Minimalism has been around for a while now, and a whole cottage industry has sprung up around advising people on how to be minimalist in some specific aspect of life.
Herman Miller is well-known in the space for quality, and their new Lispenard lounge set is no exception.
This is a typical day in the life of Senior Interior Designer Suzanne Davis, of Alder & Tweed, out of Park City, Utah.
“Sit in Cosm, and you just might forget you’re sitting in a chair at all. Its sophisticated ergonomic design instantly responds to your body, movement, and posture to provide natural balance and total support.”
In a white paper this week, Herman Miller highlighted one of six trends they’re seeing across all industries: the rise of shared workspaces. Companies are starting to use unassigned, individual workplaces, and one of the main items that’s traditionally been immune to personalization and adjustment is the monitor.