Exceptional exhibit at the Woodson Art Museum relating to the Herman Miller company. Now, whenever I hear the name, “Herman Miller,” which I do all the time on NPR, I can’t help but think there is a guy by the name of “Herman Miller” who does nothing but design furniture all day, especially since this company is well known for their wonderful designs.
But turns out that Herman Miller (the man) never really designed anything, he was a fellow with deep pockets whose money kept a struggling furniture company from going under in the Great Depression. The company was renamed in his honor, and what an honor it has turned out to be. You can read all about this on the Hazel Home blog.
In the mean time, save me a spot on the Marshmallow Sofa and I’ll see you at the Woodson!