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Envelop Desk by Herman Miller

Envelop Desk by Herman Miller
© Herman Miller
© Herman Miller

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.

References: www.hermanmiller.com Photographs: www.hermanmiller.com

© Herman Miller
© Herman Miller

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Cite: Tim Winstanley. "Envelop Desk by Herman Miller" 02 Sep 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/164288/envelop-desk-by-herman-miller/> ISSN 0719-8884
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