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Herman Miller brings back classic Eames chair in recyclable fiberglass
Herman Miller brings back classic Eames chair in recyclable fiberglass

The iconic Eames molded fiberglass shell chair returns to vintage form as Herman Miller unveils a sustainable version of the 1950 chair that is made from recyclable fiberglass. Herman Miller discontinued the popular shell chair during the 1980s due to environmental concerns associated with fiberglass production. In 2000, the company reintroduced the chair in recyclable polypropylene, which is commonly used for outdoor furnishings and stackable side chairs. Now Herman Miller has introduced a sustainable version in fiberglass that is manufactured without VOC or HAP emissions and has the colors and textures of the midcentury original. The new chair is available in armchair and side chair...

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