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Alexander Girard Collection

Manhattan

The irregular placement of squares in Alexander Girard's Manhattan reads as both abstract and literal and can be interpreted as a cityscape of lit high-rise windows. Manhattan is available on glass in transparent, translucent and opaque techniques.

— Specifications —

Designer
Originally trained as an architect, Alexander Girard (1907–1993) is mostly remembered for his work as the director of the Herman Miller Fabric Division, a position he was appointed to in 1952. Over 20 prolific years, Girard created more than 300 designs for Herman Miller, predominantly textiles. Bringing his playful vision to contemporary interiors, Girard's textile designs reflect global folk art influences rendered in abstract or geometric patterns.

Glass Type
Clear tempered safety glass;
Low-iron PPG Starphire® tempered safety glass

Glass Sizes
Fabrication sizes up to 72" x 144";
AST Digital Printing: Fabrication sizes up to 72" x 120"

Glass Thickness
1/4", 3/8", 1/2", 3/4"

Customization
Customization is not available for this product.

Accolades
Best of NeoCon Gold