First introduced in 1953 for Tigrett Enterprises' Playhouse division, the whimsical Eames Hang-It-All used short steel rods on a metal framework, each capped with a brightly painted wooden ball, to serve as hooks for clothes or other items. It was discontinued in 1961, but reintroduced by Herman Miller in 1994.
While the original multi-colored Eames Hang-It-All reinvented the everyday coat rack and has been a favorite modernist accessory for decades, the Herman Miller Select 2010 edition brings a luxurious new twist to the familiar form, featuring a black frame and solid walnut ball hooks for a new, sophisticated option to complement home or office décor.
Be cool. Or be warm. Or breathe easy. Or all three! The C2 climate control lets you take charge of your own personal climate. Its advanced technology offers heating and cooling settings and air filtration too. Climate control is one of the top 10 qualities affecting job performance. You can leave the sweater or fan at home—and you'll be more productive too.
Lightweight, freestanding, and portable, the soft screen is a sinuous, beautiful way to divide space or have a little privacy when you need it. Like a curtain that somehow manages to stand upright.
Designed without a frame, for a light aesthetic, the screen is nevertheless stable, strong, and rigid. But it looks delicate, thanks to the translucent panels—cool white or spun gold—that allow light to filter through.
The Intersect portfolio is a versatile group of products that work together effectively—just like the people who use it. Intersect display and boundary products, tables, and seating help people collaborate, communicate, and exchange ideas in shared spaces outside individual workstations, where more work is being done. They move and adapt easily to fit people, the space, and the task.