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Four Leaf Clover Girard Environmental Enrichment Panel

Designer: Alexander Girard
Striking and bold, Alexander Girard’s green clover-inspired design adds a touch of playfulness (and, one would hope, luck) to any living or working space. The artwork is from the 1972 series of decorative panels he developed to enhance Herman Miller’s Action Office furniture environments. An archival reissue of the 47-by-65-inch original, the canvas print is pre-mounted and simple to hang. Mounting hardware included.

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A Philosophy in Action

While creating 40 decorative silkscreen designs for Action Office, the first open-plan furniture system, Alexander Girard aimed for his artwork to enhance the working environments with “aesthetic functionalism.” His large fabric panel designs represented a departure for the designer: Unlike his patterned printed textiles, they consisted of single stand-alone images that included abstract patterns or figurative pictograms. Vibrant and expressive, the Environmental Enrichment Panels are the embodiment of Girard’s belief that design should bring beauty, fun, and sensuality to our world.

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“Art is only art when it is synonymous with living.”

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