Aeron® Work Stool

Designed by Don Chadwick and Bill Stumpf for Herman Miller®


Item Number: 2197386
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When Bill Stumpf and Don Chadwick designed the Herman Miller Aeron Chair (1994/2016), they combined a deep knowledge of human-centered design with never-before-seen technology to create a task chair unlike any other. Now Aeron has been remastered in practically every way, resulting in an office chair that better supports people and the work we do today. With the help of Don Chadwick, Herman Miller updated Aeron to incorporate 20 years of research in the science of sitting, as well as advancements in materials. The Aeron Work Stool is perfect for architects and designers who sit at drafting tables and tall desks. It‘s fitted with an 8Z Pellicle elastomeric suspension seat that offers eight latitudinal zones of varying tension and permits free air circulation, a tilt mechanism that moves smoothly from forward tilt to backward recline and a height-adjustable footrest for comfortable extended sitting. Aeron supports you through your entire range of motion, keeping your movements smooth and balanced. Design doesn’t get more civilized. This is the authentic Aeron Work Stool by Herman Miller. Constructed of 53% recycled materials, Aeron is 89% recyclable. Backed by a 12-year manufacturer’s warranty. Made in U.S.A.

  • Aeron® Work Stool
  • Aeron® Work Stool


Don Chadwick
Don Chadwick

U.S.A. (1936)

Chairs are for sitting on. It sounds obvious, but there are designers who seem to miss that point. Not Don Chadwick, however, who has developed some of the best chairs on the market – including the Aeron Chair with Bill Stumpf – by emphasizing the body and the fact that bodies move.

Chadwick calls his hands-on studio in Santa Monica an “experimental ...

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Bill Stumpf
Bill Stumpf

U.S.A. (1936–2006)

What does jazz have to do with design? Everything, according to Bill Stumpf, who once said that he liked to collaborate with other designers the way a jazz trio improvises, playing together with no fixed destination. The approach requires complete attention, and you have to trust your instincts. Design should make room for spontaneity and discovery, said Stumpf, “blending the pleasure ...

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Product Details


H 45.75"–49.25" W 27" D 27" SEAT H 24.75"–29.25"


8Z Pellicle™ elastomeric suspension seat and backrest; seat tilt mechanism; adjustable back with PostureFit SL™ backrest or lumbar support; die-cast aluminum frame and base; polyurethane foam arm pads; 2.5-inch standard nylon carpet casters.

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Care & Maintenance With regular care and maintenance, your Herman Miller product will provide many years of superior performance and satisfaction. To maintain quality, please follow the cleaning procedures outlined here. The instructions for the care and maintenance of Herman Miller Products are provided to you as a service. No warranty is implied since results may vary. Polished Aluminum For normal cleaning, apply a pre-softened paste wax to polished aluminum components following the manufacturer's instructions. In humid atmospheres near salt water, apply the wax once a month. In other areas, apply wax every three months to maintain the appearance of the aluminum. Plastic For normal cleaning, wash plastic surfaces with a soft cloth soaked in mild detergent and warm water. Rinse thoroughly and dry with a soft cloth. Do not use solvents or abrasive kitchen cleaners. Pellicle For normal cleaning, vacuum fabric as needed. Vacuuming picks up dust and reduces the need for professional cleaning. Do not brush fabric or use a vacuum attachment with a rotary brush. Brushing may permanently damage the nap or change the character of the fabric. There are two types of stains: water-based and oil-based. Water-based stains are non-greasy soil or stain such as coffee, soft drinks, fruit juices, or milk. Oil-based stains are oil-borne soil or stains such as lipstick, grease, or salad dressing. For water-based stains, use a water-based cleaner (specifically made for cleaning fabric) or a solution of mild (alkaline) warm soapy water (not overly soapy) applied with a damp clean cloth or sponge. Work the cleaner into a lather or foam. Never use hot water, it will set the stain. Avoid scrubbing. For oil-based stains, use a dry cleaning solution applied with a damp clean cloth or sponge. To spot-clean fabric, immediately soak up the stain with a soft absorbent cloth. Do not dry the stain completely or it may set. The longer a stain is allowed to remain on a fabric, the more difficult it is to remove. Test the cleaning solution on a small, concealed area first. If there is no spotting, ringing, or damage to the fabric or its dyes, apply the cleaning solution to the soiled area with light, quick strokes. Begin at the outside of the stain and work toward the center, being careful not to over-saturate the fabric. Do not rub too vigorously or you may damage the nap of the fabric or break fibers. Several light applications are better than one heavy application. Soak up all remaining cleaning solution and then use another clean cloth or sponge to remove any residue. (For water-based stains, use a clean cloth or sponge dipped in cool water.) Let fabric dry thoroughly and then vacuum well before using. If the stain resists cleaning, call a professional cleaner. If large areas are soiled, have a professional cleaning firm clean the fabric with a dry compound upholstery shampoo.

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