N° 4690, N° 4691, N° 4692, N° 4693
Wood slats in primavera, birch, or black finish, on a black base
H 14", W 18 1/2", D 48"
H 68", W 72", D 102" (later available in widths of 56” and 92”)
The Platform Bench was originally developed by George Nelson for his office at Fortune magazine, and grew to become a central component of his first furniture collection with Herman Miller. The multifunctional bench could be used as seating, as a low coffee table, or as a base for case goods. Seating cushions were available for (Bench Pads C-24, C-48, C-72) and, as of 1954, the bench was offered with a metal base.
Produced by Herman Miller from 1946 to 1967, reintroduced 1994.
Produced by Vitra since 2002.