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Side Table by George Nelson for Herman Miller, 1960s

In 1935, Nelson became associate editor of Architecture Forum and Fortune magazines, for whom he continued to work through the 1940s. His writing drew the attention of D.J. DePree, president of Michigan-based furniture manufacturer Herman Miller, and Nelson subsequently designed his first collection for the brand in 1945; in 1947, he became the company’s design director. There he designed hundreds of furniture pieces and recruited rising design talents including Isamu Noguchi and Charles and Ray Eames, among others.


This side table was designed by George Nelson for the Herman Miller collection and was sold by Vitra during the 1960s. In an excellent original vintage condition.

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