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As much as furniture devotees exalt Herman Miller's frameless chairs and as much as Mad Men production designers call upon its wares for sets, the manufacturer's success really all comes down to the talent it has employed. Today Curbed National has the low-down—and, of course, the archival photos—on some of the company's most famous designers, from George Nelson, who started in 1945, to the intensely trendy Yves Béhar. Have a look, right this way. [Curbed National]