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.
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.
Noguchi Rudder Table Designed by Isamu Noguchi for Herman Miller® This sculptural coffee table designed by Isamu Noguchi is an updated archival design from 1949. Its two chrome hairpin legs and one wood leg, the shape of which is reminiscent of a ship's rudder, provide a balanced asymmetry.
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.
Designed by George Nelson for Herman Miller® Designer George Nelson often took a good idea and ran with it. And so the same tapered legs and single metal column that provide a solid foundation for his stools, side tables, and storage cabinets lend grace and timelessness to these low coffee tables.
Eames Molded Plywood Coffee Table Metal Base Designed by Charles and Ray Eames After various attempts to draw upon their experiments with molded plywood to create a round coffee table, Charles and Ray Eames landed on one of their most recognizable designs. This simple occasional table has a round plywood top and four slim tubular metal legs.
Designed by Charles and Ray Eames, produced by Herman Miller® Charles and Ray Eames elevated the everyday coat rack into something so fun, you'll think twice before burying a Hang-It-All in coats. Originally offered with multicolored hooks and white frame, we've added color options to help it find a home in more places.
Designed by George Nelson, produced by Herman Miller The Nelson Propeller Bubble Pendant, a sculpted, angular-twisting ceiling lamp, will add charm to any room as it gives off warm, diffused light overhead. The timeless Nelson Bubble Lamps, designed in 1952, beautifully complement contemporary interiors.