Measured drawings of the Goodland Sofa with dimensions labeled for heights, width and depth

Designed in 1968 as the prototype for his Goodland Sofa Collection, the Goodland Sofa was born out of architect Milo Baughman’s desire for a simple, enduring, and elegant piece of furniture that reflected the values of the Kansas town for which it was named. With its expertly crafted, kiln-dried, solid maple frame, the Goodland Sofa is available in a wide variety of upholstery materials and colors that conceal the foam and fiber filling. The thoughtfully proportioned rectilinear design is elevated by the polished stainless steel base, making the Goodland Sofa a desirable choice to match a range of interior aesthetics.

The Goodland Sofa has an overall height of 33” (84 cm), length of 84” (213 cm), and depth of 33.5” (85 cm). The Goodland Sofa has a seat height set at 18.5” (47 cm) and an arm height of 26.5” (67 cm).

Details

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Height: 
33” | 84 cm
Width:
Depth:
33.5” | 85 cm
Length:
84” | 213 cm
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 Sofa front elevation, front (person), back, side, plan

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Sofas, also known as couches or settees, are furniture pieces used for seating two or more people. Unlike benches, sofas are typically designed with upholstered cushions, seat backs, and armrests. Sofas are often the signature piece of a living room, lounge, lobby, office, hotel, or bar.