Introduced in 1946, the Nelson platform bench remains a landmark of modern design. The clean, rectilinear lines reflect designer George Nelson's architectural background and his insistence on what he called "honest" design - making an honest visual statement about an object's purpose. The bench serves as a multipurpose display and resting place in offices, public areas, and homes.

The platform bench was part of Nelson's first collection for Herman Miller and was reintroduced in 1994. As presented in the 1948 Herman Miller furniture catalog, the platform bench "is primarily a high base for deep and shallow cases, but it also serves as a low table for extra seating." The 1955 catalog states that the bench "has proved to be one of the most flexible and useful units in the collection."

We offer a quality reproduction of this piece of design history. Yours for $209.00, that includes free tax* and shipping.

 

# Finish: Natural

# - Birch legs in black finish

# - Reproduction of Nelson's simple wooden bench design

# - Solid hardwood construction and sleek design

# - Simple assembly required

 

*Sorry, California residents are excluded.