Modern Herman Miller Don Chadwick Modular Seating Forest Green Pair of Chairs


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Chadwick Modular Seating



Foam, Fabric, Plastic


Forest Green

DATE: Circa



We heard that green is the new black! Well, not really, but maybe it should be!! Check out this awesome pair of modern chairs which are part of the modular seating collection designed by Don Chadwick for Herman Miller! We have two straight pieces wearing their original forest green fabric, black plastic ribbed bases, and their tags are dated 1987. Deep back pockets allow for convenient cleaning and comfortable airflow and they’re so versatile! They will work wonderfully bumped together as a settee or on their own as slipper chairs. They would be great as side chairs in your living room, one on each side of your sofa or put them together and use them as a settee in your bedroom or sitting room.

Don Chadwick has pioneered the use of modern materials, molding processes and mechanisms leading to cutting-edge products that have raised the standard for their market. A native of Southern California, Don Chadwick received his principal training in design at the University of California, Los Angeles. He then worked for architect Victor Gruen before establishing his own practice in 1964. In 1974, Chadwick designed Chadwick Modular Seating. In collaboration with William Stumpf, he designed the Equa 1 flexing-plastic chair (1984). Then in 1994, the landmark Aeron chair catapulted Chadwick to national attention; the Industrial Designers Society of America and Business Week Magazine awarded Design of the Decade to the Aeron chair in 1999. Chadwick has received numerous awards over the past three and a half decades. Chadwick’s relationship with Knoll marks a milestone in the career of an inventive designer. “I am gratified to be part of the Knoll legacy; I consider Knoll to be at the highest level of contemporary design, and our collaboration is a notable one for me.” With the Chadwick chair, he has proven himself as effective at bringing a product to market as he has been at creating the market itself.

Herman Miller started life as Star furniture Co. in Zeeland, Michigan in 1905 a producer of high-quality furniture. Becoming Michigan Star Furniture Co in 1919, and then in 1923, when long time employee Dirk Jan De Pree and his father-in-law purchased 51% of the company stock, it was renamed Herman Miller Furniture Company. And remained so until the 1960s when it became Herman Miller, Inc. Until the 1930s they produced only traditional wood furniture, but the Great Depression caused a need for change, and they hired modernist Gilbert Rohde who took the company in a new successful direction. Upon Rohde’s death in 1944 he was replaced by none other than the renowned George Nelson. Working with the likes of not only Charles and Ray Eames but Isamu Noguchi, Alexander Girard, and Robert Propst, to name just a few, Nelson led Herman Miller to became one of the finest names in furniture and design.

These chairs have it all…versatility, comfort, and an innovative design. You need to make them yours!!

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Wonderful modern Herman Miller Don Chadwick modular seating pair of chairs in forest green. Beautiful condition, keeping in mind that these are vintage and not new so will have signs of use and wear. These have been professionally cleaned and are ready to use; however, some may wish to recover. It is priced accordingly. Please see photos and zoom in for details. We attempt to portray any imperfections. Circa, 1987

Chair Size:

  • Height – 27 Inches
  • Width – 28.5 Inches
  • Depth – 31 Inches
  • Seat Height – 15 Inches
  • Inside Seat Width – 28.5 Inches
  • Inside Seat Depth – 22.5 Inches
  • Inside Back Height – 13 Inches
  • Weight – 47.25 Pounds


Crated Size:

  • Height – 49 Inches
  • Width – 35 Inches
  • Depth – 37 Inches
  • Weight Crated – 240 Pounds


We ask that the buyer cover freight.

100 MILES OR LESS OF 66607
White Glove, Blanket-wrapped Est. Delivery: 5 biz days


Pickup at 414 SE 2nd St.
Call us at 232.8008 to schedule