Today marks the launch of the Herman Miller Collection, a comprehensive portfolio of furnishings inspired by George Nelson’s vision of the “continuing creation of a permanent collection designed to meet fully the requirements for modern living.” For every environment from home to office, the Collection presents beautiful solutions with an array of updated classics and new designs. Get a first look with these six new selections.
1. Nelson X-Leg Table, designed by George Nelson, 1950 – Clean and elegant, this versatile table moves seamlessly from living and dining rooms, to the office and workspace. Customize the distinctive design with your choice two laminates and three veneers including walnut, white ash, and santos palisander. The surface sits atop legs in trivalent chrome, white, or black. Find all the options at Herman Miller.
2. Nelson Pedestal Stool, designed by George Nelson, 1954 – Originally designed in 1954, the cheerful but sophisticated silhouette of the Pedestal Stool is well suited for the present. With its modest size, it’s the perfect solution for smaller spaces or combine a few to add a vibrant accent of color and utility. Choose yours at Herman Miller.
3. Eames Molded Plywood Dining Chair Upholstered, designed by Charles and Ray Eames, 1946 – The gentle, curving shape of the Eames Molded Plywood Chair set the standard for modern furniture design. The addition of an upholstered version increases its contoured comfort and accents with hint of color, creating a stylish, inviting space for living and dining. Choose from several veneer and upholstery options at Herman Miller.
4. H Frame Coffee Table, designed by Ward Bennett, 1963 – With its elegant and minimal form, the H Frame Coffee Table is a showcase of precise proportions and natural materials. Accent executive offices and home interiors with a wide range of stone, wood, and glass surfaces. Configure yours at Herman Miller.
5. Spun Chair, designed by Thomas Heatherwick, 2010 – Sitting upright, the Spun silhouette suggests a spinning sculptural vessel, but on its side this ingenious rotational-molded design spins you around a full 360 degrees. A beguiling, spirited chair, everyone will want to take a turn in. Take a spin at Herman Miller.
Watch Steve Frykholm and other Herman Miller team members take Spun for a spin!
6. Nelson Thin Edge Buffet, designed by George Nelson, 1952 – With its sleek profile and exquisite veneers, the Thin Edge Buffet continues Nelson’s tradition of unified style and utility. Generous storage capacity — in the form of two adjustable shelves and four deep drawers — combined with environmentally sustainable construction make it the perfect solution for living and working today. Find yours at Herman Miller.