Channelling the enchanting ambience of the Caffè Greco in Rome, Budapest’s historic Gerbeaud, and Grossi Florentino in Melbourne, Ross Didier’s new collection evokes the designer’s affinity for café experience, while delivering refined seating for contemporary hospitality interiors.
As MillerKnoll offers a deep-dive into some of the company’s ESG initiatives with the recently released 2023 Better World Report, we take a closer look at their unwavering commitment to transformative design – and the belief that with great design comes great responsibility.
Two years after Herman Miller and Knoll joined forces under the MillerKnoll brand, we explore why the establishment of this exciting collective was not only an inevitable progression for the two workplace design pioneers, but also a formative moment in contemporary design history.
With its graceful contours evoking the gentle curvature of a clam shell, exquisite ergonomic prowess and instant comfort, the new performance chair from Naoto Fukasawa and Herman Miller heralds a new generation of workplace seating.
Herman Miller advances their ambition to use at least 50% of recycled plastic content by the end of the decade by expanding the collection of designs made with mismanaged waste diverted from rivers and oceans.
The idea that the only way is forward isn’t new but it feels particularly current when it comes to the evolution of the commercial workplace. Here, Bradhly Le takes stock of the significant transformation this typography has been going through – and points to adaptable design as one of the essential vehicles for this dynamic shift.
The idea behind ubiquitous inclusivity is undoubtedly an appealing one, which is why universal and accessible design principles have been gaining so much traction in recent years. Here, two renowned design experts weigh in on utilising these principles to create accessible bathrooms – and share the design thinking underpinning the process.
In the bid to balance the desire to live amongst nature with the modest footprint of today’s homes, designer Victoria Azadinho Bocconi looks for inspiration in the depths of the Amazon jungle.
While Herman Miller’s new height-adjustable work table isn’t as pocketable as a travel document, its compact body has been inspired by the same idea of unrestricted movement – and designed to enable work from anywhere, anytime.
Bidding farewell to mundane and uninspired office spaces, colour has transformed our workplaces into layered and engaging environments. So we sit down with Karina Simpson, Hot Black’s Workplace Lead, to talk about the influence colour has on the workspace landscape through the prism of Herman Miller’s progressive colour philosophy.
MLC Nicholas Learning Centre embraces the transient nature of the educational process with a custom fit-out from HOW. that centres on the students’ experience.
Whether it’s enhancing the sculptural volumes of the Cass Bay House, or creating a Piet Mondrian-like geometrical feature across the Pegasus Bay’s Esplanade Home, Neolith helps Massimiliano Capocaccia Architecture Studio augment the imaginative language of these coastal dwellings.