Herman Miller is built on a legacy of creative partnership. In a first-of-its-kind collaboration, the Danish design house HAY thoughtfully reimagines eight Eames classics for a new generation of modern design enthusiasts.
Fresh eyes see new possibilities for classic Eames designs, including a bold new colour palette and updated materials.
An inspired vision of colour continues Herman Miller’s design legacy—including seven spirited colourways anchored by a statement-making neutral and a special reissue of Jacob’s Coat designed by Alexander Girard.
Cast in glass.
The introduction of cast-glass spheres on the Eames Hang-It-All and tabletop slabs on the Eames Wire Base Low Table and Universal Base Round Table are clever plays on colour, tactility, and light.
A more sustainable shell.
Eames Moulded Plastic Shell Chairs now contain 100% post-industrial recycled plastic, part of a larger Herman Miller imperative to reduce the environmental impact of its products.
The collection’s durable and lightweight tables and wire chairs are graded for outdoor use, from the patio to the sunroom.
A curious story of designers at play
From Charles and Ray to Mette and Rolf, a beautifully interconnected story of design partnership brought to life in a first-of-its-kind collaboration, Herman Miller x HAY.
Rolf and Mette Hay visit the Eames House
Dive into the original story of HAY's collaboration with Herman Miller as the Danish founders make a pilgrimage to Charles and Ray's home and studio in Los Angeles