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  • Herman Miller Utility Cart

    This Utility Cart, in the collection of The Henry Ford, consists of a chrome plated frame with three shelves and top painted black. The piece has two drawers which are both painted black at the top with chrome drawer pulls and sits on four black casters. It is also referred to as the Haller Mobile Cart. A cart matching this description cannot be found in any Herman Miller Trade Catalog. This confirms that it may be a prototype.

  • Herman Miller Stacking Shell Chair

    This Chair, in the collection of the Dallas Museum of Art, consists of a molded, yellow, fiberglass shell that is padded. The shell is covered with black and white tweed, hopsak upholstery with charcoal grey vinyl edging. The four legs are steel plated. The chair is completed with stacking hardware. Herman Miller Trade Name: Stacking Shell Chair Herman Miller Series: Molded Plastic Stacking Chairs Product Number: DSS-N

  • Herman Miller Panton Chair

    This Chair, in the collection of the Dallas Museum of Art, consists of a molded white plastic shell in a 'S' shape. As indicated by the manufacturer's label, this chair was manufactured in 1975. Herman Miller Trade Name: Panton Chair Herman Miller Series: Commercial Seating Product Number: PA 100

  • Herman Miller Occasional Chair

    This Occasional Chair, in the collection of the Dallas Museum of Art, consists of a molded plastic shell which sits on a metal base with four legs. The shell is padded and covered with a two-tone, yellow vinyl. This object was designed for Braniff Airlines lobby. Herman Miller Series: The Girard Group

  • Herman Miller Prototype for 1730-1 Arm Chair

    This Chair Shell, in the collection of the Oakland Museum of California, consists of a molded, dark gray plastic shell. This shell form was developed for LaFonda del Sol Restaurant, New York City and appears to be a prototype. Herman Miller Trade Name: Prototype for 1730-1 Arm Chair Herman Miller Series: 1700 Product Number: 1730-1

  • Herman Miller Base ~ LaFonda Side Chair

    This Side Chair Base, in the collection of the Oakland Museum of California, is made of black metalThis base was developed for LaFonda del Sol Restaurant, New York City. Herman Miller Trade Name: Base ~ LaFonda Side Chair Herman Miller Series: 1700 Series Product Number: 1700-1

  • Herman Miller Medium Back Armchair ~ Tilt Swivel Pod Base

    This Armchair, in the collection of the Oakland Museum of California, consists of a padded shell which sits on an aluminum base. The base has five blades and is nylon coated white with casters. There is a swivel mechanism for adjusting. The seat is upholstered with brown Polylok. Herman Miller Trade Name: Medium Back Armchair ~ Tilt Swivel Pod Base Herman Miller Series: Wilkes Soft Seating Product Number: WS 11241

  • Herman Miller High Back Armchair ~ Tilt Swivel Four-Point Base ~ Caster

    This Armchair, in the collection of the Oakland Museum of California, is an adjustable tilt swivel four-point base armchair with high back and casters. The seat is upholstered with blue Polylok while the pedestal base is polished aluminum. The pedestal also is complete with four blades. Herman Miller Trade Name: High Back Armchair ~ Tilt Swivel Four-Point Base ~ Caster Herman Miller Series: Wilkes Soft Seating Product Number: WS 12641

  • Herman Miller Drawer Frame ; Shelf Frame

    This Drawer Frame, in the collection of the Public Museum of Grand Rapids, is a prototype which consists of two molded plastic pieces, two wooden pieces, and one vinyl coated metal piece. Co-Struc is a system of containers, frames, carts, and rails. They are lightweight, washable, sanitizable, self-extinguishing, self-stacking, and self-hanging and can be used in hospitals, laboratories and other health care facilities where these features are desirable. The system was developed by the Her…

  • Herman Miller Storage Unit

    This Storage Unit, in the collection of the Public Museum of Grand Rapids, was a prototype, acrylic C-frame storage unit postdated foam versions and preceded injection molded plastic versions. Co-Struc is a system of containers, frames, carts, and rails. They are lightweight, washable, sanitizable, self-extinguishing, self-stacking, and self-hanging and can be used in hospitals, laboratories and other health care facilities where these features are desirable. The system was developed by th…

  • Herman Miller LaFonda Arm Chair

    This Arm Chair, in the collection of the Public Museum of Grand Rapids, is made of a light greige molded fiberglass shell which sits on a polished aluminum, pedestal base with four blades. The shell is padded and covered with yellow upholstery and edged with dark grey vinyl. Designed for LaFonda del Sol Restaurant in New York City. Herman Miller Trade Name: LaFonda Arm Chair Herman Miller Series: 1700 Series Product Number: 1730-1

  • Herman Miller Panton Chair

    This Chair, in the collection of the Newark Museum, consists of a molded fiberglass stacking chair in a 'S' shape covered with red lacquer. As indicated by the manufacturer's label, this chair was manufactured in 1975. Herman Miller Trade Name: Panton Chair Herman Miller Series: Commercial Seating Product Number: PA 100

  • Herman Miller LaFonda Side Chair

    This Side Chair, in the collection of the New Jersey Historical Society, has a light greige molded fiberglass shell. The shell front is padded and covered with red naugahyde upholstery than finished with a vinyl grey edging. Designed for LaFonda del Sol Restaurant in New York City. Herman Miller Trade Name: LaFonda Side Chair Herman Miller Series: 1700 Series Product Number: 1700-1

  • Herman Miller LaFonda Arm Chair

    This Arm Chair in the collection of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, is made of a light greige molded fiberglass shell which sits on a polished aluminum base. The shell is padded and covered with black vinyl and also edged with vinyl. Designed for LaFonda del Sol Restaurant in New York City. Herman Miller Trade Name: LaFonda Arm Chair Herman Miller Series: 1700 Series Product Number: 1730-1

  • Herman Miller LaFonda Side Chair

    This Side Chair, in the collection of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, has a light greige molded fiberglass shell which sits on an aluminum pedestal base with four blades. The shell front is padded and covered with black naugahyde upholstery than finished with a vinyl grey edging. Designed for LaFonda del Sol Restaurant in New York City. Herman Miller Trade Name: LaFonda Side Chair Herman Miller Series: 1700 Series Product Number: 1700-1