NELSON® PLATFORM BENCH® - METAL BASE

MIL-HBPB-M-
$1,395.00
NELSON® PLATFORM BENCH® - METAL BASE
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Designer: George Nelson for Herman Miller

Introduced in 1946 the Nelson platform bench was part of George Nelson's first collection for Herman Miller and still stands as a benchmark of modern design. Like much of Nelson's work, the platform bench has clean, rectilinear lines, reflecting his architectural background and his insistence on what he calls "honest" design--that is, making an honest visual statement about an object's purpose.

This multi-functional piece can be used for seating, as a low table or to display artwork, plants, magazines and other items.

Cushion sold separately. Call Design Quest for details
The Nelson Platform Bench is made of solid maple or walnut with a slatted clear-coat finished top. Now available in two styles—with ebonized wood legs or cantilevered chrome legs with metal leveling glides. Available in a 48", 60", or 72" width.

Dimensions:
14" h x (48", 60" or 72")w x 18.5" depth
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Herman Miller:
Working with design legends George Nelson and Charles and Ray Eames, Herman Miller pioneered modern furniture design in the mid-20th century. As the business grew, it added a research focus to its problem-solving design. Today, the spirit of innovation and collaboration continues to drive the global company forward. In addition to the enduring designs that form its foundation, Herman Miller also offers solutions from partners and top designers who share its values.