Lispenard Corner Sectional

Dimensioned elevation and plan drawings of the Lispenard Corner Sectional with heights, length and depth measurements

The Lispenard Corner Sectional is a boxy and elegantly tailored sofa. Neil Logan designed the piece for an art collector, and the sofa quickly rose to popularity that eventually, Herman Miller put the piece into production. The sofa has a very low profile, and the cushions are angled for a more comfortable seat that supports a natural sitting position.

The Lispenard Corner Sectional has an overall height of 26” (66 cm), length of 121” (307 cm), and depth of 92.5” (235 cm). The seat height of the Lispenard Corner Sectional is set at 15” (38 cm) with arms at a height of 23” (58.5 cm).


*Under Development*

26” | 66 cm
92.5” | 235 cm
121” | 307 cm
Seat Height:
15” | 38 cm
Arm Height:
23” | 58.5 cm
Hardwood and galvanized steel frame; memory foam cushions; hardwood legs; fabric or leather upholstery
Neil Logan


Drawings include:
Lispenard Corner Sectional front elevation, sides, back, plan

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Sectional sofas or couches are a variety of common living room furniture composed of multiple independent modular components of cushioned seats that can be rearranged in a variety of versatile positions. Sectional sofas are most often arranged with a 90 degree corner or L-Shape configuration.