Goodland Armchair

Dimensioned drawings of the Goodland Armchair measuring seat and chair heights, width, and depth

The simplicity and sophistication of the Goodland Armchair introduces itself to the user as a supportive-cushioned chair with proportional thin side arms to optimize the seating area. Typically, the Goodland Armchair is viewed in the reception area, lobbies, and living rooms to set the tone with all its various configurations of materials and colors.

The Goodland Armchair has an overall height of 33” (84 cm), width of 34” (86 cm), and depth of 33.5” (85 cm). The seat height of the Goodland Armchair is set at 18.5” (47 cm) with arms at 26.5” (67 cm).

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Height: 
33” | 84 cm
Width:
34” | 86 cm
Depth:
33.5” | 85 cm
Length:
Seat Height:
18.5” | 47 cm
Arm Height:
26.5” | 67 cm
Weight:


Materials:
Maple frame; foam seat cushions; trillium fiber back cushions; base (stainless steel, walnut or bronze-plated steel); fabric or leather upholstery
Designer:
Milo Baughman
Year:
1968

Properties

Drawings include:
Goodland Armchair side elevation, side (person), front, back, plan

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Armchairs are variations of common chairs, but are designed with fixed armrests and are often upholstered and cushioned. The inclusion of arms on a chair provide extra support for users. Armchairs are essential furniture pieces for living rooms, lounges, reception areas, and larger bedrooms.