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Collection by Zachary Edelson

Instances of George Nelson Designs in Modern Homes

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Trained as an architect, George Nelson was Herman Miller's Director of Design from 1945-72, overseeing its expansion into the modern furniture design for which its renowned today. Thanks to his efforts at Herman Miller, his own design studio (George Nelson Associates, Inc.), and his writing, Nelson was a key force in bringing modern design to the wider American public.

In the living room of a remodel in Seattle, the fireplace was powder-coated orange to complement the vintage...
A vintage lamp and George Nelson’s Marshmallow sofa and Spool clock...
More prized possessions that made the cut: A George Nelson Half-Nelson lamp sits atop an Alexander Girard bedside table.
The living room strikes more of a mid-century note with its Sunburst clock by George Nelson and an Eames molded plywood...
From the previous owners, Lange spied several key pieces of vintage furniture, including two rare George Nelson Thin...
The loft had no overhead illumination when the Benoits moved in, so they added a George Nelson Bubble lamp, mezzanine...
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