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 Jeff Weber and Bill Stumpf for Herman Miller® What if a chair could do more than just minimize the negative effects of sitting? Bill Stumpf and Jeff Weber designed the Embody Chair with that question in mind. The result set a new benchmark for ergonomic seating technology.
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.
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.