Boomerang is a welcoming armchair featuring a flat pocket at the back for use as magazine holder and is characterised by soft and essential lines. Its apparent simplicity is misleading and is the result of the work of Rodolfo Bonetto, one of the masters of Italian design, who created a solid internal steel structure for it, with the unmistakably shaped lateral profiles that inspired its name. It has specifically designed screws that are machined on a lathe and then chrome-plated, while the folds in the upholstery fabric are done by hand. Boomerang combines high-quality materials with methods based on a craftsmen type production that remains strictly made in Italy. In its more social interpretation furthermore, by joining several elements together, it becomes a modular sofa.
Part of the MoMA permanent collection in New
Designer: Rodolfo Bonetto
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