Donald "Don" T. Chadwick (1936 - ) was born in Los Angeles and developed an interest in furniture making from his grandfather, a cabinetmaker.
He studied design at the University of California, Los Angeles.
He worked for architect Victor Gruen, and in 1964 founded his own practice. He has designed Chadwick modular seating (1974) and with Bill Stumpf designed the Equa 1 (1984) and the Aeron chair (1994), all for Herman Miller.  Business Week Magazine and Industrial Designers Society of America awarded Design of the Decade to the Aeron chair in 2000.  Recently he has designed the Chadwick chair for Knoll.
- Time magazine, Design: Best of the Decade for Equa chair, 1990
- IBD Gold Award for Equa chair, 1984
- IBD and IDSA awards for casegoods, 1980
- The Governor's Award, Design Michigan Exhibition, 1977
- Award for Design Excellence, ID magazine, 1970, 71, 73, 74
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