Designed by Don Chadwick for Herman Miller, this super comfortable 4-piece modular sectional sofa allows for a wide range of possible arrangements. Break up the sections to create a diverse living room group or line up in a row to create one long curved sofa. Each freestanding section is attached to a molded, scalloped, rippled plastic polymer base that perfectly compliments the color and texture of the fabric.
Cushion foam on this modular sectional sofa is still dense yet comfortable. Fabric is still tight on forms. No rips, tears or stains, but sun fading has occurred in varying locations on most sections. Plastic bases are in excellent condition with no cracks.
H 27 in. x W 27.5 in. x D 31 in.
H 68.58 cm x W 69.85 cm x D 78.74 cm
15 in. (38.1 cm)
About Don Chadwick:
One of the world’s foremost experts in ergonomics, Chadwick received his principal design training at the University of California, Los Angeles. He then worked for architect Victor Gruen before establishing his own practice in 1964.
Over the last several decades, Don Chadwick has pioneered the use of modern materials, molding processes, and mechanisms to revolutionize the field of ergonomic chair design. In 1994, Chadwick designed the landmark Aeron Chair for Herman Miller, catapulting him to national attention.
In collaboration with Knoll, Don Chadwick applied his expertise to develop the Chadwick Chair in 2005. He returned to Knoll in 2009 to introduce the Spark Series. Knoll Design Director, Benjamin Pardo said of the Spark: “Don worked within the architectural constraints of the chair without adding unnecessary embellishments or sacrificing comfort. Spark’s subtle design allows it to change personality through color, texture and pattern. This subtlety brings an enduring quality to the design that is consistent with our modern design heritage at Knoll.”