Aeron is available in a palette of four material expressions centred on elements pulled from the Earth. Onyx is a dramatic ultra-black shade intended to modernise Aeron. Graphite is a distinctive dark grey, with a classic textured finish. Carbon offers a balanced neutral that works equally well in warm and cool environments. Mineral is the lightest and illuminates Aeron’s finer points, ideal for open floor plans and spaces. Each component of the chair was thoughtfully designed, creating a fundamentally harmonious colour palette.
Aeron’s new Onyx Ultra Matte colourway will be available to order from September 2021, in North America. All Aeron colours and configurations will be updated to contain ocean-bound plastic and will be available to order soon. Other use-cases with ocean-bound plastic including OE1, packaging and the Revenio textile collection are in production now.
About Herman Miller
Herman Miller is a globally recognised leader in design. Since its inception in 1905, the company’s innovative, problem-solving designs and furnishings have inspired the best in people wherever they live, work, learn, heal and play. In 2018, Herman Miller created Herman Miller Group, a purposefully selected, complementary family of brands that includes Colebrook Bosson Saunders, DWR, Geiger, HAY, Maars Living Walls, Maharam, naughtone and Nemschoff. Guided by a shared purpose – design for the good of humankind – Herman Miller Group shapes places that matter for customers while contributing to a more equitable and sustainable future for all. For more information visit www.hermanmiller.com/about-us.
About NextWave Plastics
NextWave Plastics is an industry-led, open-source collaboration among leading technology companies and consumer brands to develop the first global network of ocean-bound plastics supply chains. Convened by Lonely Whale, this consortium aims to keep plastic in our economy and out of the ocean and has committed to preventing 25,000 tonnes of plastic waste from entering the oceans by 2025 across countries most impacted by plastic pollution. Members include Dell Technologies, Bureo, CPI Card Group, Herman Miller, HP Inc, Humanscale, IKEA, Interface, Solgaard and Trek Bicycle. In 2021, NextWave was awarded the top honours at the United Nations SDG Action Awards, which recognise organisations from around the world who are mobilising, inspiring and connecting individuals to make positive change for people and the planet. To learn more, visit www.nextwaveplastics.org, follow on Twitter at @NxtWavePlastics, or connect on LinkedIn.