Less material used intelligently makes Mirra 2 more responsible to your body, and more responsible to the Earth.
- Butterfly back flexible polymer shell is merged with a fabric layer in a corresponding color.
- The AireWeave® seat suspension can match or contrast this back color.
- The bead covering the AirWeave attachment to the seat frame is the same color as the AireWeave suspension material. Base/frame finish is applied to base, tilt mechanism, loop spine, and arm posts.
- Height: 38.75 - 42.75 Inch
- Width: 30 Inch
- Depth: 25 Inch
- Seat Height: 16 Inch - 20.5 Inch
- Tilt: Tilt Limiter And Seat Angle
- Arms: Adjustable Arms
- Seat Depth: Adjustable
- Back: Butterfly Back
- Back Support Option: Adjustable Lumbar Support
- Base/Frame Finish: Semi-Polished Base/Studio White Frame
- Butterfly Back/Latitude Fabric Combinations: Dark Turquoise Back/Dark Turquoise Latitude
- Armpad: Fog
- Casters/Glides: 2 ½ Inch Hard Caster, Black Yoke, Carpet , 2 ½ Inch Caster, Black Yoke, Hard Floors Or Carpet
- Ships assembled or ready to assemble.
- Weight Limits—Tested and warranted for use by persons 350 pounds and under.
- Warranty: 12- years with the exception of the Latitude fabric which is 5-years.
By the middle of the 20th century, the name Herman Miller had become synonymous with “modern” furniture. Working with legendary designers George Nelson and Charles and Ray Eames, the company produced pieces that would become classics of industrial design. Since then, Herman Miller has collaborated with some of the most outstanding designers in the world, including Alexander Girard, Isamu Noguchi, Bill Stumpf, Don Chadwick, Studio 7.5, Yves Béhar, Doug Ball, and many talented others.
Today, in addition to their classic pieces and new designs for the home, Herman Miller is a recognized innovator in contemporary interior furnishings for the home or office workspace. Headquartered in Zeeland, Michigan, Herman Miller has manufacturing facilities in the United States, China, Italy, and the United Kingdom and sales offices, dealers, licensees, and customers in over 100 countries. All of them work to design and build a better world around you.
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Herman Miller Mirra® 2 Chair - Executive Turquoise Designed by:
- Studio 7 5
Burkhard Schmitz, Claudia Plikat, and Carola Zwick began their partnership in 1992. They were looking for the freedom to work on projects that interested them, and for the freedom to do so without bosses or titles. The group’s name—Studio 7.5—comes from an early idea to rent a 7.5-ton truck, put a model shop in it, and drive from one project site to another. Obviously, freedom of movement is important for these designers. They move freely—and smartly—when designing products for their clients. The complexity of design problems, Studio 7.5 believes, requires collaboration, and repeated testing of ideas in full-scale models until the most elegant answer emerges.
“You really have to work in three dimensions when designing products,” notes Claudia. “Computer drawings just don’t give you the feel, the touch, the smell.” They love designing furniture, or as they prefer to call it “equipment,” as in the tools modern workers need for the work they do. They find designing office chairs in particular to be most rewarding, having worked with Herman Miller on the Setu Chair, the award-winning Mirra chair, and its successor, Mirra 2.
Studio 7.5’s penchant for using common materials in new and often innovative ways is evident in these chairs and another of their new designs—Metaform Portfolio. Metaform is a concise set of foundational blocks and add-on people can arrange and rearrange as the needs of individuals and work teams evolve. In all cases, polypropylene is a recurring material; what is unique are the ways Studio 7.5 designs and engineers it to do amazing things. Studio 7.5 says of their designs, “Both Metaform Portfolio and Mirra 2 empower people by giving them more control over their environment and tools. Our goal is to enable people to assume roles similar to that of a craftsman in his shop, surrounded by what he needs to be most productive.”