Herman Miller

Herman Miller, founded in Michigan in 1923, played a vital role in the post-war development of the American furniture industry by introducing masterpieces that have stood the test of time.
In 1945, George Nelson, who had designed iconic products like the “Nelson Bubble Lamp,” became the director of the company and enlisted Charles and Ray Eames as designers. Their creations, such as the “Eames Shell Side Chair” and the “Eames Lounge Chair,” became hugely successful, propelling Herman Miller to become a globally renowned furniture manufacturer synonymous with mid-century modern design alongside Knoll.
In 1994, the introduction of the “Aeron Chair” was a result of Herman Miller’s two decades of accumulated expertise and technological advancements. This chair was meticulously reimagined, from its casters to its backrest, to offer a design that promotes better health and incorporates a range of versatile features.