Design Drawing, "Triple Eyes," Designed by Alexander Girard for Herman Miller, 1971

Summary

Alexander Girard, Herman Miller Textile Division's Director of Design, created a series of forty folk art-inspired graphic panels aptly named "Environmental Enrichment Panels" in 1972. They were meant to enrich the office environment, adorning the moveable walls of Robert Propst's Action Office II -- more commonly known as the cubicle. This drawing laid out the design for the "Triple Eyes" panel.

Alexander Girard, Herman Miller Textile Division's Director of Design, created a series of forty folk art-inspired graphic panels aptly named "Environmental Enrichment Panels" in 1972. They were meant to enrich the office environment, adorning the moveable walls of Robert Propst's Action Office II -- more commonly known as the cubicle. This drawing laid out the design for the "Triple Eyes" panel.

Artifact

Design drawing

Date Made

05 May 1971

Creators

Girard, Alexander 

Herman Miller, Inc. 

Place of Creation

United States, New Mexico, Santa Fe 

Creator Notes

Herman Miller Textiles. Designed by Alexander Girard.

Location

Not on exhibit to the public.

Object ID

92.48.6.1

Credit

From the Collections of The Henry Ford.Gift of Herman Miller, Inc.

Material

Paper (Fiber product)

Color

Black-and-white (Colors)
Multicolored

Dimensions

Height: 46.5 in

Width: 48.375 in

Inscriptions

on back: UDF #21 "TRIPLE EYES" / DATE 5-15-71 SCALE: FS / ALEXANDER GIRARD ARCHITECT / ORIGINAL DESIGN / SANTA FE, NEW MEXICO

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