Item No. 100191521

“Four Leaf Clover” by Alexander Girard

$550.00
Item No. 100191521

“Four Leaf Clover” by Alexander Girard

$550.00

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  • Authentic Environmental Enrichment Panels by Herman Miller.
  • Originally designed for office environments.
  • Panels include preattached mounting brackets.
  • 46" H 31.5" W
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“Four Leaf Clover” by Alexander Girard
$550.00
Forever joyful — Ranging from abstract designs to figurative pictograms, the colorful, bold, and playful Girard Environmental Enrichment Panels bring personality and warmth – and a bit of Girard wit – into any environment.
Details

Details

Aesthetic functionalism

Alexander Girard was the director of design for Herman Miller’s textile division from 1952 to 1973. Toward the end of his tenure, he was asked to add an element of “aesthetic functionalism” to Herman Miller’s very first open-plan office system, called Action Office. He responded with more than 40 images for the Environmental Enrichment Panel (1972) project. Each includes a preattached wooden dowel for easy hanging.
  • Authentic Environmental Enrichment Panels by Herman Miller.
  • Originally designed for office environments.
  • Panels include preattached mounting brackets.
Brand
Herman Miller
General Dimensions
  • 46" H 31.5" W
Assembly
Comes fully assembled
Warranty
DWR honors a one (1) year warranty on all products. Brand-specific warranties may extend to longer periods.
Four Leaf Clover

Four Leaf Clover

  • Height (in): 46
  • Width (in): 31.5
  • Silkscreen on 100% linen
  • MDF mounting panel with spacer frame
Alexander Girard

Alexander Girard

During his career, Alexander Girard energized the furniture designs of Herman Miller with a new, vibrant color palette and an oeuvre of folk-inspired textiles. He was the first modern designer to define textiles as being more than just functional and to further emphasize form through the application of color and pattern.

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