Herman Miller A02 Cubicles with Sit Stand Desk TopsSKU: COG-HMSitStandDeskTops032520
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Herman Miller AO2 – The Story – Once a graphic artist and sculptor, Robert Propst became president of Herman Miller Research Corp. in 1960. His goal was to investigate how the world of work operated, and he concluded, sadly, that “today’s office is a wasteland. It saps vitality, blocks talent, frustrates accomplishment. It is the daily scene of unfulfilled intentions and failed effort.” In his landmark book The Office: A Facility Based on Change, he wrote, “We find ourselves now with office forms created for a way of life substantially dead and gone.” Propst’s answer to this unhappy situation was the Action Office system, introduced by Herman Miller in 1968. It was the world’s first open-plan office system—a bold departure from the era’s fixed chairs, fixed desks, and fixed assumptions of what office furniture should be. With the Action Office system, Propst assailed traditional, complacent office design with a concept that put inflexible forms aside in favor of a concept that fit the way people really worked. Action Office comprised components that could be combined and recombined to become whatever an office needed to be over time. Designer Jack Kelley worked side by side with Propst throughout the 1960s and early 1970s and played a pivotal role in the design of many Action Office components. Action Office transformed workplaces around the world, as well as Herman Miller and the entire office furniture industry, which scrambled to copy it. It has stood the test of time because it evolves as office dynamics change. Herman Miller has regularly enhanced and updated it to accommodate greater technology requirements, meet the changing needs of workers, and support new work processes.