Herman Miller office furniture describes the reality of a leading company in the industry.
Herman Miller, a West Michigan businessman, acquired in 1923 an existing furniture manufacturer, the Michigan Star Furniture Company, founded in 1905, giving it his name. With this choice he immediately wanted to convey his moral principles of honesty, quality and fairness within the American baby company.
In the mid-twentieth century, Herman Miller has already achieved important design goals becoming world leader and boasting illustrious collaborations with George Nelson and illustrious names such as Charles and Ray Eames. These collaborations created iconic pieces for the world of design, still presented in the museums and for sale in the best designer shops around the world. Concrete examples of American-branded office furniture products are best sellers like the Saiba chair produced by Herman Miller.
The story continues with other successful collaborations, such as those by Alexander Girard, Isamu Noguchi, Robert Propst, Bill Stumpf, Don Chadwick, Ayse Birsel, Studio 7.5, Yves Bihar and Doug Ball.
An important focus is reserved for office and work space furniture with a dedicated healthcare industry. A strong and structured specialization that makes Herman Miller's design industry leaders with strong constructive projects and formal quality. A guarantee of timeless excellence.