This iconic piece was originally created in 1942 for Channel Heights, a residential development for shipyard workers in San Pedro, California.
Several versions of the Boomerang Chair were developed but this is the design featured in Women's Day Magazine in 1945, and produced for the Logar House in 1951. Its details have been refined by Dion Neutra, who is the architect’s son and a master in his own right. The production standards on these pieces are second to none.
We have 1 Boomerang in stock at the time of writing, with natural meshwork and green cushions. If you'd like to buy it please contact us via the details below. Other variations available to order.
The Boomerang chair pictured has a plywood frame with oak veneer, with dark brown meshwork cushions in Savanna. This particular variation of the Boomerang chair costs £1780 and can be ordered on this page, lead time 6-8 weeks. Other variations available to order; the final price changes according to what finishes are required. Please contact us for further details or visit us in store where human beings with lots of product knowledge would love to help you. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01274 531163
Dimensions: (H×W×D): 77 × 66 × 77 cm
Sitting height: 30 cm + 4 cm cushion
Frame: plywood, matt finish natural oak veneer.
- Side bars: solid wood, matt finish natural oak or charcoal coloured oak.
- Meshwork: Carefully sewn strips of rigid yarn in dark brown or off white
- Cushion: Natural nappa / aniline leather or textiles
- Feet: plastic glides or felt glides