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  • Herman Miller Office Chair

    This Office Chair, in the collection of the Grand Rapids Art Museum, is constructed with brown molded plastic for the shell and base. The base is circular in shape. This is a prototype for the molded plastic office chair. There were only about one dozen chairs made like this. Product Number: Prototype

  • Herman Miller prototype

    This Stool, in the collection of the Grand Rapids Art Museum, is constructed with a pronged aluminum pedestal base with three extended feet. The base supports a padded seat which is upholstered with leather. This is stool is the prototype for those made for the LaFonda del Sol restaurant in New York City. Herman Miller Trade Name: prototype

  • Herman Miller End Table

    This End Table, in the collection of the Public Museum of Grand Rapids, consists of a walnut frame with shelf. The top is walnut and glass while the legs are ebonized wood. The table is complete with lamp.

  • Herman Miller Stacking Shell Chair

    This Chair, in the collection of the Public Museum of Grand Rapids, consists of a molded, celery-grey, fiberglass shell. The four legs are metal and have black casters. The chair is completed with stacking hardware. Herman Miller Trade Name: Stacking Shell Chair Herman Miller Series: Molded Plastic Stacking Chairs

  • Herman Miller Splint

    This Leg Splint, in the collection of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art is made of molded plywood with a fir veneer. Manufactured by Evans Products, Molded Plywood Division, Los Angeles, California. More than 150,000 were produced by the end of World War II. Herman Miller Trade Name: Splint

  • Herman Miller Molded Wood Side Chair

    These Lounge Chairs, in the collection of Cranbrook Art Museum, are constructed of molded walnut plywood with veneer and has rubber mounts. On the bottom of the one seat (CAAM 1990. 76) is a metal label which reads: Charles Eames design/Herman Miller-Zeeland-Michigan. This product was first manufactured by Evans Products in 1945. Herman Miller became the distributor in 1946, and in 1949 the manufacturer.