The Herman Miller Wireframe Group, designed by Sam Hecht and Kim Colin, blends lightweight construction with the quality and support expected in Herman Miller products. This collection is a striking and inviting addition to your home or office.
The perfect complement to the Wireframe Sofa and Club Chair, the Ottoman shares the same quality design and aesthetic for a relaxed and uniform addition to the office or lounge.
When you look for elegant design, Herman Miller is a great place to start. The Herman Miller Wireframe Ottoman, designed by Sam Hecht and Kim Colin, is a perfect example of the comfort and style the world has come to expect from Herman Miller. This piece provides even support on a lightweight wire frame. Its look is strikingly modern. Paired with the Wireframe Chair or Sofa, it will be a conversation piece as well as a place to relax.
- The cushion can be independently removed for easy cleaning
- Extremely lightweight and easy to move - no need to fear moving it upstairs
Take one look at the Wireframe Series, and it makes you want to have a seat and stay a while. And with such a rigid support structure on the outside, it's no wonder that the cushions look so inviting. They're not built around an immovable interior frame, so they're able to be softer and more open to different postures without being disfigured by excess padding.
Wire has been a staple of the Herman Miller design diet for many decades, beginning with the Eames' Wire Chair and continuing through the Molded Plastic and Molded Plywood families. The Wireframe Series is a refreshing update of the material.
The designers drew inspiration from how they use a sofa - and how they believe people are living today. The result has a lightness in visual form and actual fact. "We wanted something that was visually light, that spoke of the contemporary conditions of moving a sofa from one position to another," said Hecht. From a consideration of lightness "grew the idea of a wired frame that contains its cushions in a manner that feels comfortable to the eye as well as the body."