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In the early 1930s, the Herman Miller Furniture Company shifted its focus from historical revival to modern after the designer Gilbert Rohde convinced the firm's president, Dirk Jan De Pree, that copying the past was dishonest. Miller's post-conversion designers included the sculptor Isamu Noguchi, Charles and Ray Eames and Verner Panton, who developed the first one-piece molded-fiberglass stacking chair.