Multiform by Alexander Girard for Herman Miller
We offer a Monday pick-me-up in sharing a sample of the Alexander Girard-designed textile for Herman Miller, “Multiform.” Girard used the textile for curtains in the Miller House playroom, which eventually turned into Xenia Miller’s office. Photographer Leslie Williamson captured the textile in situ for a 2011 feature on Miller House in Dwell.
Textile sample (11.5 x 11.5 in.) of Herman Miller “Multiform” (#648) designed by Alexander Girard. Multiform pattern printed on Herman Miller Fortisan (#167) designed by Alexander Girard. Green cardstock is stapled to upper left corner of sample. Note on cardstock identifies sample as Item No. 61 for space 31-A1 (Playroom), 65/91, Miller House and Garden Collection, IMA Archives, Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapolis, Indiana. (MHG_IVl_B091_f065_001)