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Mid-Century Modern Pioneers

Home to many iconic lighting and furniture collections, Herman Miller’s long list of collaborators include Isamu Noguchi, Alexander Girard and, of course, Charles and Ray Eames, just to name a few. From the multi-functionalist, aerodynamic design of the Sayl chair to the iconic yet then-experimental look of Nelson Bubble Lamps, Herman Miller’s quintessentially modern aesthetic has earned them space in museums around the world.

 

With a design catalog complete with some of the most recognizable pieces that define mid-century modernism, Herman Miller continues to attract designers from across the globe who seek to bring their ideas for stylized functionality to life. With an eye on an ever-more modern future, Herman Miller remains committed to producing designs that center quality, comfort and sustainability for the homes and offices of today.

Mid-Century Modern Pioneers

Home to many iconic lighting and furniture collections, Herman Miller’s long list of collaborators include Isamu Noguchi, Alexander Girard and, of course, Charles and Ray Eames, just to name a few. From the multi-functionalist, aerodynamic design of the Sayl chair to the iconic yet then-experimental look of Nelson Bubble Lamps, Herman Miller’s quintessentially modern aesthetic has earned them space in museums around the world.

 

With a design catalog complete with some of the most recognizable pieces that define mid-century modernism, Herman Miller continues to attract designers from across the globe who seek to bring their ideas for stylized functionality to life. With an eye on an ever-more modern future, Herman Miller remains committed to producing designs that center quality, comfort and sustainability for the homes and offices of today.

George Nelson:
The Father of Mid-Century Modern Design

A pioneer of American modernism, George Nelson was a renaissance man of his time. From interviewing leading architects to teaching up-and-coming designers, to creating some of the most iconic designs still revered today, Nelson influenced the industry throughout his lifetime and is now fondly remembered as the father of mid-century modern design.

Buyers Guide to the Aeron Chair

Dubbed the “Dot-Com Throne” by New York Magazine in 2006, the Aeron chair has been a mainstay in tech-boom offices from its inception to the present day. And it’s no wonder why. The Aeron chair has been meticulously designed (and recently redesigned) to remain a pioneering, innovative and customizable office chair for years to come.

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