The Aeron chair didn’t end up in the Museum of Modern Art’s permanent collection just because it looks cool. Although it does. Its looks are only the beginning. Aeron accommodates both the sitter and the environment. It adapts naturally to virtually every body, and it’s 94% recyclable. Even if it’s black, it’s green.
This week, Herman Miller published the second in their interview series with designers. It’s definitely worth a read if you have any interest in design!
Industrial design connects with a number of other, similar styles of interior design via textures – and that’s something we’re seeing used more and more throughout the design spectrum.
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.