Sled Base 6-Drawer Credenza by Geiger from Herman Miller
designed by Ward Bennett
Originally designed by Ward Bennett in the 1960s, the Sled Base 6-Drawer Credenza has been a staple of the design enthusiast's office for half a century. With six drawers, 4 box and 2 file, the 6-Drawer Sled Base Credenza from Geiger gives you plenty of room to store your office paperwork. Sure the Sled Base Credenza is incredibly functional, but what really sets it apart is its iconic design. Clean lines, a variety of elegant wood finishes and metal pulls combine to make this Credenza one eye-catching piece. Eye-catching file storage? Almost sounds like an oxymoron, but the Geiger Sled Base Credenza definitely adds style and beauty to your work space.
The Sled Base Credenza features:
- 37.5" w x 18.5" d x 26.625" h
- 4 box drawers, 2 file drawers
- 3" high metal frame base
- Top drawer contains pencil tray and faux suede lining
- File drawers accommodate letter or legal files
- Hanging file frames in file drawers
Materials & Measurements
Wood veneer credenza
3" high metal frame base on 3/4" thick end gables
37.5" w x 18.5" d x 26.25" h
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About The Manufacturer
Founded by John Geiger in 1964 Geiger Furniture began as Interiors International Limited, a small 4-man operation based in Toronto that produced design-minded office furniture. Steadily expanding throughout the 20th century, Geiger initially focused on modular office furniture and case goods that could be customized as office needs changed. In keeping with this commitment to flexibility, Geiger stressed the importance craftsmanship and quality construction in its use of wood furniture. With quality construction and beautiful wood finishes Geiger pieces easily fit in most settings and seem to adapt to any change in current styles.
In the 1980s Geiger paired with Ward Bennett, a partnership that would lead to numerous awards throughout the 80s and 90s. Today, Geiger produces many of Ward Bennett's most iconic designs, holding true to Bennett's principles of beauty and simplicity. Geiger strives to not only produce top-quality furniture for the home and office but to do so responsibly, in a way that preserves the earth's precious resources. In 2010 Geiger met two ambitious sustainability goals: using 100 percent green electrical energy and reaching zero landfill status during its production process. Sustainability, functionality, beauty, these traits have helped make Geiger a staple of the furniture industry for more than half a century.
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Considered the first American designer to use industrial materials for home furnishings, Ward Bennett pioneered modern and simplistic design in furniture. Ward Bennett began his design journey in the clothing industry in New York City. At age 13 he quit school to begin designing clothing and at 16 left New York City for Europe. Mostly self taught, Ward Bennett eventually returned to New York City where he designed furniture and interior layouts for some of the most recognizable names of that era: David Rockefeller, Chase Manhattan Bank, Rolling Stone founder Jann Wenner, Lyndon B Johnson, and more. While his designs are certainly beautiful, modern works, above all Ward Bennett focused on comfort and functionality, always striving for the perfect user experience. Bennett often incorporated industrial elements in his designs and shied away from excess, relying on simple, elegant and functional forms to carry his work. During the 1980s Bennett partnered with Geiger international, eventually becoming responsible for the creative direction of the company during the 1980s and 1990s. Today some of his most iconic pieces, like the Scissor and Sled Chairs are proudly produced by Geiger, preserving Bennett's work while holding true to his principles of simplicity and comfort.
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