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Herman Miller Launches Plex Lounge Furniture

The American firm invited industrial designers Sam Hecht and Kim Colin to collaborate on a range of furniture that holds many modular possibilities.

Jun 21, 2016 | By Staff Writer

With just a few basic elements, Sam Hecht and Kim Colin have created the Herman Miller “Plex” collection, a range of modular furniture that has been specially developed for contemporary workspaces. Comprised of six elements – a rectangular seat forming the basis of the system – the range includes functional furniture such as sofas, armchairs, benches and footrests.


In an effort to integrate the “Plex” furniture more closely with the users, the duo also included adjustable mobile tables to the mix, while adding power ports under seats are an option. Further customization options are possible – choose from a selection of legs, casters, swivel bases and textile colors.

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The Michigan-based company has dedicated the past century to making workspace design more conducive for people and their intelligent designs have been featured in museums worldwide.

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