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Herman Miller Jul 21
Turn heat waves into inspiring days because we’ve switched things up at our Manhattan store. New one-of-a-kind pieces and hand-picked host gifts, same classic design. Come check it out for yourself at 251 Park Ave. South.
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Herman Miller Jul 20
Replying to @arrivet
Our product page will provide you with the height dimensions you're looking for. Learn more at or call us at 888-798-0202. We're happy to walk you through the details further.
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Herman Miller Jul 20
Mental health awareness, emotional health, and suicide prevention. At Herman Miller, we design benefits for the whole person. What do you need from your employer? Explore the ways we’re working toward a Better World.
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Herman Miller Jul 16
Replying to @MSgtGunny
We're here to help! Call us at 888-798-0202 and we'll walk you through some options that best meet your needs.
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Herman Miller Jul 16
Replying to @fj
A Herman Miller authorized dealer can help you with next steps in the repair/replacement process. To find one near you, visit
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Herman Miller Jul 16
Replying to @Flexicoder
Great! If you need any help with the decision process, call us at 888-798-0202. We're available from 9-5pm EST and happy to assist.
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Charles & Ray Eames Jul 13
Take part in an Eames Happy Hour July 19th. Think cocktails, presentations, walk throughs, and the chance to win a rare x x prototype!
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Herman Miller Jul 13
We’re creating a better world, and design—what Charles Eames called “a plan for arranging elements to accomplish a particular purpose”—is how we’re getting there.
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Herman Miller Jul 13
Replying to @Flexicoder
We're sorry to see this! Contact a local Herman Miller authorized dealer to see if your chair is still under warranty. To find one near you, visit
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AIGA Detroit Jul 12
Be at this Saturday at 2pm for a lecture by Steve Frykholm, ’s 1st in-house . He will be taking a closer look @ the in the current 👇
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Herman Miller Jul 12
Originally designed from 1958 - 1962, the Eames Tandem Sling Seating has stood the test of time, providing a comfortable seat for millions in public spaces. With no stitch lines to gather dust, the seats look clean and require minimal maintenance.
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Herman Miller Jul 11
Replying to @EmilyRoseCoop
DM us your contact info and we'll pass it along to the appropriate internal team for further details.
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Herman Miller Jul 10
Replying to @kvlly
So fun; he sounds like a keeper! Thanks for sharing, and feel free to reach out if you have any questions about your new Aeron Chair.
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Herman Miller Jul 10
Replying to @guneetoberoi14
We're happy to help. DM us, and we will provide further details.
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Herman Miller Jul 9
Replying to @dcdomain
Thanks for letting us know! Our internal web team will resolve this as soon as possible.
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Herman Miller Jul 9
Replying to @markpalfreeman
Great choice! If you have any questions regarding the chair or need help with adjustments, please let us know.
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Herman Miller Jul 9
Replying to @WestonDOfficial
You can order replacement arm pads through a local Herman Miller authorized dealer. To find one near you, visit
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Herman Miller Jul 5
Production of the Eames Aluminum Group began in 1958 at our facilities in Zeeland, MI. Today the Eames Aluminum Group furniture collection continues to be manufactured locally in West Michigan.
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Herman Miller Jun 29
You can't choose how your seat performs at the movies, on that cross-country flight, or even if you get one on your morning subway commute. At the office, however, opt for Lino—designed by Sam Hecht and Kim Colin—where ergonomics meet high design.
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Herman Miller Jun 28
The graphics you’ve seen across this Pride month were created by the Hungarian-born illustrator Anna Kövecses. To see more of the great work she’s done bringing our corporate values to life, check out our most recent Better World Report.
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