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Ergonomic to the core, Aeron was designed for a wide range of body types, thanks to the extensive research from designers Bill Stumpf and Don Chadwick nearly 30 years ago. Its launch was pioneering in the office furniture industry – and it still is, thanks to updated research and material innovation, including the addition of ocean-bound plastic to the body of the chair. We've always known Aeron is good for our bodies – now it’s just as good for our environment too.
Aeron is available in a palette of four meticulously curated material expressions centred on elements pulled from the earth. Onyx is a dramatic ultra-black shade intended to modernise Aeron. Each component of the chair was thoughtfully designed, creating a fundamentally harmonious colour palette.
Aeron’s legacy of sustainability and innovation continues since its introduction nearly 30 years ago. It proved pioneering in both ergonomics and material innovation, without relying on the standard use of foam, fabric or leather found in most office chairs at the time. It’s also our first product to receive the industry-leading Cradle to Cradle V3 Silver Level certification. Aeron is composed of more than 50% recycled material – and now, we’ve added ocean-bound plastic, diverting more than 150 metric tons of plastic from the ecosystem every year.
This original is an authentic, fully licensed product of Herman Miller, Inc.
Product ID: 1083629
The Aeron Chair comes in three sizes suited to different heights and weights. It can be further customised, we recommend you enquire or visit us in-store to find out more.
Aeron – A Size
Seat H: 366–490mm
Seat D: 406mm
Aeron – B Size
Seat H: 401–528mm
Seat D: 432mm
Aeron – C Size
Seat H: 427–579mm
Seat D: 470mm
This product is covered by a 12-year conditional warranty.
This is a Living On product. Its freight emissions have been offset.
Don Chadwick was born in 1936 in Los Angeles and developed an interest in furniture making from his grandfather, a cabinetmaker.