April Top 5 with A&D Representative Lauren Williams
This month I want to spotlight some chairs you might not have seen before from Herman Miller Group that offer unique forms with an interesting mix of color and materials to compliment any space.
Herman Miller's Betwixt Chair
Designed by Ilse Crawford and Oscar Peña of Studioilse to be an "everywhere chair," Betwixt pairs a steel frame with your choice of wood, upholstered, or cork arms, seat, and backrest. For a sustainable solution chose the composite cork that is 100 percent natural, reusable, and recyclable. Learn more and request a quote here.
naughtone's Polly Wood Chair
Named for the solid hardwood oak or walnut base, the Polly Wood Chair blends effortlessly into any environment. The 100% recycable glass re-enforced polypropylene shell adds a pop of color to your space. Learn more and request a quote here.
Herman Miller's Portrait Chair
The winning entry in a design competition sponsored by the National Museum of Norway, Herman Miller's Portrait Chair was designed by Andreas Engesvik. His goal was to create a "generous and comfortable chair," that is a new take on a familiar form. Learn more and request a quote here.
Magis' Officina Chair
Designed by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec in 2015, the Officina Chair was created using the ancient fabrication process of iron forging. The metal structure is combined with shells in a variety of different materials to create an industrial chair with a refined and elegant sprit. Learn more and request a quote here.
HAY's Soft Edge Chair
With a minimalistic design that optimizes comfort, the Soft Edge Chair, designed by Iskos-Berlin, is created with a molded plywood seat and back that are bent away from the body. Avalable in a range of different finishes with a steel base this light-weight, stackable chair is ideal for use at work or at home. Learn more and request a quote here.