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Replying to @elPeej
We're sorry to hear that your chair has been uncomfortable so far. If you want to call our Customer Care team at (888) 798-0202, someone would be happy to make sure your chair is adjusted correctly or talk about other options.
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Herman Miller Nov 13
Replying to @kshviett2
Thanks for your question. Yes, the Aeron was first debuted in 1994. You can learn more about the original chair and the Aeron Remastered by visiting:
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Herman Miller Nov 12
Replying to @kshviett2
Thanks for your interest in partnering with Herman Miller. We'll pass along your information to the appropriate team who—if they are interested in learning more—will contact you directly.
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Herman Miller Nov 12
Replying to @cathrynlavery
We hope you're enjoying it as much as your cute pup seems to. Thanks for sharing the fun picture!
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Herman Miller Nov 12
Replying to @SimoneDanielIe
We're glad to hear that you're loving your chair! Thanks for sharing.
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Herman Miller Nov 9
Here’s Bill Stumpf in a never-printed response to the Eames questionnaire as the closing Design Q&A, an inspired digestif of sorts, where he maintains design as a means of understanding civility, how to live, and ultimately, how to live together. Read now.
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Herman Miller Nov 9
Offices that isolate people from one another can make people feel like they’re in a library where all the good books are kept under lock and key. But we can help you avoid that.
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Herman Miller Nov 8
The well-versed Irving Harper began his career of studying and exploration as a young child on the floor of his father’s bookbinding shop. Harper created this print ad for Herman Miller in 1952 during his time at The Nelson Office.
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Herman Miller Nov 8
Replying to @petebasgen @ThePlutooo
We think the Embody Chair is a great choice too! Learn more at:
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Herman Miller Nov 8
Replying to @marcsquire
Hi Marc. Thanks for your question! You can send us a message by visiting the Email Us page on our website:
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Herman Miller Nov 7
At Herman Miller we strive to create a workplace environment and community that support the well-being of the whole person by focusing as a company on not just physical health but emotional, financial, and work well-being. agrees:
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Herman Miller Nov 7
Keiji Takeuchi is a true international, and in his Design Q&A, he makes clear his deep understanding of the role that happiness and continued cultural refinement across the world play in design. Read now.
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Herman Miller Nov 7
Replying to @greg_blass
Hi Greg. We're happy to hear that your Aeron is treating you well so far! Thanks for sharing.
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Herman Miller Nov 7
Replying to @JoshBlockNYC
Hi Josh; we're sorry to hear this happened! The certified Herman Miller dealer nearest you would be happy to help determine if your chair is under warranty and to order replacement parts:
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Herman Miller Nov 7
Replying to @aschonland
We're happy to hear that you're loving your chair as much as when you first purchased it. Thanks for sharing!
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Herman Miller Nov 6
We welcomed HAY to the Herman Miller family of brands back in June, and soon you’ll be able to shop HAY’s unique Danish designs at its first U.S. retail store in Portland.
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Herman Miller Nov 5
In his Design Q&A, Michael Anastassiades, a self-described creative, does in conversation what he does best in design—remarkable subtlety, essential statements, and an irreverent wonder. Read now.
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Herman Miller Nov 5
What do you want out of your work day? Productivity? Collaboration? That light-bulb-over-the-head great idea moment? We can help. Learn More:
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Herman Miller Nov 3
In this installment of Design Q&A, Dutch designers Stefan Scholten and Carole Baijings discuss their self-imposed mandate to design original, useful, and desirable things, and why they’d never make anything they wouldn’t use themselves. Read now.
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Herman Miller Nov 2
Knowledge is power, but when it can’t be shared, what’s the point? Learn how an an office redesign based on research makes collaboration happen naturally. Learn More:
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