Height-adjustable desking that does more
Atlas Office Landscape is a work system which brings together height adjustability and collaborative working in one elegant solution.
With a unique “no beam” structure, it frees the workspace from clutter so people can sit or stand in comfort, adapting postures to their activities.
Make the space your own by combining desks, screens, tables and storage elements to create places that invite collaboration, focused activity or impromptu meetings.
Challenge your space
Atlas Office Landscape is a height-adjustable work system that goes beyond the sit-to-stand desk.
The holistic approach encourages imaginative new ways to plan office spaces through a focus on human-centred design and ergonomic excellence.
An intelligent system
Reflecting Herman Miller’s long history and expertise in pioneering innovative work systems, Atlas Office Landscape differs from a standard
sit-to-stand desking system.
A simplified and consistent approach to both componentry and electric options makes configuring and creating large groups of height-adjustable desks as easy as a single workstation.
Integrated storage and meeting tables ensure Atlas has the flexibility to meet each individual’s needs with ease.
Curves not corners
With its softly curved edges, Atlas Office Landscape has an organic appearance that flows effortlessly through your office space.
Crafted to reflect the elegance of a piece of furniture rather than a row of regimented desks, its rounded aesthetic is consistent across the whole vocabulary.
Work surface, screens, power supply and storage make spaces feel more organic, more inviting, more human.
Height-adjustable desking that elevates the entire work environment.
Herman Miller’s long heritage in pioneering work systems led us to approach designer Tim Wallace for a new height-adjustable solution which reflected desking requirements for the 21st century.
He immediately saw an opportunity to create something that worked with the whole office environment.
To me the problem wasn’t in creating a single desk; there are plenty of examples of those,” says Tim. “The real challenge comes when that single desk needs to be multiplied and then fitted into a space. I saw the opportunity for a system that really benefited the working environment, both today and in the future.