Herman MillerHerman Miller has been dedicated to design for more than 75 years. With a design legacy that began under the leadership of Gilbert Rohde and George Nelson in the 1930s and 40s, the company gained a worldwide following for its modern furniture collection by the early 1950s, with chairs, sofas and tables for home and office by designers like Charles & Ray Eames, Alexander Girard, George Nelson, and Isamu Noguchi. These icons of modern design developed products that still endure today. And, through continued innovation at the company and a new generation of designers and ideas, the products that Herman Miller makes today will endure for decades to come. Herman Miller works for a better world around you. They do this by designing furnishings that improve the human experience - from pioneering the way for ergonomic office seating and furniture to stewarding environmental leadership in its business and manufacturing processes, product material usage and product life cycles. Herman Miller's longstanding commitment to the world around us continues to drive design solutions for the modern home and workspace. The company continues to develop its designer relationships with names like Yves Behar, Jeff Weber and Studio 7 adding lighting, storage and office collections to its catalog of design classics.
Mark Goetz thinks about furniture in ways that most of us don't. In his 20-year design career, he has been responsible for numerous collections of seating and furniture pieces with a classically modern appeal.
Herman Miller invited Mark to design a sofa for their Home division. The goal was to create an innovative piece that would complement the work of great designers Charles and Ray Eames, George Nelson, and Isamu Noguchi. The Goetz Sofa is a design of beauty, comfort, and functionality. It is perfectly suited for everyday living. Through the years Mark has forged and maintained a strong working relationship with Herman Miller in which he's also been engaged in several projects, including ergonomic task seating, the Intersect Portfolio for Collaboration, and the Aside stacking chair.