George Nelson began his design for what became the Swag Leg Group with the simple desire to create furniture with a sculptured leg. Beyond beauty, he sought practicality, insisting that the legs be made of metal, machine formed and pre-finished. The Nelson Swag Leg Group is a revival of an historic collection by George Nelson. Introduced in 1958, the group's evocative pieces have a look, scale, and function that are simply right for today. These classic, sculpted designs can be used individually or together in the home or office, from meeting spaces to offices and dining areas.
|George Nelson Open 18" Storage Cabinet||16.5" H x 18" W x 18.5" D||24 lbs|
|George Nelson Closed 18" Storage Cabinet||16.5" H x 18" W x 18.5" D||36 lbs|
|Nelson Platform Entryway Bench||14" H x 48 - 72" W x 18.5" D||Unavailable|
|Nelson Platform Bench Cushion||1.5" H x 24 - 36" W x 18.5" D||7 lbs|
|Product Category:||Office Storage Cabinets|
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Brian from Seattle, WA– Verified Buyer
We purchased two Nelson small cabinet's from All Modern [...]The cabinets arrived in very protective packaging that was easy to pull apart. The fit of the product seems good, but we did notice some uneven texture on the back wall of one cabinet. It's not visible, so the imperfection is not a concern for us. Overall, a positive purchase given the price.
Herman Miller began in 1923 as a manufacturer of traditional residential furniture, became a leader in "modern" furniture in the 1930s and 1940s; developed lasting ties through the 1950s with legendary industrial designers who led the company in new directions; transformed the office furniture industry with the first panel system in the 1960s; invented and refined ergonomic work seating in the 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s; reinvented the geometry of systems furniture in 2000, and is today the second largest office furniture company with customers and locations around the world. Their history of employee participation and ownership and technological innovation has long roots and continues to grow. They have always worked hard to be serious about both people and business. They look at their primary goal as creating great places to work.
George Nelson laid out five tenets of Herman Miller's design philosophy 50 years ago:
While fashion and style have their place, the main criterion for a Herman Miller product has remained constant: Does it truly solve a problem that people care about in a way that improves upon other solutions, or pioneers a new and better answer altogether? The answer is Yes.