July 30, 2012
Where do you stay when it’s time to take your office on the road? Here is a quick peek at a few spots across the globe that feature some of our most work- (and rest-) friendly pieces in a variety of hotel settings.
Ample desk space and a flexible Mirra Chair help a busy business traveler stay on task at the Hilton Garden Inn Frankfurt Airport. Photo: hiltongardeninn3.hilton.com
Designed by Terence Conran, the Charles and Ray Eames Room in London’s Boundary hotel lives up to its name: an Eames Lounge Chair and Ottoman, Aluminum Group Management Chair, Wire Base Low Table, and Hang-It-All all call the space home. Photo: Paul Raeside and Lisa Linder / theboundary.co.uk
Once home to 19th-century tobacco and Bourbon warehouses, the very artsy 21c Museum Hotel now keeps Aeron Chairs in its spacious guest rooms and suites in Louisville, KY. Photo: 21cmuseumhotels.com
A collection of Aeron Chairs keep meetings comfortable in the business center of downtown Chicago’s Sofitel Chicago Water Tower. Photo: sofitel.com
A compact (yet efficient) guest-room workspace offers the use of a Mirra Chair in New York’s Wyndham Garden Chelsea Hotel. Photo: wyndham.com
The luxe Gene Autry Residence (yes, that Gene Autry) at the Parker Palm Springs contains an Eames Lounge Chair and Ottoman to keep guests, ahem, humming right along. Photo: theparkerpalmsprings.com
Have you spotted any Herman Miller furnishings during your business travels? Let us know about it in the Comments section now.
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