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Aeron. Bill stumpf and don chadwick.

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The Aeron chair is the most well-known ergonomic office, designed by Don Chadwick and Bill Stumpf in 1994, the beginning of countless knock-offs for good reason. Its revolutionary look and advanced ergonomics won it several awards and gained it a spot in the Museum of Modern Art’s permanent collection. It comes in three different sizes and moves effortlessly with your body. The patented Kinemat tilt mechanism lets your neck, shoulders, hips, knees, and ankles pivot naturally, which the high, contoured back takes the pressure off your lower spine. It contains nine different easy-to-make adjustments to make your chair work for you. Continuing with Herman Miller’s commitment to the environment it is made out of almost half recycled materials and is 94 percent recyclable. With features like this anyone could understand this important design’s prestige.

designer: bill stumpf and don chadwick
producer: herman miller
materials: plastic, recycled content, fabric
period: 1994

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Object ID: 9742
Category/function: awards · green · home office · Producer A > K · seating

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