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The Herman Miller furniture pop-up shop has just arrived at 68 Wooster Street, and in it, you can find enough chairs, couches and even art from nearby galleries to furnish your entire apartment—and then some. The pop-up will stock the Herman Miller Collection, which the company describes as a "comprehensive new portfolio of authentic modern designs that lets you select, furnish, and create complete environments in a variety of settings—from the boardroom to the backyard." See that, you can even get your backyard patio on, presuming of course, that you have one.
The Shophound explains that the collection includes modern furniture from notables such as Charles and Ray Eames, Isamu Noguchi, and Ward Bennett, as well as from contemporary designers. If Don Draper's Upper East Side penthouse is what you're after, there are no shortage of Mad Men-esque sofas and chairs to choose from.
· Herman Miller Launches New Collection With SoHo Pop-Up [The Shophound]
· Herman Miller Collection [Official Site]