Herman Miller is a 100-plus furniture company (founded in 1905) that pays great attention to design, the environment, community services and the health and well-being of its customers and employees. By the middle of the 20th century, the name Herman Miller had become synonymous with “modern” furniture. With the help of legendary designers George Nelson and Charles and Ray Eames, the company created pieces that became classics of industrial design.
Today, in addition to its classic products and new design for home, Herman Miller also offers innovative solutions in healthcare facilities and related fields.
The company uses innovative ways to promote the performance of its customers organizations. Herman Miller focuses on design that helps solve problems while providing practicality and pleasing the eye. For example, can a comfortable chair help you overcome office stress and increase productivity? The short answer is yes!
BEST-SELLING PRODUCTS IN ESTONIA
Herman Miller’s best-selling products in Estonia are Aeron and SAYL office chairs. All Herman Miller chairs have a 12-year warranty!
Aeron product description:
The world’s best office chair Aeron by Herman Miller—a legend since 1994. Aeron has achieved a status unmatched by any other office chair in the world. It is considered a benchmark for a modern ergonomic office chair, and is a permanent exhibitor in the Department of Industrial Design at the Museum of Modern Art in New York.
Possibility to order different finishes for metal, plastic and mesh parts.
SAYL high office chair:
SAYL is the first in the world to have a full-support spring-loaded backrest that is literally frameless. The chair uses 3D Intelligent technology, the backrest has no strong edges, thus giving the user complete freedom of movement and ergonomic support.
HERMAN MILLER STUDY
Time magazine calls the Cosm chair one of the 100 best inventions of 2019. This is due to the auto-harmonic automatic tilt mechanism which responds to a person’s weight and a special seat net (Suspension). This is a great recognition of the chair created by the design company Studio 7.5.