Introduced in 1946, the slat platform bench was one of Nelson's first designs for Herman Miller after becoming their design director. Intended to serve as a table, a seat, or a base for case goods, its countless imitations over the years are a testament to its functionality and popularity. Herman Miller produced them in a range of sizes to meet a variety of needs. This nice early vintage example of model 4691 is 68" long (a size no longer produced) and has softly radiused edges on the legs.


Also available is an upholstered cushion.


14"h X 68"w X18.5"d

Early George Nelson Slat Platform Bench by Herman Miller


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