Herman Miller

Herman Miller Nelson™ Platform Bench

George Nelson, 1946

U.S.A.

Herman Miller

Herman Miller Nelson™ Platform Bench

George Nelson, 1946

U.S.A.

Equal parts seat and surface, the Nelson Platform Bench emerged from George Nelson’s Fortune magazine office to join his first Herman Miller Collection in 1946. Made with polished chrome or ebonized wood legs, and available in three lengths with a choice of finishes, it serves as a bench, low table, or foundation for the Basic Cabinet Series.

A landmark of modern design, the bench has the clean, rectilinear lines that reflect designer George Nelson’s architectural background and his insistence on what he called “honest” design—making an honest visual statement about an object’s purpose. Solid wood slats are spaced to let air and light through, sealed with a clear-coat finish, and finger-jointed for superior strength, all of which make the bench ideal for offices, public areas, and homes.

The bench is 14 inches tall and 18-1/2 inches deep and available in three widths 48, 60, and 72 inches.

 

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