Width 69.3 cm
Height 96.5 - 111.8 cm
Maximum user weight 159 kg
Seat depth 38.4 - 45.4 cm
Seat height 42.5 - 52.7 cm


Frame and base finish Plastic Mineral, Polished Aluminium
Seat upholstery Remix 2 117
Suspension finish Jade 4RM04
Suspension material Elastomeric 47.6%, Polyester 52.4%


Assembly required No
Castors type 65mm, carpet
Maintenance Vacuum regularly. Wipe clean with a damp cloth.
Suitable for contract use Yes
Suitable for outdoor use No


Technical sheet (.pdf)

At the nexus of comfort and value.

Lino brings scientifically-backed comfort and a wide range of aesthetic options to your workplace or home. At Herman Miller, we think everyone should enjoy good design and comfort while they work, and Lino helps make that possibility a reality. Lino’s contoured seat works together with its high-performance Duo Suspension to give you total spinal support, and the breathable suspension features integrated lumbar support thanks to a composite of different thread tensions.

Sam Hecht and Kim Colin

Contrasts, and holding them in creative tension, define the work of Sam Hecht and Kim Colin. Their designs reflect both a meticulous attention to an object’s details and a thoughtful consideration of its context. Thus, they measure the success of their designs, “not only in sales or notoriety but also in the contribution to the greater good of the industry (and we hope, the planet)”.

Designers Sam Hecht and Kim Colin of London-based Industrial Facility create work that balances the need to live a full life with the desire to keep things simple. British-born Hecht’s contemplative approach and attention to detail complements California-born Colin’s architectural sensibility; together they design furniture and products that relate to the landscapes where they are used.

Colin says, “We strive for simplicity of use that is not to the detriment of good functionality”. Hecht adds, “What comes out of it is a kind of equilibrium where products are relevant and lasting”.

Their studio, Industrial Facility, is located in central London’s Clerkenwell neighbourhood, itself a place of opposites, hip and professional, home to thinkers and entertainers. The studio is small in number, eclectic in talent.

Inspiring designs to help people do great things.