Elevation and plan drawings of the Jonas Sofa with dimensions

Conceived by Swedish designer and architect Jonas Wagell, the Jonas Sofa was commissioned by Herman Miller in 2016 as a part of a small line of living room furniture known as the Jonas Collection. Wagell sought to design the Jonas Sofa as a focal point from which household socialization and conversation would effortlessly emerge, giving way to its playfully rounded edges and slender, tall legs. The Jonas Sofa is constructed from a plywood frame, structural steel support rails, and cast aluminum legs that support the feather- and fiber-filled back cushions and foam seat cushions. Available in a range of fabric colors, this playful sofa would make a timeless addition to any living room.

The Jonas Sofa has an overall height of 31.75” (81 cm), length of 86” (218 cm), and depth of 38” (97 cm). The Jonas Sofa has a seat height set at 17.5” (44 cm) and an arm height of 27” (69 cm).


*Under Development*

31.75” | 81 cm
38” | 97 cm
86” | 218 cm
Seat Height:
17.5” | 44 cm
Arm Height:
27” | 69 cm

Plywood frame; cast-aluminum legs; feather and fiber-filled cushions; foam seats; fabric upholstery
Jonas Wagell


Drawings include:
Jonas 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.