ADR and Herman Miller’s $30,000 Aeron chair closing soon

Jun 30, 2020
  • Article by Elisa Scarton

There is not much time left to enter ADR and Herman Miller‘s $30,000 competition to win one of 16 Aeron chairs, valued at $1860 each.

The contest closes for entries at 23:59 AEST on 14 July 2020

The contest is free to enter for anyone over the age of 18. Click here to find out how to enter.

With many people working from home, an office chair has taken on new significance. Herman Miller has been designing for more than 100 years with a focus on design, the environment, community service and the health and well-being of all its customers.

The competition challenges entrants to consider how a Herman Miller Aeron chair would improve ergonomics in their home office.

The competition is inspired by Herman Miller designers Bill Stumpf and Don Chadwick, who set out to design the Aeron chair in 1994 as a health-positive, cross-performing, inclusively sized and environmentally sensitive product.

In 2016, Chadwick remastered the Aeron chair to incorporate advancements in materials, manufacturing and technology, and today’s world of work.

Herman Miller will be sponsoring the IDEA 2020 Workplace Under 1000sqm category. To celebrate, we’ve teamed up with the US furniture company to give away 16 Aeron chairs, each valued at $1850 for a total of $30,000 in prizes.

To win, entrants must submit a short 50-word description answering the questions: How could a Herman Miller Aeron chair improve ergonomics in your home office?

It could be humorous or heart-felt, honest or imploring.

16 readers will win an Aeron chair, each valued at $1850.

Competition closes 14 July 2020.

16 winners will be selected by the Australian Design Review editorial team with the best answers published in a series of articles online. Terms and conditions apply.

Herman Miller was founded in Zeeland, Michigan, in 1905. Over the decades, it has worked with numerous architects and designers, and is a recognised innovator in contemporary interior furnishings, solutions for healthcare environments and related technologies and services.

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