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(* 1908 in Hartford; † 1986 in New York City) was an American designer and architect. Nelson became one of the most influential design theorists in the USA in the 1930s. He attracted attention as co-editor associate editor, 1935-1943 and consultant editor, 1944-1949 of the journal Architectural Forum. Nelson advanced in the following years to one of the most influential design theorists of the United States. He became Design Director for Herman Miller in 1946, a position he held until 1972. Nelson's designs were groundbreaking in the furniture sector. Today, they are among the best known in the Bauhaus. His artistic freedom was derived from the realization that human needs are complex, subtle and mysterious.
George Nelson has created the following milestones:
Nelson Bank, Coconut Chair.