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HermanMiller Collection
Formwork Tray, Large and Small

Formwork Tray, Large and Small

Sam Hecht and Kim Colin approached the design of Formwork by examining the items that populate our lives and our desks. In their design for the line’s small and large trays, they gave each a cantilevered ledge to allow the placement of items in order of usefulness—giving you ready access to some things and letting you place others in the background.

Formwork Paper Tray

Formwork Paper Tray

With so much emphasis on the digital, it is surprising how much paper still clutters desktops, kitchen counters, and workshops. Acknowledging that paper will always be with us, Sam Hecht and Kim Colin created Paper Trays that stand alone, and stack with other trays or Formwork elements. A gently sloped lip makes picking up the pieces easy.

Paper Tray

Paper Tray

Keeps papers and other items handy. With its cord management option, it can manage the cords on your smartphone or other device. Choose 10 or 16 inches wide. Integrates with stacking multiple units. Rail-attached or freestanding.

Vertical Tray

Vertical Tray

Strong enough to hold binders, books, and folders. Keeps them upright for easy access. Rail-attached or freestanding.

Diagonal Tray

Diagonal Tray

Three slots. The transparent dividers can be moved to support right- or left-handed access to papers and folders. Rail-attached or freestanding.

Telephone Tray

Telephone Tray

This swiveling telephone tray supports your phone or other device, giving you greater flexibility to move about your desk. The telephone tray also attaches to an optional armature, which clamps to the desk surface to free up valuable space while keeping your tools within reach.

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