True to the original, it features a bent plywood base and a top surface covered with black leather. It's finished with practical details like a scroll wheel, optical sensor, and power switch.
"The design addresses the ergonomics and style of a computer mouse from the perspective of designing furniture," says Chen. "Like a mini version of the Eames chair, it blends the boundary between furniture and electronics."
Squarley a concept at this point, we'd love to see a working example stat. Your move, Herman-Miller.