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  • Herman Miller Eames® Molded Plywood Folding Screen
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    As Charles and Ray Eames saw it, designers just want to have "serious fun." This 68-inch-high, undulating screen resulted from their play. It's a portable, foldable, enjoyable way to divide space, provide a backdrop, and add privacy. The screen was designed as a complement to other Eames molded plywood creations. It's also a stand-alone piece distinctive in all kinds of settings. A durable, woven polypropylene mesh connects six 10-inch long plywood sections in light ash, walnut, natural cherry, or ebony veneers. Folds for storage. Easy to carry and tucks neatly away. A fully licensed product of Herman Miller, Inc. Eames is a licensed trademark of Herman Miller. Designer: Charles and Ray Eames, 1946; Dimensions: w60” d2.25” h68” ; Material: inner maple plies with veneer and polypropylene mesh;
  • Herman Miller® Eames Storage Unit 420
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    Design Charles & Ray Eames®, 1950. Zinc-coated steel, plywood. Made by Herman Miller® "Recognizing the need is the primary condition for design." -Charles Eames. Eames Storage Units are emblematic of the grace and whimsy Charles and Ray Eames used in designing home furnishing solutions. A result of work they had done for a 1949 exhibition at the Detroit Institute of Arts, Eames Desk Units and Storage Units reveal the "machine aesthetic" and Japanese influences important to the Eameses at the time. Long before "modularity" and "high tech" entered the language, Charles and Ray combined standardized parts in many ways to create practical furnishings that suit a variety of uses at home and the office. With a grand sense of adventure, Charles and Ray Eames turned their curiosity and boundless enthusiasm into creations that established them as a truly great husband-and-wife design team. Their unique synergy led to a whole new look in furniture. Lean and modern. Playful and functional. Sleek, sophisticated, and beautifully simple. That was and is the "Eames look." Eames Storage Units are composed of cases, cabinets, and drawers in five configurations and four sizes. Uprights, cross-supports, and perforated panels are either zinc-coated or black steel; cabinet fronts are dimpled plywood; drawer fronts and shelves are molded plywood; case side and back panels are painted hardwood. Available in your choice of two color schemes: neutrals or brights. 4 units high, 2 units wide. ESU 420: 47.5" w | 16" d | 58.5" h. $2,999.00 + free threshold delivery in the continental U.S.
  • Herman Miller® Nelson Miniature Chest 6 Drawer
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    Design George Nelson™, 1952. Solid wood, laminate top, metal base & pulls. Made by Herman Miller® "The simple joy of taking an idea into one's own hands and giving it proper form, that's exciting." -George Nelson. Japan had a profound effect on George Nelson. During his first trip to Tokyo in 1951 and several more that decade, Nelson became fascinated with all things Japanese. That influence is evident in the 1952 design of his miniature chests. Reminiscent of tansu, cabinets with many small drawers used for storing a variety of items, the Nelson miniature chests provide wonderful little places to keep things. An interesting addition to nearly any room-whether at home or the office-these chests embody what Nelson appreciated most in Japanese design: "a sense of fitness in the relationship between hand, material, use, and shape." -George Nelson. Each drawer is hand-fitted by cabinetmakers to ensure proper alignment so the wood-on-wood glides work smoothly. Each model has a drawer with dividers to organize and store small items. True to the original design, the chest body and drawers come in walnut, white ash or teak wood with laminate on the top surface and 4-star aluminum base. Drawers have metal knobs. Chest with pedestal has adjustable glides. Chest without pedestal has solid brass glides. Six-drawer chest without pedestal base: 30.25" w | 13" d | 6" h. six-drawer chest with four-star pedestal base: 30.25" w | 13" d | 26.25" h. Ships partially assembled; pulls & base (if applicable) need to be attached.
  • Herman Miller® Capelli Stool
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    Design Carol Catalano. Molded plywood, ash veneer. Made by Herman Miller® "In pondering how to improve on the simple function of a stool I found myself observing the simple act of intertwining the fingers of my hands." -Carol Catalano. Catalano developed several ideas for the stool by studying the ergonomics of comfortable sitting. Using cardboard and foam models, she and her staff at Catalano Design took the Capelli stool's form and refined it until it was "comfortable and beautiful." Catalano has applied her creative talents to a wide variety of products since founding Catalano Design in 1987. She finds learning about new industries one of the most challenging and rewarding aspects of her job. Catalano likes to push the current boundaries of her field and has made a commitment to include much more thinking about the end user's experience in all her designs. With the energy and enthusiasm she shows for her work, it's clear Catalano loves the career path she's chosen. The Capelli Stool consists of two identical laminated wood pieces with undulating "fingers" molded at the top that interlock without tools or fasteners. As the surfaces between the fingers meet they become stops that hold each half of the stool firmly in place for an ingeniously stable and remarkably strong structure. Composed of 11 alternating dark- and light-stained hardwood inner plies and light ash veneer, the stool separates into two halves that stack conveniently together for easy storage. Awarded "Silver" in the Industrial Design Excellence Awards (IDEA) of 2002. 15.5" w | 13.4" d | 17" h.
  • Eames For Herman Miller Blue Compact Sofa
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    For Sale on 1stdibs - A mid century modern Sofa Compact designed by Charles and Ray Eames and made by Herman Miller. The Eames sofa Compact works where bulkier sofas don't.
  • Herman Miller Medici Chair
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    The low-sitting Medici Chair makes a bold statement in any space where you might take a moment to recline and relax. Inspired by the material, machinery, and craftsmanship essential to the woodworking process, the Medici Chair combines intriguing angularity with surprising comfort. Designer: Konstantin Grcic; Dimensions: w32" d31" h42.8"; Material: solid wood in anilin or waxed finish;
  • Herman Miller® Eames® Molded Plastic Armchair Rocker
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    Design Charles & Ray Eames, 1948. Molded plastic, chrome legs, solid-maple rockers. Made by Herman Miller® "Who would say that pleasure is not useful?" -Charles Eames. The molded plastic chairs are a flexible and comfortable seat with a variety of base options. Available in your choice of colors, which are permeated through the material so they remain vibrant even after years of hard use. The molded plastic seats are produced of ecologically friendly, recyclable polypropylene. New materials, especially those that held promise for doing more with less, fascinated the Eameses thoughout their careers. Plastic was no exception. They saw in it the chance to form organic seat shells that conform to the body's shape. The Eameses adapted manufacturing techniques developed during World War II to mass-produce this design in side and armchair versions. As they typically did, the Eameses required that materials be expressed honestly and unselfconsciously so these were the first one-piece plastic chairs offered without upholstery or covering. Their enduring design and quality construction make them durable performers in many environments. With a grand sense of adventure, Charles and Ray Eames turned their curiosity and boundless enthusiasm into creations that established them as a truly great husband-and-wife design team. Their unique synergy led to a whole new look in furniture. Lean and modern. Playful and functional. Sleek, sophisticated, and beautifully simple. That was and is the "Eames look." 25" w | 27.25" d | 26.5" h | seat: 13" h.
  • Herman Miller Molded Plywood Lounge Chair (LCW)
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    In 1945, designers Charles and Ray Eames’ wartime research developed an inexpensive and efficient method of molding plywood into compound forms. In their search for a better way, the Eames’ developed an innovative technique for molding plywood. The process allowed them to bend wood furniture in new directions and give hard materials a soft look. They created the “Kazam Machine” and worked in their small Westwood, California apartment. Eventually, the molded plywood chair of seat, back and legs was created. Designers Charles and Ray Eames established their long and legendary relationship with Herman Miller in 1946 with these boldly original Molded Plywood Chairs. The aesthetic integrity, enduring charm, and comfort of the chairs earned them recognition from Time magazine as “The Best Design of the 20th Century.” Time called the design “something elegant, light and comfortable. Much copied but never bettered.”
  • Herman Miller® Eames Hang-It-All
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    Design Charles & Ray Eames, 1953. Steel rod frame, solid wood balls. Made by Herman Miller® "Design is a plan for arranging elements in such a way as best to accomplish a particular purpose." -Charles Eames. Charles and Ray Eames brought a sense of play to all their work. Throughout their careers, they designed a variety of whimsical toys and furniture for children, including this 1953 Hang It All®, for Tigrett Enterprise's Playhouse Division. To achieve the piece's spidery base, Charles and Ray used the same mass-production technique for welding wires that they developed for their low table bases and wire chairs. More than just a conversation piece, the Hang-It-All holds nearly anything that slips over its colorful hooks. With a grand sense of adventure, Charles and Ray Eames turned their curiosity and boundless enthusiasm into creations that established them as a truly great husband-and-wife design team. Their unique synergy led to a whole new look in furniture. Lean and modern. Playful and functional. Sleek, sophisticated, and beautifully simple. That was and is the "Eames look." The Hang-it-all's welded steel wire frame has a powder-coat finish and attaches directly to walls or other surfaces. The hooks are made from 14 solid wooden balls and offered in all black, all white or multi-colored. Attachment hardware included. 19.75" w | 6.5" d | 14.6" h.
  • George Nelson Herman Miller Mid Century Modern Walnut Gateleg Sawtooth Table by George Nelson for sale
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    Professionally refinished included metal structural supports. Beautiful walnut grain. Sawttooth hinger George Nelson for Herman Miller gateleg table. Original label affixed underneath. Measures 40 x 18.5 with leaves down. Very sturdy.
  • Herman Miller® Eames® Upholstered Dcm
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    Design Charles & Ray Eames®, 1946. Molded plywood, metal or wood legs. Made by Herman Miller® "Who would say that pleasure is not useful?" -Charles Eames. Designers Charles and Ray Eames established their long and legendary relationship with Herman Miller in 1946 with the boldly original molded plywood dining and lounge chairs. Their technique of molding sheets of plywood veneer into gentle curves gave their molded plywood lounge chair a soft appearance - and created an inviting seat of unlikely comfort. Innovation again meets the iconic design with an updated offering: upholstery. This version includes an upholstered seat & back with a molded polyurethane cushion that enhances the chair's original character with increased comfort and new color. Still as forward thinking as its predecessors, it suits any setting calling for refined, flexible seating. Available in either lounge or dining versions with chrome-plated steel or wood legs. With a grand sense of adventure, Charles and Ray Eames turned their curiosity and boundless enthusiasm into creations that established them as a truly great husband-and-wife design team. Their unique synergy led to a whole new look in furniture. Lean and modern. Playful and functional. Sleek, sophisticated, and beautifully simple. That was and is the "Eames look." The chairs are offered in your choice of santos palisander, natural cherry, walnut, white ash or two colors which allow the wood's natural characteristics to show through. Santos palisander is a lustrous veneer that has the same characteristics as the original rosewood, color and grain. 20.5" w | 20.5" d | 29.5" h | seat: 17.5" h.
  • Herman Miller Nelson Platform Bench with Single Door Cabinet
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    Designed by George Nelson in 1946, the Herman Miller Basic Cabinet Series is a reintroduction of a classic casework collection. Building on the Nelson Platform Bench, the Basic Cabinet Series works with the bench or as stand-alone furniture. Various combinations fit multiple room applications and provide ample storage for living and working spaces. Straightforward honesty in construction and clean profiles with functional elements make each piece a model of efficiency in this collection. A wide array of individual pieces, all readily interchangeable for complementing any room, the Basic Cabinet Series is known for its practical storage areas and handsomely designed exteriors. Designer: George Nelson, 1946; Dimensions: small w48” d18.5” h30.5” medium w60” d18.5” h30.5” large w72” d18.5” h30.5” cabinet h16.5" w19" d18.5" ; Material: cabinet wood veneer cabinet, turned aluminum alloy door drawer pull bench solid maple with ebonized or chromed steel legs;
  • Herman Miller® Nelson Thin Edge Buffet
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    Design George Nelson™, 1952. Plywood, veneer, polished aluminum, metal. Made by Herman Miller® "Design is a response to social change." -George Nelson. Designed to look and feel exquisite, these cabinets, chests, and cases were produced in 1952 as application of George Nelson's continuing exploration of storage furniture, first introduced in 1945 in a Life magazine feature on his modular "Storagewall" concept. Originally called the Rosewood Group due to its use of rosewood veneer, this group was later renamed after the feature that gives it its aesthetic quality: the thin edge framing the doors and drawers. Fifty years since they were last available, the pieces are updated with environmentally sustainable veneers and finishing processes, including santos palisander, which shares - and honore - the rich personality of rosewood. The buffet unit features four drawers built of solid wood construction with soft closing slides and a two-door cabinet with two adjustable shelves. It's also available with polished aluminum legs with adjustable glides and your choice of two drawer/door pulls. Back panel can be requested finished to match or unfinished (matte black). Ships partially assembled, draw pulls need to be attached. This series consists of a buffet unit, chest of drawers, and a cabinet with doors. Please note: - walnut/dark brown combination, the case finish is walnut & drawers/door fronts are dark brown walnut. - white ash/walnut combination, the case finish is white ash & drawers/door fronts are walnut. Buffet: 18.5" d | 67" w | 28.6" h.
  • Herman Miller® Nelson Thin Edge Cabinet
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    Design George Nelson™, 1952. Plywood, veneer, polished aluminum, metal. Made by Herman Miller® "Design is a response to social change." -George Nelson. Designed to look and feel exquisite, these cabinets, chests, and cases were produced in 1952 as application of George Nelson's continuing exploration of storage furniture, first introduced in 1945 in a Life magazine feature on his modular "Storagewall" concept. Originally called the Rosewood Group due to its use of rosewood veneer, this group was later renamed after the feature that gives it its aesthetic quality: the thin edge framing the doors and drawers. Fifty years since they were last available, the pieces are updated with environmentally sustainable veneers and finishing processes, including santos palisander, which shares-and honors-the rich personality of rosewood. The cabinet features two doors and one adjustable shelf. It's also available with polished aluminum legs with or without adjustable glides and your choice of two door pulls. Back panel can be requested finished to match or unfinished (matte black). Ships partially assembled, draw pulls need to be attached. This series consists of a buffet unit, chest of drawers, and a cabinet with doors. Please note: - walnut/dark brown combination, the case finish is walnut & drawers/door fronts are dark brown walnut. - white ash/walnut combination, the case finish if white ash & drawers/door fronts are walnut. cabinet: 18.5" d | 34" w | 28.6" h.
  • Herman Miller Nelson Platform Bench
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    Introduced in 1946, the Nelson platform bench remains a landmark of modern design. The clean, rectilinear lines reflect designer George Nelson's architectural background and his insistence on what he called "honest" design - making an honest visual statement about an object's purpose. The bench serves as a multipurpose display and resting place in offices, public areas, and homes. The platform bench is whatever you need it to be. A bench, for seating. A platform, for displaying objects, plants, your MP3 dock. A low table, for magazines, books, a bowl of fruit. Place two together to make a coffee table. The bench is made of solid maple slats, which are spaced to let air and light through, and sealed with a clear-coat finish. The legs are ebonized and finger-jointed for superior strength. Available with ebonized or chromed steel legs. Select from three widths — 48, 60, and 72 inches. Optional seat cushion also available. Designer: George Nelson, 1946; Dimensions: small w48” d18.5” h14” medium w60” d18.5” h14” large w72” d18.5” h14” ; Material: solid maple with ebonized or chromed steel legs;
  • Herman Miller Eames Elliptical Table
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    Charles and Ray Eames considered many shapes for this large table introduced in 1951, but their final choice was elliptical. It reminds some of a surfboard. That's fitting, given that the Eameses enjoyed commanding views of the Pacific Ocean from their California home and studio. Charles and Ray Eames spent many years experimenting with wire rods, work that yielded a number of breakthrough products in the 1950s--including the wire-rod base for this table, Eames wire-base tables, Eames wire chairs, and other products.
  • Herman Miller Nelson Coconut Chair
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    The Coconut Chair has a simple, balanced design and a contemporary look. With its shallow sides and inviting curves, the chair is designed to let you sit in any position and move with ease. Thick cushion. The one-piece foam rubber, leather-upholstered cushion provides comfort and classic good looks. Durable materials. The chair's molded plastic shell sits atop a three-leg chromed steel base with glides.
  • Rare George Nelson Herman Miller Sofa red modern furniture
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    George Nelson for Herman Miller sofa circa mid 1960's. What makes this sofa extraordinary is the fabric. It has been upholstered in a dead stock original
  • George Nelson Sling Sofa. Herman Miller, c. 1960
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    For Sale on 1stdibs - Leather and chrome-plated steel sling sofa designed by George Nelson for Herman Miller. Original sling rubber seat and leather cushions.
  • George Nelson Steelframe Display Chest. Herman Miller, 1952.
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    For Sale on 1stdibs - Sunny yellow and white two-drawer Steelframe chest with glass display case designed by George Nelson for Herman Miller. Original drawer pulls.
  • Herman Miller Nelson 6-Drawer Miniature Chest
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    Design by George Nelson, 1952.By Herman Miller. The solid wood Nelson Miniature Chest, inspired by Japanese design, provides lots of small compartments to keep wonderful little things. It is still made with hand-fitted drawers — the kind of craftsmanship George Nelson insisted upon in 1952 and that Herman Miller maintains with all the integrity of the designer's original specifications. This 6-Drawer Chest includes a laminate top with drawers arranged in two vertical rows of three. Cabinetmakers hand fit each drawer for proper alignment and to ensure the wood-on-wood drawer glides operate smoothly. This stand alone case good, featuring 3/8" solid-brass glides at its base, can be perched on a counter or table top or left low to the floor. Available in several woods with laminate top and drawer pull finish options. Also offered with pedestal base.
  • Herman Miller® Eames Plastic Armchair Wire Base
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    Design Charles & Ray Eames®, 1948. Molded plastic, chrome legs. Made by Herman Miller® "Who would say that pleasure is not useful?" -Charles Eames. The molded plastic chairs are a flexible and comfortable seat with a variety of base options. Available in your choice of colors, which are permeated through the material so they remain vibrant even after years of hard use. The molded plastic seats are produced of ecologically friendly, recyclable polypropylene. New materials, especially those that held promise for doing more with less, fascinated the Eameses thoughout their careers. Plastic was no exception. They saw in it the chance to form organic seat shells that conform to the body's shape. The Eameses adapted manufacturing techniques developed during World War II to mass-produce this design in side and armchair versions. As they typically did, the Eameses required that materials be expressed honestly and unselfconsciously so these were the first one-piece plastic chairs offered without upholstery or covering. Their enduring design and quality construction make them durable performers in many environments. With a grand sense of adventure, Charles and Ray Eames turned their curiosity and boundless enthusiasm into creations that established them as a truly great husband-and-wife design team. Their unique synergy led to a whole new look in furniture. Lean and modern. Playful and functional. Sleek, sophisticated, and beautifully simple. That was and is the "Eames look." 25" w | 23.5" d | 31.75" h | seat: 16.25" h.
  • Nelson Platform Bench Cushion
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    Want to give your Nelson Platform Bench added appeal? This handsome cushion made specifically for the Nelson Platform Bench will do the trick. Available in a selection of upholsteries including leather.
  • George Nelson Nelson Basic Cabinet Series 24x34 Bookcase
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    Solid wood cabinets to be used alone, in conjunction with or atop the Nelson Platform Bench, or with other cabinets in the series to create stylish storage options for your home. Nelson Platform Bench not included.
  • Nelson™ Swag Leg Desk by Herman Miller®
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    Introduced in 1958, this streamlined desk is just right for today's workspace. It easily holds a tablet or laptop and has ample nooks to organize your paperwork. Two small drawers hold pencils and office supplies. And the solid walnut and chrome construction will stand the test of time. Designed by George Nelson. Part of the Herman Miller Collection. Room & Board is an Authorized Herman Miller Retailer.
  • Herman Miller Ward Bennett Claw Table, Round
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    Design by Ward Bennett.By Herman Miller. The Ward Bennett Claw Table, Round 'is' spare elegance, evoking an eye-catching presence in interiors that seek a bold yet refined architectural statement. A glass top that rests on an elegantly industrial metal frame produces a floating effect. Features a 0.75" thick clear glass table top over metal tri-leg base. Select from 6 base finishes.
  • herman miller Nelson Swag Leg Round Dining Table
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    The classic Nelson swag leg table has a clean, simple look that's a fresh today as when George Nelson designed it 50 years ago. The table has solid walnut stretcher with either a walnut veneer top or white laminate top with a walnut edge. The chromed legs feature adjustable glides. George Nelson began with the legs, insisting that they be made of metal, machine formed, and prefinished. And beautiful. He wanted that graceful curve. He also wanted them to be easy for the consumer to assemble, so the desk and tables could be shipped knocked down to save on costs. This series of furniture is named for the process that creates the distinctive legs. George Nelson started with this idea: "Wouldn't it be beautiful to have some kind of sculptured leg on a piece of furniture?" How could that be done without wood and hand-carving tools? Using pressure to taper and curve a metal tube--the process called swaging--proved to be the best way to produce the legs. Dimensions: 48" dia. | 29.38"H.
  • Herman Miller Eames® LCW Lounge Chair, Wood Legs - Upholstered
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    Designers Charles and Ray Eames established their long and legendary relationship with Herman Miller in 1946 with their boldly original molded plywood chairs. The aesthetic integrity, enduring charm, and comfort of the chairs earned them recognition from Time magazine as The Best Design of the 20th Century. Time called the design "something elegant, light and comfortable. Much copied but never bettered." (A locomotive came in second.) Molding thin sheets of lightweight veneer into gently curved shapes gives the durable material a soft, inviting appearance. The chairs work just about anywhere—from homes and offices to schools and public areas. In their search for a better way, Charles and Ray Eames developed an innovative technique for molding plywood. The process allowed them to bend wood furniture in new directions and give hard materials a soft look. A fully licensed product of Herman Miller, Inc. Eames is a licensed trademark of Herman Miller. Designer: Charles and Ray Eames, 1946; Dimensions: w22” d24.25” h26.5” seat height 15.5"; Material: five-ply molded wood with eight-ply molded wood legs;
  • Herman Miller Nelson Basic Cabinet Series Medium Cabinet with 3 Drawers
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    Nelson Basic Cabinet Series Medium Cabinet with Drawers: Solid wood cabinets to be used alone, in conjunction with or atop the Nelson Platform Bench, or with other cabinets in the series to create stylish storage options for your home. The bookcase is designed to sit atop the Platform Bench and is not available with legs. You can use this cabinet alone or mix and match it with the other cabinets and Platform Bench to create a storage and seating configuration that suits your space needs. Choose From: Light Brown Walnut Veneer. Natural Oak Veneer. (platform bench not included)
  • Herman Miller Eames® Aluminum Group Lounge Chair
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    Design by Charles & Ray Eames, 1958. Made in the U.S.A. by Herman Miller. The relaxed, cradeling silhouette of this lounge chair is contemporary comfort at its finest. Introduced by Herman Miller in 1958, this unmistakable design features a lightweight and durable polished aluminum frame with suspended upholstery, in a range of choices from jacquards to leathers. It has a 4-star base with 0.5" glides for hard floors or carpet, and a fixed seat height. Select desired Tilt option, with or without Headrest. Then select base/frame finish and upholstery textile color. Material(s): Aluminum with Messenger fabric (78% post-industrial recycled polyester, 15% polyester, 7% nylon) Dimensions: Overall: 25.75" W X 32.25" D X 37" H. Seat Height: 14.75" H.
  • Herman Miller Eames&Reg; Molded Plywood Coffee Table
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    Design by Charles & Ray Eames, 1946.By Herman Miller. Charles and Ray Eames designed the molded plywood coffee table in 1946 to complement their famous molded plywood chairs. Lightweight and movable, this imaginative table is unmistakably Eames with its thin, slightly indented top and gently curved legs. The top and legs of this classic table are shaped by molding thin wood veneers under heat and pressure — the same breakthrough process Charles and Ray Eames used to create their molded plywood chairs. This coffee table first came to Herman Miller's attention in the mid-1940s when George Nelson, Design Director, saw it and other Eames molded plywood products at a showing in the Barclay Hotel in New York City. Nelson contacted the Eameses and soon afterward, they were designing for Herman Miller. Select Natural Cherry, Walnut, Ebony-Stained Ash, or White Ash.
  • Herman Miller Goetz&Trade; Sofa
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    Design by Mark Goetz, 1999.Made in the U.S.A. by Herman Miller. Molded plywood carries an immediate association with classic Herman Miller designs, and Mark Goetz, principal of TZ Design in New York City, skillfully and creatively incorporates this material in his sofa design. The Goetz Sofa turns traditional sofas inside out, since its plywood shell is clearly visible as both an aesthetic element and a structural frame. A complex miter at every corner allows the molded veneer to wrap completely around the sides and back. The Goetz Sofa's dramatic profile features upholstered cushions with a balanced seat depth that gives ergonomic support as well as room to lie down. A durable polyurethane finish protects veneers. Zippered covers on all cushions can be easily removed for cleaning. Matte finish metal legs add contemporary appeal. Select from five veneer finishes with a wide-range of upholstery choices.
  • Herman Miller Nelson™ BCS Small Cabinets
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    Miller. The Herman Miller Basic Cabinet Series is a reintroduction of a classic casework collection. Building on the Nelson™ Platform Bench, the components of this series work with the Bench or as stand-alone furniture. Clean-lined, functional, and versatile, the series' Small Cabinets provide small item storage and can be used freestanding or placed on top of the Nelson™ Platform Bench. The BCS Small Cabinets are fine furniture, built to last. They're also part of a system, with partner components that are coordinated in size, shape, and design. All components are manufactured with a minimum number of standard dimensions, which will remain basic and ensure ongoing flexibility through the years. View the entire Basic Cabinet Series for more storage ideas. Select Single Drawer with Open Cabinet or Closed Cabinet with Left or Right Door. Then select platform base (for mounting to the Nelson Platform Bench) or freestanding wood legs. Offered in two finishes with custom aluminum alloy pulls. Material(s): Wood veneer, aluminum. Dimensions: Platform Bench-Mount Base: 16.5"H x 18"W x 18.5"D. With Wood Legs: 22"H x 18"W x 18.5"D.
  • Herman Miller Nelson™ BCS, Closed Cabinets
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    Miller. The Herman Miller Basic Cabinet Series is a reintroduction of a classic casework collection. Building on the Nelson™ Platform Bench, the components of this series work with the Bench or as stand-alone furniture. Clean-lined, functional, and versatile, this veneer Closed Cabinet has 2 sliding glass doors and can be used freestanding or placed on top of a Nelson™ Platform Bench. The BCS Closed Cabinet is a fine furniture piece, built to last. It's also part of a system, with partner components that are coordinated in size, shape, and design. All components are manufactured with a minimum number of standard dimensions, which will remain basic and ensure ongoing flexibility through the years. View the entire Basic Cabinet Series for more storage ideas. Select platform base (for mounting to the Nelson Platform Bench) or freestanding wood legs, then select from two finishes. Material(s): Wood veneer. Dimensions: Platform Bench-Mount Base: 24"H x 34"W x 18.5"D. With Wood Legs: 29.5"H x 34"W x 18.5"D.
  • Herman Miller Nelson™ BCS, Large Cabinets
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    Miller. The Herman Miller Basic Cabinet Series is a reintroduction of a classic casework collection. This veneer freestanding cabinet is available with 5 Drawers on the Left Side with a Single Door on the Right (main image shown), or with 2 Full Width Drawers over Double Doors (line drawing shown above). The BCS Large Cabinets are fine furniture, built to last. They're also part of a system, with partner components that are coordinated in size, shape, and design. All components are manufactured with a minimum number of standard dimensions, which will remain basic and ensure ongoing flexibility through the years. View the entire Basic Cabinet Series for more storage ideas. Select from two models, distinguished by door/drawer location. Then select from two finishes with custom aluminum alloy pulls. Material(s): Wood veneer, aluminum. Dimensions: 39.5"H x 40"W x 18.5"D.
  • Herman Miller Eames&Reg; Sofa Compact
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    Design by Charles & Ray Eames, 1954.Made in the U.S.A. by Herman Miller. The light-scaled Eames Sofa Compact gives all the comfort usually associated with long, low, heavy sofas. It fits well where bulkier, traditional sofas don't — such as an executive suite or lounge as well as a home's alcove, vestibule, study, or nook. The Sofa Compact's striking profile and crisp, light scale evolved from a built-in sofa that Charles and Ray Eames designed for the living room of their Pacific Palisades home. Knowing this makes the name "compact" seem less curious for a sofa that's over 6 feet long and provides such comfortable support from shoulders to knees. The sofa has been in continuous production by Herman Miller since 1954. The Eames Sofa Compact features a high, angled back made of two horizontal foam pads with reinforcing cord welting detail. Urethane foam seat cushions are supported by fabric-reinforced rubber webbing on a steel and wire-spring armature. The ultra soft 2" thick molded urethane foam cushions can be upholstered in a variety of fabrics. The steel frame is black enamel, and the tubular steel legs are chrome plated. Stainless steel glides have rubber bases.
  • Herman Miller® Eames® Lounge Chair
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    Design Charles & Ray Eames, 1956. Molded plywood, die-cast aluminum legs, leather upholstery. Made by Herman Miller® "Who would say that pleasure is not useful?" -Charles Eames. The Eames lounge chair is the culmination of Charles and Ray Eames' efforts to create comfortable and handsome lounge seating by using production techniques that combine technology and handcraftsmanship. Its heritage goes back to the molded plywood chairs pioneered by the Eameses in the 1940s. The Eames lounge chair is considered among the most significant and collectible furniture designs of the 20th century and is part of the permanent collection of New York's Museum of Modern Art. Charles Eames said his goal for the chair was the "warm, receptive look of a well-used first baseman's mitt." Every one is a special refuge from the strains of modern living. The first lounge chair, produced in 1956, was a birthday gift for friend Billy Wilder, the Academy Award-winning film director, and it made its public debut on Arlene Francis' Home show, which later became the Today show. With a grand sense of adventure, Charles and Ray Eames turned their curiosity and boundless enthusiasm into creations that established them as a truly great husband-and-wife design team. Their unique synergy led to a whole new look in furniture. Lean and modern. Playful and functional. Sleek, sophisticated, and beautifully simple. That was and is the "Eames look." Every lounge chair manufactured since the original has received the same meticulous handcrafted attention. The rich veneer and supple leather suggest old-fashioned luxury translated into modern forms, setting an enduring standard for comfort and elegance. In addition, the lounge chair is now available in a veneer called santos palisander, a lustrous veneer that has the same characteristics as the original rosewood, color and grain. The chair has 6-inch thick urethane foam cushions and rich leather upholstery available in your choice of colors. The wood is harvested exclusively from sustainably managed forests and is available in a variety of finish options. All pieces are hand assembled with a built-in swivel mechanism. Chair: 32.75" w | 32.75" d | 32" h | seat: 15" h.
  • Herman Miller Eames® 2-Seat Sofa
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    Miller. Manufacturing of the Eames® 2-Seat Sofa began in 1984 and stands as one of the last designs from the Eames Office. This beautifully balanced design exemplifies the best in modern furniture design. Its angled profile and clean planes are highlighted by a beautiful Walnut or Teak back, soft leather seating, and a Polished Aluminum base. Suited to both home and office applications, the 2-Seat Sofa features two-over-two cushioned seating with low armrests. Select Walnut or Teak wooden back finish with Polished Aluminum base, then select leather type and color. Material(s): Steel, hardwood, foam, leather. Dimensions: 33" H x 56" W x 30" D.
  • Herman Miller Eames® Lounge Chair
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    Design by Charles & Ray Eames, 1956. Made in the U.S.A. by Herman Miller. The Eames Lounge Chair and Ottoman are considered among the most significant and collectible furniture designs of the 20th century. The rich veneer and supple leather suggest old-fashioned luxury translated into modern forms, setting an enduring standard for comfort and elegance. Want something more to love? How about durable construction: cushions are individually upholstered and replaceable; back cushions are interchangeable and shock mounts are resilient natural rubber. Shells are made of a durable seven-ply wood veneer; the base and back braces are die-cast aluminum. All pieces are hand assembled, and are produced from wood harvested exclusively from sustainably managed forests. New in 2011, Herman Miller has focused considerable effort on retaining the original design intent of Charles and Ray Eames for this model. To this end, new oiled finishes are now available. The oiled finish closely matches the look and feel that was originally offered on this design and gives these veneers a lustrous appearance. Just like the original oiled finish, it will need to be maintained for years of enjoyment. And the fit and finish of the Eames Lounge cushions has been altered to their original design as well. "The leather cushions do have built-in wrinkles to start with, but that is a clue that spells comfort to come, like the warm receptive look of a well-used first baseman's mitt." (Charles Eames). Select wood veneer or new oiled finish. Then select leather type and color. Also available in the new Eames® White Ash Lounge Chair . Material(s): Molded veneer, foam and aluminum with Metallic Dream Cow Leather (100% leather) Dimensions: 32"H X 32.75"W X 32.75"D X 15"Seat H.
  • Herman Miller Eames&Reg; Desk Unit 20
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    Design by Charles & Ray Eames, 1950.By Herman Miller. Introduced in 1950, well before its time, the Eames Desk Unit 20 is emblematic of the grace and vision Charles and Ray Eames used in solving home furnishing problems. A result of work they had done for a 1949 exhibition at the Detroit Institute of Arts, Eames Desk Units and Storage Units reveal the "machine aesthetic" and Japanese influences important to the Eameses at the time. Long before "modularity" and "high tech" entered the language, Charles and Ray combined standardized parts in many ways to create practical furnishings that suit a variety of uses at home and the office. The wire cross supports used in Eames Desk Units echo other classic Eames designs, including Eames Storage Units, wire chairs, and wire-base tables. The Eames Desk Unit 20 features a birch finish on tops and file fronts with painted hardwood board in neutral or primary colors on case sides and back panels. The desk is also offered in the scaled down Desk Unit 10, featuring open shelf storage and a smaller overall footprint. Select Left- or Right-facing file drawer. Then select Zinc Plated or Black Anodized Zinc frame with Neutral or Primary surface color choice.
  • Herman Miller Goetz™ Sofa
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    Design by Mark Goetz, 1999. Made in the U.S.A. by Herman Miller. Molded plywood carries an immediate association with classic Herman Miller designs, and Mark Goetz, principal of TZ Design in New York City, skillfully and creatively incorporates this material in his sofa design. The Goetz Sofa turns traditional sofas inside out, since its plywood shell is clearly visible as both an aesthetic element and a structural frame. The Goetz Sofa's dramatic profile features upholstered cushions with a balanced seat depth. A durable polyurethane finish protects veneers. Zippered covers on all cushions can be easily removed for cleaning. Matte finish metal legs add contemporary appeal. Select from four veneer finishes with a wide-range of upholstery choices. Dimensions: 32"H X 84"W X 31"D X 17.5"Seat H.
  • Herman Miller® Eames Chaise
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    Design Charles & Ray Eames®, 1968. Die-cast aluminum frame & base, foam, upholstery. Made by Herman Miller® "The details are not the details. They make the design." -Charles Eames. In 1955 while filming on location, director Billy Wilder discovered he could take quick naps on a plank held up by sawhorses. This prompted Wilder to tell his friends Charles and Ray Eames that he needed a narrow office couch. The Eameses remembered that conversation and in 1968 introduced the Eames chaise, giving the first one to Wilder. It has been produced by Herman Miller ever since. With a grand sense of adventure, Charles and Ray Eames turned their curiosity and boundless enthusiasm into creations that established them as a truly great husband-and-wife design team. Their unique synergy led to a whole new look in furniture. Lean and modern. Playful and functional. Sleek, sophisticated, and beautifully simple. That was and is the "Eames look." The chaise is soft, comfortable, and just 18 inches wide. When you lie on it, you naturally fold your arms over your chest. Should you doze off, your arms soon fall to your sides, waking you up. It's a beautiful place to relax for a spell in a study, den, or executive office. The Eames chaise features six 2.5" cushions upholstered in your choice of leather. Two loose cushions give additional support for the neck, back, or legs. The gently sloping frame puts the body in a healthful relaxed position, with the head and legs slightly raised. A scratch-resistant coating is electrostatically applied to the frame (offered in three colors). With its thin lines, leather upholstery, and sculptural frame and base, the chaise is a contemporary work of art. 76.5" L | 18" w | 29.5" h.
  • Herman Miller® Eames 3-Seater Sofa
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    Design Charles & Ray Eames®, 1984. Solid wood frame, polished aluminum legs, upholstery. Made by Herman Miller® "The details are not the details. They make the design." -Charles Eames. The Eames sofa is the last piece of furniture produced by the Eames Office, which completed the design after Charles Eames died in 1978. It went into production in 1984 and has been manufactured by Herman Miller ever since. Charles and Ray Eames designed the sofa to complement their plush soft pad chairs and the sleek chaise. It stands as a graceful reminder of the honest genius of Charles and Ray Eames. With a grand sense of adventure, Charles and Ray Eames turned their curiosity and boundless enthusiasm into creations that established them as a truly great husband-and-wife design team. Their unique synergy led to a whole new look in furniture. Lean and modern. Playful and functional. Sleek, sophisticated, and beautifully simple. That was and is the "Eames look." With its emphasis on beautiful materials and simplified forms, the Eames sofa exemplifies the best in modern furniture design. Its angled profile and clean planes showcase a harmonious combination of rich walnut or teak, soft leather, and polished aluminum. Equally fitting for the contemporary home or office, it's a luxurious place to settle back and relax. Available with two or three seats. three seat model: 80" w | 30" d | 33" h | seat: 16.5" h.
  • Herman Miller® Nelson Marshmallow Sofa
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    Design George Nelson™ & Irving Harper, 1956. Metal frame, upholstery. Made by Herman Miller® "The single common element in all man-made things is that they are designed." -George Nelson. When the Marshmallow sofa was introduced in 1956, the Herman Miller catalog described it as "The first of a series of pieces embodying a new concept in soft seating. We feel that it has possible use not only in the home, but in contract use for lobbies in public buildings where the very fact that it is unusual will be a plus." The catalog also said, "Despite its astonishing appearance, this piece is very comfortable." Herman Miller founder D.J. DePree saw an article in a 1945 Life magazine featuring George Nelson's Storagewall unit, which was causing a sensation in the furniture industry. He was so impressed that he paid a visit to Nelson in New York and convinced him to be his director of design, which spurred Nelson to found his design firm, George Nelson & Associates. The warm personal and professional relationship between Nelson and DePree yielded a stunning range of products, from the playful Marshmallow Sofa to the first L-shaped desk, a precursor of today's workstation. The playful Marshmallow sofa is a landmark of modern design that's still turning heads and making people smile. The 18, round cushions can be all the same color or in multiple colors for the right look in a private office, lobby, lounge, living room, or den. 52" w | 26" d | 31" h | seat: 16" h.
  • Herman Miller® Soft Pad Group Lounge & Ottoman
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    Design Charles & Ray Eames®, 1969. Aluminum, upholstery. Made by Herman Miller® "Design is a plan for arranging elements in such a way as best to accomplish a particular purpose." -Charles Eames. An extension of the Aluminum Group chairs designed in 1958 for the Irwin Miller home, the Soft Pad Group repeats the structure of the earlier chairs, adding cushions to the seat and back. Covered in leather or fabric, these cushions transformed the spare character of the Aluminum Group into a luxurious version for homes and offices. The seat-back suspension was a major technical achievement and represented a departure from the concept of the chair as a solid shell. The soft pad group is wonderfully comfortable, strong, yet lightweight. With a grand sense of adventure, Charles and Ray Eames turned their curiosity and boundless enthusiasm into creations that established them as a truly great husband-and-wife design team. Their unique synergy led to a whole new look in furniture. Lean and modern. Playful and functional. Sleek, sophisticated, and beautifully simple. That was and is the "Eames look." Available in management, side, executive, and lounge models, their classic lines and comfortable suspension keep them in demand for all kinds of places, from contemporary homes to elegant offices to hip startups. The lounge chair features a high-back with arms, a lightweight aluminum frame and 2"-thick upholstered foam cushions. It has a 4-star base, fixed seat height and the option for three back cushions and swivel or four back cushions and tilt-swivel. The ottoman features an aluminum frame, 2"-thick upholstered foam cushions, 4-star base and fixed height. 3-cushion, swivel lounge chair: 24.75" w | 29.25" d | 35" h | seat: 19.75" h | arms: 26.75" h. 4-cushion, tilt-swivel lounge chair: 26" w | 31" d | 38.75" h | seat: 17" h | arms: 24" h. Ottoman: 21.5" w | 21.5" d | 19.75" h.
  • Herman Miller® Nelson Marshmallow Sofa
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    Design George Nelson™ & Irving Harper, 1956. Metal frame, upholstery. Made by Herman Miller® "The single common element in all man-made things is that they are designed." -George Nelson. When the Marshmallow sofa was introduced in 1956, the Herman Miller catalog described it as "The first of a series of pieces embodying a new concept in soft seating. We feel that it has possible use not only in the home, but in contract use for lobbies in public buildings where the very fact that it is unusual will be a plus." The catalog also said, "Despite its astonishing appearance, this piece is very comfortable." Herman Miller founder D.J. DePree saw an article in a 1945 Life magazine featuring George Nelson's Storagewall unit, which was causing a sensation in the furniture industry. He was so impressed that he paid a visit to Nelson in New York and convinced him to be his director of design, which spurred Nelson to found his design firm, George Nelson & Associates. The warm personal and professional relationship between Nelson and DePree yielded a stunning range of products, from the playful Marshmallow Sofa to the first L-shaped desk, a precursor of today's workstation. The playful Marshmallow sofa is a landmark of modern design that's still turning heads and making people smile. The 18, round cushions can be all the same color or in multiple colors for the right look in a private office, lobby, lounge, living room, or den. 52" w | 26" d | 31" h | seat: 16" h.
  • Herman Miller® Eames Storage Unit 420
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    Design Charles & Ray Eames®, 1950. Zinc-coated steel, plywood. Made by Herman Miller® "Recognizing the need is the primary condition for design." -Charles Eames. Eames Storage Units are emblematic of the grace and whimsy Charles and Ray Eames used in designing home furnishing solutions. A result of work they had done for a 1949 exhibition at the Detroit Institute of Arts, Eames Desk Units and Storage Units reveal the "machine aesthetic" and Japanese influences important to the Eameses at the time. Long before "modularity" and "high tech" entered the language, Charles and Ray combined standardized parts in many ways to create practical furnishings that suit a variety of uses at home and the office. With a grand sense of adventure, Charles and Ray Eames turned their curiosity and boundless enthusiasm into creations that established them as a truly great husband-and-wife design team. Their unique synergy led to a whole new look in furniture. Lean and modern. Playful and functional. Sleek, sophisticated, and beautifully simple. That was and is the "Eames look." Eames Storage Units are composed of cases, cabinets, and drawers in five configurations and four sizes. Uprights, cross-supports, and perforated panels are either zinc-coated or black steel; cabinet fronts are dimpled plywood; drawer fronts and shelves are molded plywood; case side and back panels are painted hardwood. Available in your choice of two color schemes: neutrals or brights. 4 units high, 2 units wide. ESU 420: 47.5" w | 16" d | 58.5" h. $2,999.00 + free threshold delivery in the continental U.S.
  • Herman Miller® Eames Hang-It-All
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    Design Charles & Ray Eames, 1953. Steel rod frame, solid wood balls. Made by Herman Miller® "Design is a plan for arranging elements in such a way as best to accomplish a particular purpose." -Charles Eames. Charles and Ray Eames brought a sense of play to all their work. Throughout their careers, they designed a variety of whimsical toys and furniture for children, including this 1953 Hang It All®, for Tigrett Enterprise's Playhouse Division. To achieve the piece's spidery base, Charles and Ray used the same mass-production technique for welding wires that they developed for their low table bases and wire chairs. More than just a conversation piece, the Hang-It-All holds nearly anything that slips over its colorful hooks. With a grand sense of adventure, Charles and Ray Eames turned their curiosity and boundless enthusiasm into creations that established them as a truly great husband-and-wife design team. Their unique synergy led to a whole new look in furniture. Lean and modern. Playful and functional. Sleek, sophisticated, and beautifully simple. That was and is the "Eames look." The Hang-it-all's welded steel wire frame has a powder-coat finish and attaches directly to walls or other surfaces. The hooks are made from 14 solid wooden balls and offered in all black, all white or multi-colored. Attachment hardware included. 19.75" w | 6.5" d | 14.6" h.

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tbarnes63
Wrote two years ago
Thanks! I am glad you liked it....hope you found some items to use! @lolakap

lolakap
Wrote two years ago
Amazing collection! Thank you for sharing! Wonderful!!!! : )

tbarnes63
Wrote two years ago
Thanks so much...I really enjoy doing these! @topcoatballet

topcoatballet
Wrote two years ago
absolutely brilliant collection.

tbarnes63
Wrote two years ago
Thanks! I enjoy finding the stuff for them.... @nscooper

nancysdrew
Wrote two years ago
Wow, you are going to town on these collections...keep 'em coming!

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