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Wireframe Sofa Group

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Wireframe Sofa Group

HERMAN MILLER: Design Sam Hecht and Kim Colin

Product Information

Designed by London-based Sam Hecht and Kim Colin, the Wireframe Three-Seat Sofa is appropriate for both home and commercial settings.   Minimalist and modern, the Wireframe Sofa Group features an external structure that uniquely holds its cushioning in place.

Minimalist and modern, the Wireframe Sofa Group features an external structure that uniquely holds its cushioning in place. Made from steel wire, the highly durable steel wire frame also ensures that Hecht and Colin’s design is lightweight.

Because the frame is separate from the upholstery, the cushions are easy to remove, clean, and maintain— a compelling feature for demanding use in office settings.

The first sofa to employ suspension technology developed by Herman Miller for the healthcare industry, Wireframe evenly distributes sitting pressure, making it a comfortable and versatile choice for both commercial and home environments.

Additional Information:

Options
Choices include white or black frame with multiple upholstery options.

Dimensions
2 Seat Sofa: W 1600mm, H 762mm, D 927
3 Seat Sofa: W 2273mm, H 762mm.

Warranty
This item is covered by a 5 year conditional warranty.

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Designer: Sam Hecht and Kim Colin
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Sam Hecht and Kim Colin are the founders of Industrial Facility. The London-based design studio was formed in 2002 to explore the junction between industrial design and the world around us. Areas of work include products, furniture, exhibitions, transportation and clothing. The studio has designed for brands including Muji, Droog, Established & Sons, Herman Miller, Mattiazzi and Issey Miyake.

In 2008, Sam was elected as Royal Designer for Industry (RDI), the highest accolade a designer can receive in the UK, and was also nominated for the Prince Philip Design Prize. That same year Kim was appointed Design Advisor to Herman Miller.

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