Herman Miller’s Showroom Reboot

Herman Miller have rebooted their London showroom basing every setting around their Living Office concept. Each different Haven, Hive, Plaza or Workshop is made up of new product as well as their best-selling existing ranges with some definite twists.

One of the things that Miller have done so well here is bringing together their classic designs such as the Wireframe sofa with their partner naughtone’s portfolio. Their use of on trend fabrics and finishes creates a fresh look with their signature quality feel.

Our Pick of the standout pieces

Brabo – despite being designed so recently this design already feels like a classic in its own right and definitely has the quality feel of Herman Miller’s classic portfolio

Designed by Belgian architect Vincent Van Duysen – 2013 [named after a mythical giant slayer from Antwerp – Vincent’s home town]

Striad – This striking design is the creation of German designers jehs+laub, with 14 design awards under their belts so far including a ‘Red Dot (Best of the Best)’ and ‘Best of NeoCon Editor’s Choice’. Striad is shown here with the new Polygon table range from Berlin’s Studio 7.5, who also designed the iconic Mirra and Setu chairs for Herman Miller.

Designed by Markus Jehs and Jürgen Laub – 2016 [Inspired by the construction of a ski boot Striad was designed in layers with a rigid outer shell and a soft inner]

Crosshatch – mixing the traditional craftsmanship of the frame and the novel idea of using parachute cord to create tension this piece is an original and is set to become a truly iconic piece.

Designed by EOOS from their studio in Vienna, Austria – 2014 [Uses parachute cords to create a system of internal tension and supply the necessary back support]

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