1. Aeron Side Chair Many of the ergonomic virtues of Herman Miller’s flagship work chair are available in a side chair version, too. 2. Ambi Side Chair Instant comfort at a reasonable price is the hallmark of the generously cushioned Ambi side chair. 3. Aside® Chairs Looks can be relieving – for proof, look no further than the Aside chair, a graceful marriage of appearance and comfort. It’s a nice place to be – whether you plan to stay for seconds or hours. 4. Caper® Chairs Cool, colorful Caper chairs are ideal for informal healthcare spaces where reconfiguration is expected and budget is a concern. Weighing about half as much as competing models, they’re a breeze to move, store, or stack.
5. Eames® Aluminum Group and Soft Pad Chairs The slender, sophisticated aluminum group and its cushier soft pad cousin bear the distinctive stamp of design icons Charles and Ray Eames – a look that sits equally well in environments hip or elegant. 6. Eames Molded Plastic Chairs Charles and Ray Eames adapted molding techniques developed during World War II to make this enduring classic, the first mass-produced plastic chair. 7. Eames Molded Plywood Chairs Adapting a technology they invented for the war effort, designers Charles and Ray Eames took plywood in a new direction with this bold original introduced in 1946.
8. Eames Wire Chairs Light, strong, reasonably priced – those were the three goals achieved by Charles and Ray Eames with their striking wire chair. An immediate hit when introduced in 1951, it remains true to the original today. 9. Equa 2 Side Chair The comfort of the Equa 2 work chair is also available in a side chair model without all the adjustments. It’s a fitting choice for workstation guest seating. 10. Nelson™ Swag Leg Chairs Designed by George Nelson, one of the founders of American modernism, the Nelson swag leg chair was introduced in 1958 – and is still turning heads today.