Height-adjustable tables have become a staple in the home and office environment, offering users variety and comfort regardless of the tasks at hand. These pieces offer immense flexibility, but what if that flexibility could be pushed even further? What if a table could naturally provide more mobility, agility and range, broadening its multi-use capabilities—creating an instant workspace? Herman Miller’s Passport, the brand’s newest table offering, is designed to do all of that—all while keeping space prioritization top of mind.
With the rise in hybrid working, shared office space and demand for innovative home office solutions, designers at Herman Miller saw an opportunity to reimagine the role of a height-adjustable table, resulting in a solution that is both effortlessly useful and endlessly flexible. Passport offers up the ideal, adaptable work surface solution that can perform in a wide variety of spaces including home, corporate and educational environments. Intentionally compact in design, Passport is large enough for the essentials but small enough for tight spaces. It’s available in two sizes, with enough surface space for a laptop, notebook, and even a favorite beverage. One of Passport’s most notable features is its untethered height-adjustable design that doesn’t require a plug or access to power—which, when paired with its single-column base and lightweight construction, enables the user to freely move Passport wherever and whenever it’s needed. Optional bag hooks or privacy screens expand its usage further—all without increasing the footprint.