Herman Miller opens a vintage pop-up store curated within its New York flagship featuring pieces from its archives and rare collectibles curated by New York’s Intramural Shop
To continue the celebration of 100 years of Herman Miller, which kicked off last month in Milan during Salone, the brand is providing the rare opportunity to peek into - and perhaps, even, own a piece of – its coveted archives. Beginning today, Thursday, May 18 through Sunday, May 21, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., visitors will be able to purchase unique pieces deaccessioned from Herman Miller’s archives, in addition to hard-to-find collectibles curated by New York’s Intramural Shop.
Herman Miller's New York flagship store at 251 Park Avenue South will also offer new and limited-edition product such as the recently launched Alexander Girard Environmental Enrichment Posters, featuring his iconic textile designs; a special-edition Herman Miller: A Way of Living monograph; and several limited-run items only available in the store.
About Herman Miller
Over the last century, Herman Miller has been guided by a commitment to problem- solving designs that inspire the best in people. Along the way, Herman Miller has forged critical relationships with the most visionary designers of the day, from mid-century greats like George Nelson, the Eames Office, and Isamu Noguchi, to research-oriented visionaries like Robert Propst and Bill Stumpf — and with today’s groundbreaking studios like Industrial Facility and Studio 7.5. From the birth of ergonomic furniture to manufacturing some of the twentieth century’s most iconic pieces, Herman Miller has pioneered original, timeless design that makes an enduring impact, while building a lasting legacy of design, innovation, and social good. Herman Miller is a part of MillerKnoll, a collective of dynamic brands that comes together to design the world we live in. For more information, visit hermanmiller.com/about.
About Intramural Shop
Intramural Shop is a Brooklyn-based curator of vintage and hard-to-find branded pieces ranging from clothing to miscellaneous collectible items.
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