Noguchi Freeform Sofa

Plans and elevation drawings of the Noguchi Free Form Sofa and Ottoman with dimensions, sizes, and measurements

The Noguchi Free Form Sofa is an organically shaped centerpiece sofa for multiple people. Designed by the sculptor Isamu Noguchi in 1946, the Noguchi Free Form Sofa is an icon known for its soft elegant curves and is often used to make a statement in public spaces and private living rooms. The sofa is constructed with a beech wood frame that holds foam cushions wrapped with wool covers. Walnut or maple legs lift the sofa from the ground.

Front elevation illustration of a woman sitting on the Noguchi Free Form Sofa

The Noguchi Free Form Sofa has a back height of 29” (73.6 cm) and a seat height of 13.5” (34.3 cm). The length of the sofa is 118” (299 cm), while the depth grows between 26”-56” (66-142 cm). An ottoman of 48” (122 cm) by 28” (71 cm) is often paired with the sofa.


*Under Development*

29” | 73.6 cm
26”-56” | 66-142 cm
118” | 299 cm
Seat Height:
13.5” | 34.3 cm
Arm Height:

48.0” | 122 cm
Depth: 28.0” | 71 cm

Foam cushions with wool covers, beech frame, walnut or maple legs
Isamu Noguchi


Drawings include:
Noguchi Free Form Sofa: front elevation, front (people) back, left side, right side, plan, plan (people)
Ottoman: front elevation, 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.