The Aeron Chair has set the bar for what a chair could be for more than 20 years. But a lot has changed since 1994; it only made sense that Aeron should change to. So how do you improve one of the most iconic and beloved chairs in the world?
Herman Miller recruited Aeron’s co-designer Don Chadwick to reexamine the original design criteria through the lens of today’s work and technology. Combining Don’s vision with Herman Miller’s latest research around the science of sitting, the new Aeron works smarter than ever before—so you can too.
With stronger, smarter materials, better adjustment capabilities, new finish options, and a healthier, more comfortable sit, Herman Miller didn’t recreate or redesign the Aeron Chair—they remastered it for today’s work and workers.
- Greater stability, comfort, and support for the body’s natural movements through zonal pressure distribution, PostureFit SL, and reengineered materials and mechanisms
- Optimal comfort and customization across the widest possible range of work activities through updated cross-performance design and intuitive adjustment controls
- Three proportional sizes to provide a personal fit to the widest range of body types of any chair
- Three holistic material palettes to enhance modern environments
Reengineered pressure distribution, hi-tech materials, an updated tilt mechanism, and PostureFit SL deliver increased comfort and ergonomic support.
With a thoughtfully reconsidered frame angle and updated adjustment controls for intuitive fine-tuning, the remastered Aeron chair supports you—any way you want to work.
Recognizing that one size does not fit all people, the remastered Aeron comes in three proportional sizes, providing a personal fit for everyone.
For the first time, Aeron’s colors, materials, and finishes have been completely reconsidered to harmonize with different modern environments.
Works Hard Everywhere, Like You Do
The remastered Aeron’s cross-performance design and beautiful new material palettes make it suitable for a wide array of environments and settings for today’s work—from workpoints to workshops.