Ray Wilkes

When Ray Wilkes arrived in New York City in the early sixties on a Royal College of Art grant to study in the United States, he went straight to an office on 50th Street. He’d been referred to George Nelson, the renowned architect, designer, and publisher, through his RCA connections. So began Ray Wilkes' connection to Herman Miller, one that led to several iconic designs including the chiclet couch. To learn more about Ray and his design contributions at Herman Miller, click here to visit Herman Miller's portfolio of designers. 

The Chiclet couch was recently reintroduced. Learn more here.