News about Herman Miller
ZEELAND, Mich. – It would be impossible to discuss mid-century design without Alexander Girard (American, 1907-1993). From upholstery to wallpaper, and restaurant interiors to branding for an international airline, Girard’s catalog raisonne was profoundly diverse, and his personal aesthetic — joyful, optimistic, brimming with unusual combinations of color — became indistinguishable from Herman Miller’s when […]
MONROVIA, Calif. – Moran’s Studio Furniture & Decorative Art auction June 23 realized strong prices for fine silver and furnishings. Collectors vied for fine examples offered at approachable price points. Absentee and Internet live bidding was available through LiveAuctioneers. A gorgeous Mark Goetz sofa from Herman Miller with its warm walnut-wrapped back made an impact […]
NEW YORK – The grand reopening of La Belle Epoque Auction House kicked off with a Multi-Estates Auction on March 18, marking the house’s first auction since shutting down for 10 months of renovations due to severe water damage in their 7,000 square-foot space.
PHILADELPHIA — Freeman’s Art and Design auction, scheduled for Wednesday, March 8, features a distinguished selection of works by Pablo Picasso, including more than a dozen plates, pitchers and sculptures in clay. Absentee and Internet live bidding will be available through LiveAuctioneers.