Herman Miller is well-known in the space for quality, and their new Lispenard lounge set is no exception.
Designed by Neil Logan, this new line is named for a street in Manhattan – and they’re actually calling it a “street” sofa. Perhaps that’s because it’s exactly the sofa that you’d expect if you’re coming into a business off the street – except this one is really, really nice.
From a review on Archpaper:
Fortunately though, Miller’s Lispenard sofa line reads to me like a kind of tribute to that bygone era. Swathed in a rough-hewn upholstery, the collection comprises a club chair, three-seat sofa, sectional, and ottoman. I think it would look perfect in my polyurethaned oak floored loft, the place I have called home for nearly five decades. More so, I like to see the series not as an impediment to the character of the neighborhood, but actually as a part of the character of the neighborhood, only in a contemporary context.
All of that is exactly right. This sofa line can fit into any office, and (these are also listed on the Herman Miller site), and they’re massively customizable. You can mix and match within the set, and both the fabric and legs can be customized, as can be seen here on DWR.com:
If you’re interested, you can get more information on the Herman Miller site. Here’s how they describe the set:
With its classic silhouette and boxy, elemental form, Lispenard Sofa Group is just right in all the right ways for a variety of needs and spaces. It’s stylish but not imposing, quiet but up for anchoring any space. It also offers the right support—the angled back affords just the right pitch. Without feeling overstuffed, its comfortable proportions deliver the plush softness you’d expect from casual lounge seating.