The US brand is also showcasing the updated version of its iconic Aeron chair by Bill Stumpf and Don Chadwick, alongside seating designs by Studio 7.5 and Industrial Facility founders Sam Hecht and Kim Colin.
The Striad lounge chair, which is available with a matching ottoman, was developed by Jehs and Laub as a casual seating option for the workplace. It features a rigid outer shell that encases a soft, cushioned inner layer, informed by the construction of ski boots.
Another informal collection on show is the Wireframe Sofa by Hecht and Colin, which is distinguished by its thin, light-weight structure that supports contrasting large, soft cushions.
The Aeron office chair that Herman Miller is exhibiting is the 2016 edition, which is an updated version of the original model designed by Stumpf and Chadwick in 1994. It was altered to incorporate the brand's latest technologies to help it respond to a user's posture and movements more efficiently.
Aeron is joined by two other office chairs named Lino and Cosm. The Lino chair is designed by Hecht and Colin with a "wide range of aesthetic options", and Cosm was engineered by Studio 7.5 to offer sitters "a feeling of weightlessness".