Nelson Thin Edge Buffet Designed by George Nelson for Herman Miller® This richly veneered buffet not only looks and feels exquisite, but it also offers a high degree of utility. Hinged doors house two adjustable shelves and four deep drawers—all with soft-closing slides—provide functional storage for dining or meeting rooms .
Designed by Charles and Ray Eames for Herman Miller® A timeless classic, the Eames Lounge Chair and Ottoman was introduced in 1956. At the time, there was nothing like it—and all these years later, that's still the case. It's no wonder the design has been in high demand and continuous production ever since.
Designed by Leon Ransmeier for Herman Miller® A sculptural plane 29 inches above ground level, the AGL Table, in its 48"x95" conference configuration, makes a stunning dining or meeting room table. Defined by its soft, welcoming edge and efficient understructure, it communicates sophistication and intelligence.
Responsive support for posture change The T2 Height-Adjustable Desk has an adventurous personality and an intelligent motor that responds to your needs and your choices. It facilitates different postures throughout the day—from sit to stand—supporting an agile workspace and personal well-being.
Wireframe Sofa The Wireframe Sofa by designers Sam Hecht and Kim Colin reflects how we live today. Lightweight and versatile, Wireframe shifts with ease to meet the continually evolving needs of a space, and the people who work and relax in it.
Eames Sofa Compact Designed by Charles and Ray Eames for Herman Miller® What's compact about a sofa that's 6 feet wide and seats three adults comfortably? Not your upholstery options; they're numerous. Not comfort either. Although the sofa extends only 2.5 feet from a wall, it offers support from shoulders to knees.
Designed by George Nelson for Herman Miller® In 1946, George Nelson designed a series of modular storage units, which included this compact, solid wood cabinet. It features three drawers to easily tuck away items, and is available in a choice of two finishes, with or without legs.
Designed by George Nelson for Herman Miller® George Nelson wanted to design a simply beautiful table that was sturdy and useful for many tasks. So he did. Spread out your work, set it for dinner, or clear it for a hobby. Three widths and two depths make it easy to find the right size for your needs
Nelson Platform Bench Designed by George Nelson for Herman Miller® This 1946 design—part of George Nelson's first collection for Herman Miller—was a multitasker long before multitasking was common. It ably serves as a table, a base for his Basic Cabinet Series storage, or a seat. Features ebonized, finger-jointed wood legs.
Tuxedo Museum Bench A longer, leaner version of the Tuxedo bench, the sleek Tuxedo Museum Bench features slim steel legs and a low profile perfect for looking at fine art or having a chat. This elegant anchor for a gallery or lounge space makes sitting, and viewing, a delight.