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’Sense’ by Herman Miller

Living Edge is proud to announce the official launch of Herman Miller’s new innovation in workstations: ‘Sense’.



BY jesse

November 21st, 2008


‘Sense’ made its debut in Australia at Saturday in Design in the Living Edge, Richmond showroom.

This new system of build-your-own furniture was developed in collaboration with Swiss firm, Korb+Korb, and has recently received a coveted red dot award for product design.

‘Sense’ needs no tools or technical skills. You simply lock together all components around a central ’”monobeam” to create the piece of furniture you require. So if you want a desk, you pick up the parts you need, and when you decide that you prefer a set of drawers 
instead, you re-use the parts, buying any extra you need, storing the rest for later use.

It’s a considered range that enables you to specify ‘Sense’ from a series of single tables to more space-efficient team clusters. Then as you grow, so does the furniture. Add new tables or just change layouts. Simply take down and rebuild. It’s sustainable furniture – 
cutting back on what you send to the tip and indeed, what you need to buy.

As with all Herman Miller products, ‘Sense’ has been designed and built with cradle-to-cradle principles, ensuring it meets the highest environmentally sustainable standards. Simplicity of design, shared components and recyclable materials all ensure a guaranteed longevity and an impassioned respect for our environment.

‘Sense’ anticipates change. It’s intelligent design made simple.

Orders for Sense can be taken from September 1st. 

Visit www.livingedge.com.au or call 1300 132 154 for details.


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