Herman Miller Cognita Storage Bench
  • Herman Miller Cognita Storage Bench
  • Herman Miller Cognita Storage Bench
  • Herman Miller Cognita Storage Bench
  • Herman Miller Cognita Storage Bench
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Herman Miller Cognita Storage Bench

Design Jeff Weber, 2007
Brushed steel, walnut case, upholstery
Made by Herman Miller®

Somewhere between the office and the kitchen table your lifework happens. Bills are paid, vacations planned, emails returned, news gathered and purchases made. It's a daily rhythm that resonates from a central source-a home workspace in harmony with who you are and how you express yourself.

Herman Miller introduces the Lifework™ Portfolio for home environments. Composed of five innovative desks, companion storage pieces, select seating and accessories, these distinctive residential lifework solutions embody performance and style. Ideal instruments for the tempo of life.

BluDot, the Minneapolis-based furniture design firm, says its goal is to bring good design to as many people as possible--which means creating products that are useful, affordable, and desirable.

In the Cognita storage bench, a beautiful and innovative solution has emerged, so versatile that it can hold files on one side, and your stuff on the other. The bench, with its combined soft seating and hard surface for home office technology, epitomizes the firm's idea of what lifework entails. While managing clutter and necessary equipment, Cognita intentionally invites interaction. They've created a multi-functional, flexible and accommodating storage solution-clean, elegant and modern-with enough endearing whimsy and adaptability to ensure that people will use and enjoy the piece for many years to come.

Cognita storage bench features file storage for letter, legal or A4 size folders, Two drawers to accommodate office supplies, a removable organizer tray for small items and seating with a wool/polyester blend upholstery in your choice of either chocolate, chili or celery.

54" w | 18" d | 18" h

Jeff Weber

Wooden Furniture

Herman Miller