Living Edge introduces the Lifework range by Herman Miller.
February 5th, 2009
“The increase in flexible working practices, along with the rise of personal computer use has necessitated a range of home office solutions that works on both a functional and quality design level,” says Aidan Mawhinney, CEO of Living Edge.
Known for its high-performance work environments and mid-century modern furnishings, Herman Miller now introduces the Lifework Portfolio, a line of signature desks and multiple storage units designed for the home.
Living Edge is the National Dealer of Herman Miller products in Australia and as such is looking forward to bringing more of the Lifework portfolio to the Australian marketplace.
Herman Miller has responded to the ways individuals balance daily tasks at home by providing smart furnishings for a variety of lifestyles.
Herman Miller recognised a need to create a ‘hub’ for these activities and has developed a range of practical, efficient and honest designs for individuals and families.
With a research-driven approach the company challenged four award-winning design firms – Kaiju Studios, Industrial Facility, Blu Dot and Korb+Korb – to address intelligent home integration with elegant use of space.
The range includes ‘Airia’ by Kaiju Studios, ‘Enchord’ by Industrial Facility, ‘Sense’ by Korb+Korb, ‘The Eames’ desk by Charles and Ray Eames and ‘The Nelson’ desk by George Nelson.
With natural materials and trim, versatile dimensions the Lifework portfolio complements an array of living spaces and aesthetics.
Living Edge already sells the Sense, Nelson desk and Swag Leg Group of products and will be introducing more products in the coming months.
For the full range of desks and storage units for the home office visit livingedge.com.au or call 1300 132 154.
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