Envelop Desk by Herman Miller

  • 02 Sep 2011
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Herman Miller has recently unveiled their new Envelop Desk. Aimed at the individual who is constantly working in front of a computer screen, it addresses ergonomics in a clean and modern aesthetic.  Designed by Bill Stumpf and Jeff Weber, it features a molded urethane surface that tilts up to 7 degrees in order to maintain sightline with a computer monitor or laptop. A flat surface at the rear provides ample horizontal space.  The desk can be complemented with the matching Embody Chair, also designed by Stumpf and Weber.

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Cite: Winstanley, Tim. "Envelop Desk by Herman Miller" 02 Sep 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed 26 May 2015. <http://www.archdaily.com/?p=164288>
  • Anon

    Very bad design, the forearms must go downwards, not upwards and the spine must not be bent like that.
    Please don’t post random stuff that is not related to architecture.