Elements Portfolio Displayed at NeoCon
Displayed at NeoCon 2017, the Elements Portfolio from Herman Miller helps create vibrant settings that satisfy the needs of the modern worker.
Taking over the South Lobby at NeoCon, Herman Miller put their products on display with complimentary pairings from their family of brands. The breadth of products available from Herman Miller, Geiger, Nemschoff, Design Within Reach Contract, naughtone, and Maharam offers the most diverse grouping of expressive furnishings in the industry, giving designers the freedom to create something truly unique for their customers and also meet the needs of today’s changing office landscape.
Scroll through our South Lobby at NeoCon gallery to see the unique settings created by the brands of Herman Miller.
A grouping of Geiger Saiba Side Chairs in Maharam’s Tonus fabric find an easy home around naughtone’s Dalby table with an oak base. An Argali rug by Danskina for Maharam provides the perfect platform.
Highbacked and two-toned, naughtone’s Cloud two-seat sofa is upholstered in Geiger textiles. Just in front is a sweet set from George Nelson’s Pedestal series. The two Nelson Pedestal Stools are also covered in Sateen Weave Light Blue from Geiger textiles; the Nelson Pedestal Table features a white base and top. Beneath it all lays the Feltro Due rug by Paola Lenti available through Maharam.
A quartet of Geiger Wood Base Lounge Chairs outfitted in Maharam leathers flank a Tamarack Table from Nemschoff, seen here in honey maple with a matte finish.
Plex Lounge Furnishings by Sam Hecht and Kim Colin are the star of this vignette. The seating features two upholsteries: Divina from Maharam on the backs and Herman Miller Rivet Rosewood for the seat. Plex occasional tables fit in nicely, and the Nemschoff Aspen Lounge is outfitted in the new Tracery Copper fabric by Scholten & Baijings for Maharam.
This handsome pair of Hush Highback chairs from naughtone are upholstered in Geiger’s Essential Twill textile. Between the chairs is a Pizza Table by Naoto Fukasawa for Magis, and pulling together the entire space is a Duotone rug by Danskina for Maharam.