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Herman Miller Zeph

Herman Miller and Studio 7.5 team up on a new office chair with the Eames-inspired Zeph. Inspired by the Eames Shell Chair as evidenced by the Zeph's shape, the chair might look simple but its design features what the brand calls a "Kinetmatic Monoshell" structure that moves with your body to give you all the support you need in a more natural way. The shell is offered in a number of colors but can also be customized with an interchangeable 3D Knit that can be swapped out with a variety of styles without the need for tools.

Zeph will be available this August through Herman Miller's online store and their retail stores across the US. A unibody upholstery model will be available later this year and a side chair version will launch early next year. 


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