Elevation and plan drawings of the Lispenard Sofa measuring heights, width and depth

Originally designed by architect Neil Logan as a commission piece for an art collector, the Lispenard Sofa is the precursor to the Herman Miller produced 2018 Lispenard Sofa Collection. With its notably low profile, standing at a mere 26” (66 cm), the pitched back and seat of this sofa make it exceptionally comfortable. The Lispenard Sofa has a kiln-dried hardwood and galvanized steel frame, Pirelli webbing suspension, memory foam cushions, and hardwood legs. Available in a range of colored fabrics or leather upholstery, the elegance, versatility, and strong geometry of the Lispenard Sofa would make it an excellent complement to a bold floor lamp or accent table.

The Lispenard Sofa has an overall height of 26” (66 cm), length of 89” (7'5") (226 cm), and depth of 35.5” (90 cm). The Lispenard Sofa has a seat height set at 15” (38 cm) and an arm height of 20” (51 cm).


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26” | 66 cm
35.5” | 90 cm
89” | 226 cm
Seat Height:
15” | 38 cm
Arm Height:
20” | 51 cm

Hardwood and steel frame; memory foam cushions; hardwood legs; fabric or leather upholstery
Neil Logan


Drawings include:
Lispenard 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.