People & Work
When your people succeed, so does your business.
People are the most critical asset to every organisation. So why aren’t more offices designed to support their needs and activities? With Living Office, Herman Miller brings humanity back to the workplace to help your people, and your business, succeed.
Providing a Better Work Experience
Through research, Herman Miller identified six fundamental needs that all people share: security, autonomy, belonging, achievement, status and purpose. Living Office is designed to harness our innate motivations to fulfil these needs; it's a place where every element feels right.
By recognising that individuals and organisations have their own unique purpose, character and activities, Living Office transforms the workplace into a powerful instrument that expresses an organisation's unique culture and furthers its unique ambitions.
Design Is for People
Can Public increase the flow of ideas among people? A top design firm finds out.
Good for people, great for business
Living Office transforms places into business assets by helping people work better. See how this happened for Harry’s, a men’s grooming company.
Case Study: Harry's - Efficiency
Adding structure to the Harry's office helped employees be more comfortable and efficient.CTA
With settings tailored to the various tasks people do throughout the day, Harry’s employees are able to work faster and more effectively.
Case Study: Harry's - Knowledge
Learn how changing the make-up of the Harry’s office space led to more knowledge sharing and better get-togethers.CTA
Better Get Togethers
In Harry’s new office, people have a choice of settings where they can share concepts and work together to bring them to life.
On Brand, On Purpose
Harry’s Living Office projects a clear image of what the company is all about; it’s a place anyone would be proud to work.
From profit to prosperity
Define what success means to you.
Living Office will help you achieve it.
Happiness. Well-being. Engagement. Connection. In today’s world of work, success is more than