Long before “modularity” and “high tech” entered the design lexicon, Charles and Ray Eames were using industrial production techniques to extend the boundaries of design and create a modern aesthetic.
Long before "modularity" and "high tech" entered the design lexicon, Charles and Ray Eames were using industrial production techniques to extend the boundaries of design and create a modern aesthetic. These desk and storage units complement each other, and each can stand alone. They provide ample storage, work, and display space. And at home or in the office, they look as striking now as they did when first introduced in 1950.
The Lifework Portfolio’s Airia desk strikes a balance of simple function, timeless style,
The Lifework Portfolio's Airia desk strikes a balance of simple function, timeless style, and quality craft. The elegant millwork of the walnut frame, tapered legs, and cork-lined trays exemplify the creative use materials and attention to detail. Thoughtful cable management is included. The line also includes a versatile media cabinet. In a home interior, Airia complements classic furniture as well as new styles.
Canvas landscapes are designed to mirror an organization’s culture and raise the level of its performance. A simple set of elements creates surround, structure, surface, storage, and support for the complete range of workspaces. Canvas results from Herman Miller’s holistic perspective on work environments and the collective experience of work.
Made of solid walnut, these 15-inch-high stools can be used anywhere and are beautifully versatile.
Are they really stools? Places to sit? Are they tables? Plant stands? Accent pieces for homes, offices, lobbies? Yes. They've been called abstract chess pieces. Well, no. Made of solid walnut, these stools designed by Charles and Ray Eames can be used anywhere, alone or in groups, and are beautifully versatile.