts for products that have defined the way we live and work.
The exhibit’s next stop is the Austin Museum of Art in Austin, Texas. Please stop by if you’re in the area.