Whereas most other sofas cover their wooden frames with padding and upholstery, the Goetz™ Sofa by Herman Miller® brings its wood frame out into the open. It features a molded wood veneer shell surrounding the entire exterior, creating both structural support and a dramatic profile. A number of natural veneers can be coordinated with a range of fabric or leather upholstery options.
Since its early beginnings in 1905 (then known as the Star Furniture Company), Herman Miller has stood as one of the leaders in ergonomic furniture design and manufacture. Today, with a strong focus on designing furnishings with excellent form and function, this Michigan-based company produces a variety of home and office products that improve the human experience wherever people work, create, learn and live.
The Goetz Sofa is available with the following:
- Molded veneer frame that wraps sides and back
- 7" thick foam cushions
- Polished cast aluminum legs
- Non-adjustable nylon glides
- Made in the USA
- Part of the Herman Miller Collection
- Designed by Mark Goetz
- Lumens is an Authorized Herman Miller Retailer
- Please call 877.445.4486 for additional fabric offerings.
Natural Cherry Veneer,
Santos Palisander Veneer,
White Ash Veneer
Eames Red Dot Pattern,
Eames Taupe Dot Pattern,
- Item: Height 32", Width 84", Depth 31"
- Seat: Height 17.5"
- Herman Miller wood veneer- Santos Palisander is a sustainably harvested Bolivian rosewood. It replaces the non-sustainable rosewood formerly sourced from Brazil. | Herman Miller uses only all-natural real wood veneer. The natural characteristics in individual wood veneer pieces should not be considered defects. Rather, the inherent color and grain variations in the wood contribute to a veneer's unique beauty, and make each piece one-of-a-kind. | If properly cared for, wood veneer furniture will stay looking beautiful for a long time. To learn more about the care of wood veneer, go to the Learn More About Herman Miller section on the main Herman Miller page.
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