by Herman Miller
designed by Sam Hecht and Kim Colin
At A Glance:
The Wireframe Loveseat, with its external frame and removable cushions, is a nod to the common difficulties people tend to have with pieces of upholstered furniture. It seeks to remove those difficulties right at the outset, rather than one by one. The Herman Miller Wireframe Two-Seat Sofa's frame is formed from strong steel wire - long in use for furniture like the Eames Molded Plastic Chairs, and now adapted to serve as a stable platform for this loveseat.
What's to Like:
- Each cushion can be independently removed, which makes cleaning a snap. Just remove and vacuum - and if the pillows need heavier treatment, you can just take them to be dry-cleaned. That's a lot easier than trying to lug a loveseat to the dry cleaners.
- The Wireframe Loveseat comes with two lumbar pillows and two throw pillows. That's a lot of included comfort.
- The loveseat features Herman Miller's Super-Seat suspension technology, which provides comfort and support across the loveseat's width. No matter how you're seated, your pressure will be distributed evenly.
- Last, but not least - the Wireframe Loveseat is very light - both visually and physically. Most of us have gone through the experience of trying to move a big, heavy loveseat up stairs or through a tight door frame. Well, just take the cushions out and move frame and cushions independent from one another. You probably won't need to measure your stairwell ever again.
The Herman Miller Wireframe Loveseat incorporates both old and new technologies to come up with a completely new way of making a two-seat sofa. It's comfortable, lightweight, and easy to live with. And isn't that the point?
The Herman Miller Wireframe Collection also includes:
The Herman Miller Wireframe Loveseat is also known by the following manufacturer Item Number: BK11002.
About the Manufacturer
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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.
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.
Materials & Measurements
- Frame made of steel wire with 2 color options
- Upholstery fabric made of 100% polyester
- Cushion covers are removable
Take one look at the Wireframe Series, and it makes you want to have a seat and stay a while. And with such a rigid support structure on the outside, it's no wonder that the cushions look so inviting. They're not built around an immovable interior frame, so they're able to be softer and more open to different postures without being disfigured by excess padding.
Wire has been a staple of the Herman Miller design diet for many decades, beginning with the Eames' Wire Chair and continuing through the Molded Plastic and Molded Plywood families. The Wireframe Series is a refreshing update of the material.
The designers drew inspiration from how they use a sofa - and how they believe people are living today. The result has a lightness in visual form and actual fact. "We wanted something that was visually light, that spoke of the contemporary conditions of moving a sofa from one position to another," said Hecht. From a consideration of lightness "grew the idea of a wired frame that contains its cushions in a manner that feels comfortable to the eye as well as the body."