Nelson Thin Edge Cabinet by Herman Miller designed by George Nelson
At A Glance: First introduced 60 years ago, the Nelson Thin Edge Cabinet is a time-tested combination of form and function. The Nelson Thin Edge Cabinet can adapt to meet your storage needs with its adjustable inner shelf, no matter what you need to put away. Available in a variety of beautiful finish options, the Nelson Cabinet from Herman Miller comes with the option of fixed or adjustable glides so that - no matter your surface - the Nelson Thin Edge Cabinet will stand strong.
George Nelson isn't just a name - he's one of the first names designers think about when they're going for superbly balanced, beautiful, and iconic pieces to enhance the decor of their clients.
The unfinished back option is perfect for pieces that are going to be used against a wall, while the "finished alike" option provides 4 matching sides in the veneer of your choice.
The delicately formed aluminum legs provide plenty of support while keeping the look of the cabinet light.
What's Not to Like: It's not a large cabinet with tons of storage space, especially for the money. But is that the point? We all know what kind of aesthetic value Herman Miller's long-lasting, well-designed furniture carries.
The Bottom Line: The beautifully formed Nelson Thin Edge Cabinet works great as extra storage or as an accent piece.
34" w x 18.5" d x 28.625" h
One adjustable inner shelf
Aluminum alloy pulls
Polished aluminum legs available with fixed and adjustable glides
Unfinished back panel option for use against a wall
Matching back panel option for when you want to show off all 4 sides
The Herman Miller Nelson Thin Edge Cabinet is also known by the following manufacturer Item Numbers: TE2134.GP, TE2134.GH.
George Nelson When writing about the course of his remarkable 50-year career, George Nelson described a series of creative "zaps"--moments of out-of-the-blue inspiration "when the solitary individual finds he is connected with a reality he never dreamed of." It was these zaps that would lead to the creation of some of the most original furniture designs of the 20th century- including the Coconut Chair, the Marshmallow Sofa, and the Swag Leg Work Table.
An early zap came in the 1930s, when he was an architectural student in Rome. Before returning home, an idea struck him: He would travel Europe and interview leading modern architects, hoping to get the articles published in the U.S. He succeeded, and in the process introduced the U.S. design community to the European avant-garde. This set in motion a sequence of what he called "lucky" career breaks that were really the inevitable outcomes of his brilliance as a designer, teacher, and author.
Herman Miller is an industry leader in the integration of cutting edge technology to furniture and other household items to make everyday life more comfortable, convenient, and stylish. Herman Miller stands out at the forefront of such fields as ergonomic technologies, environmentally friendly manufacturing processes, and customizable furniture items. Included in Herman Miller's celebrated office furniture selection is the iconic Aeron Chair and the groundbreaking Embody Chair.
In addition to producing some of the most outstanding office furniture in the world, Herman Miller has also taken on the responsibility of manufacturing some of the most celebrated furniture designs by some of the world's most famous designs. These "modern classics" include works by Charles and Ray Eames, George Nelson, and Isamu Noguchi. Herman Miller celebrates these famous mid-century designers' works through its extraordinarily precise manufacturing techniques and industry-leading green production processes.
Herman Miller is a global company with operations, sales offices, dealers, and licensees in more than 40 countries in North America, Asia/Pacific, Europe, Middle East, Africa, and Latin America, serving customers virtually anywhere in the world. Herman Miller is headquartered in Zeeland, Michigan, while manufacturing facilities are located in the U.S., China, Italy, and the United Kingdom.
In keeping with Herman Miller's principles of sustainable design the Nelson Thin Edge Cabinet is one of the most environmentally friendly pieces in its category. The Nelson Thin Edge Cabinet uses 85 recycled content and is up to 88 recyclable at the end of its life. That commitment to sustainability ensures that not only will your Nelson Cabinet not end up in a landfill, but it actually prevents materials from going there in its construction.