The future is vibrant. The future is kinetic. The future is a chair that spins around when you sit on it. The future is incredible.
“Going to work” means a lot of different things to a lot of different people, but for most of us? Welp, it probably involves lots of sedentary hours sitting with pretty poor posture at a desk that’s not quite the right height, staring and staring and staring at a screen. But! The times, they are a-changin’, and…
Herman Miller may be best known today for its high-end, technical desk chairs, like the Aeron and the Embody, but they also make iconic modern furniture designed by legends like Eames and Noguchi—classic stuff, that will look as good in 50 years as it did 50 years ago. All of it is on sale right now.
Herman Miller's classic Collection series of furniture is getting a new addition straight from London design firm Industrial Facility. Meet the Picnic Sofa, a simple, beautiful, wire-supported couch.
The Herman Miller Collection, as Design Director George Nelson put it, is supposed to be a "a permanent collection designed to meet fully the requirements for modern living." Though he said way back in 1952, it still holds true. This comprehensive portfolio shows it all off.
In celebration of the 100th anniversary of American designer Ray Eames's birth, Herman Miller has announced a limited edition Eames Wire Base Low Table (Eames LTR), which will be made available on Herman Miller's website in mid-October.
The Sayl Chair is Herman Miller's minimalist masterpiece. After long weekends, I'm overcome by the feeling that I'll die in my office. That's a disturbing thought, but I'd feel mighty comfortable dying in a Sayl—I'd look good, too.
The Gymygym chair combines the ergonomics of a Herman Miller with the benefit of 16 resistance band, core exercises. It's supposed to help people get a decent workout while sitting at their office chair.
The sister product to the amazing Herman Miller Embody chair, the Envelop desk actually slides out and down on rails to give you the correct angle for working while in incline. It's amazing.
Two of the biggest names in office chairs, Herman Miller and Steelcase, both recently released a relatively affordable task chair, each with its own quirks and charms. But which should you convince your office manager to buy?
The new Herman Miller Setu is certainly not the Herman Miller Embody. But then again, its $650 price tag is not the Embody's $1600. And for a good reason.
As anyone who's worked in an office would know, Herman Miller's Aeron is the chair to have at your desk for both comfort and status. As a guy who's worked at his share of Silicon Valley startups the net boom and bust, I've only had the privilege of stealing Aerons from coworkers when they weren't looking; never…
The Aeron chair was the most famous office seat of all time, but we never expected it to show up in a Burton CO2 snowboard binding. Craziness? No, just look at the picture.The binding borrows the chair's breathable webbing and strong Y support core, creating a lightweight and flexible structure that will run…
This chair was designed specifically to prevent cubicle-induced spine agony. Its back a mass of constantly-shifting, quiet springs and special "pliable" textile mesh, the Embody chair (pictured) is the latest thing from ergonomics wonder company Herman "Aeron Chair" Miller. The designer, Stumpf, is known for chairs…
Can Man place a pricetag on the comfort of his rump? Yes. Yes he can. And the Embody chair—the sequel to the iconic, $1.5 billion grossing Aeron chair by Herman Miller—is probably way, way too good for your posterior at its $1,600 asking price. But that doesn't mean you can't gawk for a while.Built from non-toxic and…
Now you need no further proof that health care has become a luxury commodity. Herman Miller, makers of those Aeron chairs whose high price tags and cybernator look made them symbols of dot-com office opulence, has just purchased Brandrud Furniture, maker of specialized furniture for hospital patients. This is a major…
This week, San Francisco is entering another one of those "heatwaves" as the newspaper calls them. That's 75 degrees, for those of you uninitiated to the reality of Bay Area micro climates. Which makes me think of this mini electric climate controller from the Herman Miller Be Collection.
Got a fancy designer desk but only have a crappy Ikea lamp to go on top? Grab this Herman Miller LED Leaf-Light and decorate your office in style.