Key facts

Product:
Boomerang Chair
Family:
Boomerang Chair
Manufacturer:
VS >
Designer:
Richard J. Neutra >
Architonic ID:
1241573
Country:
Germany
Designed:
1942
Launched:
2014
Manufacturer groups :
Seating-Armchairs >
Groups:
Seating-Armchairs >

Product family

Concept

The Boomerang Chair is already an icon: It was designed by architect Richard J. Neutra (1892-1970) in the 1940's in various alternatives as a casual furniture piece for the residential development “Channel Heights“ and the Nesbitt-House.

Chair with stretched webbing, plywood side sections with real wood veneer, solid wood side bars
W x H x D 66 x 77 x 77 cm, seat height 35 cm (30 cm without cushion)

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