A friend of Charles and Ray Eames and a vocal proponent of architecture's 'new look' in the 1950s, George Nelson was a well known designer in his own right. Wall clocks produced by Vitra, his iconic Marshmallow Sofa found in museum collections around the world, and the trailblazer of all things 'future', Nelson laid the foundations for the 'family room' and open plan office. In a series of interviews commissioned by Herman Miller in the US, George's secretary Hilda shares the funny and irreverent stories about life working with George Nelson

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