Feb 21

"The Cranbrook Connection"

The MillerKnoll story began nearly 90 years ago at the Cranbrook Academy of Art. It was there, at this prestigious Michigan school, where Florence Knoll, Eero Saarinen, Charles and Ray Eames and Harry Bertoia’s lives became intertwined. Not only did these design legends become lifelong friends, but they continued to inspire each other professionally and went on to change the face of furniture and office design as we know it today.

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MillerKnoll and the MoMA

Herman Miller and Knoll are giants in the world of furniture and office design. New York City’s Museum of Modern Art, more famously known as the MoMA, is one of the most prominent museums in the world. The fascinating history of these three iconic companies is intertwined throughout the 20th and 21st centuries. One could even argue that some of the mid-century modern, classic furniture that we know today would not exist without the MoMA.

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The Season of Giving with Best of the Batch

It’s becoming a bit of a Workscape tradition to spend a December afternoon wrapping gifts at the Best of the Batch Foundation’s Annual Wrapping Party. “It was my first-year volunteering at Best of the Batch and it’s safe to say that I will be returning every year now to volunteer! It truly is such a great organization,” says Workscape Finance Manager, Brittney Lojas.

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