Herman Miller: A Way of Living

A chronicle of the rich history of this innovative furniture company, from its founding in the early twentieth century to today

For more than 100 years, Michigan-based Herman Miller has played a central role in the evolution of modern and contemporary design, producing timeless classics while creating a culture that has had a remarkable impact on the development of the design world.

Ten chapters and thousands of illustrations tell the Herman Miller story, documenting its defining moments and key leaders - making Herman Miller: A Way of Living an indispensable addition to the bookshelves of design-lovers around the globe.

"A company archive that is rich with material from and about the legendary figures who helped make Herman Miller a leader in postwar American design."—Pilar Viladas, T Magazine

Edited by Amy Auscherman, Sam Grawe, & Leon Ransmeier

Hardcover, 614 pages

2000 Illustrations

Dimensions: 11-3/8" x 8-3/8"

Herman Miller: A Way of Living

$89.95
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Herman Miller: A Way of Living

$89.95
$89.95

A chronicle of the rich history of this innovative furniture company, from its founding in the early twentieth century to today

For more than 100 years, Michigan-based Herman Miller has played a central role in the evolution of modern and contemporary design, producing timeless classics while creating a culture that has had a remarkable impact on the development of the design world.

Ten chapters and thousands of illustrations tell the Herman Miller story, documenting its defining moments and key leaders - making Herman Miller: A Way of Living an indispensable addition to the bookshelves of design-lovers around the globe.

"A company archive that is rich with material from and about the legendary figures who helped make Herman Miller a leader in postwar American design."—Pilar Viladas, T Magazine

Edited by Amy Auscherman, Sam Grawe, & Leon Ransmeier

Hardcover, 614 pages

2000 Illustrations

Dimensions: 11-3/8" x 8-3/8"