Richard Neutra Boomerang

design Richard Neutra, 1942

66 × 77 x h77 cm (seat height 34 cm, 30 cm without cushion)

Side frame : plywood, matt finish oak veneer, natural.
Side bars : solid wood, matt finish oak, natural/charcoal mesh (netting) Carefully sewn strips of rigid yarn in dark brown or off white
Cushions : please contact us

In the early 1940s, Richard Neutra designed beautiful, functional furniture for the Channel Heights Housing Project in Los Angeles. He imagined residents crafting these simple modern pieces from scrap wood – a desk lamp, tables, and a distinctive piece that became known and loved as the Boomerang Chair. Dion Neutra, Richard’s son, who worked on the project while still in high school, recalled, “It was very idealistic. The furniture was entirely his initiative."

1 861,50 € incl. vat / 1 550,00 € excl. vat

include 1,50 € for green tax

Availability: in stock


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