Vintage Don Chadwick for Herman Miller modular sectional. Don Chadwick's modular seating design for Herman Miller was originally introduced in 1974 and this set of five chairs was made in 1983. This set was professionally reupholstered last year with Knoll fabric which cost the owners $3000. Four of the chairs are wider in the back than the front which gives a great curve to the sofa, they are all tan. The one with the colorful fabric has tan sides and is not tapered. They have the signature molded plastic bases, a couple of which have been placed a little too close to heat in the back and have a little barely noticeable melting. Deep pockets in the back let air circulate around the sitter and make for easier cleaning. Each piece has fully upholstered front, back, and sides, so it can serve as an end, interior, or solo seat, no matter the arrangement.
When all five sections are together, as in the first picture, from back corner to back corner it measures 127" wide. Each of the tapered pieces are 26.5" wide at the back and 16" wide in the front. The fun, colorful chair is 27.5" wide at the back and front. Each modular piece is 31" deep and 26" high. Seat height is 15".