Name: Herman Miller - Good Stuff

Date: 2000

No. Pages: 172

No. Eames Pages: 30

Synopsis: The good stuff book is essentially a brochure, a pictorial journey through the wonders of the Herman Miller world, from products & ranges to snapshots of daily working life in the family of factories. But it is not a catalog, and although ranges and designs are mentioned they are only by name, there are no details, no available options, no prices or text – just a visual introduction and no more. As we have come to associate with a modernizing Herman Miller, the Good Stuff book encapsulates what it means to work for the company, and what its people mean to it too. It is as good a brochure as one can find, with a great number of pages, 30 of which are still full of the works of Charles & Ray Eames some 50 years after their first.

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