February 04, 2020
At Stockholm Furniture Fair, Herman Miller presents its expanding world of design, to help you create exceptional, purposeful spaces.
Featuring the worldwide debut of Civic Tables by Sam Hecht and Kim Colin - a universal table collection for home, work and hospitality.

At Stockholm Furniture Fair 2020, Herman Miller presents an immersive exhibit exploring our expanding world of design. The exhibit will showcase the dynamic breadth of authentic ancillary and lounge designs now available from across the Herman Miller family of brands.

Designed to be stimulating and thought-provoking, the exhibit will feature complementary products from across Herman Miller’s family of brands displayed within four curated spaces – Work, Meet, Lounge and Host. Visitors to the exhibit will be invited to discover our purposeful design solutions as they move from one room to another. From a cozy lounge with luxurious fabrics, to an inspiring modern office, to a formal yet welcoming meeting space, guests will be encouraged to think about how to create one-of-a-kind spaces that strengthen people’s sense of connection, purpose, and well-being.

The exhibit will also feature the worldwide debut of Civic Tables, a universal table collection for Herman Miller by award-winning designers Sam Hecht and Kim Colin. Civic is a comprehensive table collection that lends itself to a wide variety of applications for work, home, and hospitality. It includes meeting tables, conference tables, cafe tables, lounge tables, collaboration tables, and side tables—each offering a choice in shape, color, material, and finish.

“We realized there was a need for tables that could deal with customization and eclecticism—relevant for unique interiors but made from the same bones” says Hecht. He and Colin developed one table base that works for all uses without compromising function, cost, or variety.

The foundation of Civic is a base design for each table which gives elegance and coherence to a space, allowing them to be specified across a diverse range of environments. Accompanied by table tops with curved edges and fluid shapes, Civic encourages people to gather round; it’s collaboration without hierarchy. Civic Tables will be on display for guests to view throughout Stockholm Furniture Fair. 

For more information, contact media_relations@hermanmiller.com.  

About Herman Miller
Herman Miller is a globally recognized provider of furnishings and related technologies and services.  Since its inception in 1905, the company has relied on innovative design to help people do great things. The global design leader has evolved into Herman Miller Group, a family of brands that collectively offers a variety of products for environments where people live, learn, work, and heal. The family of brands includes Colebrook Bosson Saunders, Design Within Reach, Geiger, HAY, Maars Living Walls, Maharam, naughtone, Nemschoff, and Herman Miller.