The Boomerang Lounge chair designed by the design duo Hvidt & Mølgaard remarkably debuted in 1956, its no-frills, streamlined form appealed to Scandinavian design enthusiasts. From the hand-polished wooden frame, to its slender brass legs, the Boomerang endures as a masterpiece of Danish design.
The chair is defined by three main elements - a slender brass base, a hand-polished wooden frame with the same L-shaped structure as a 'Boomerang' and comforting upholstered seat and back cushions. The HM1 version doesn't have any armrests, the HM2 version comes with armrests.
Materials: Solid White Oiled Oak, brass, HR foam, polyester wadding and fabric upholstery. Plastic gliders are installed as standard
Dimensions: Height: 80cm x Width: 69cm x Depth: 69cm Seat Height: 42cm x Seat Depth: 50cm
Delivery Time: Around 8 weeks
Design Classic from 1956
Fabric OptionsGrey Hallingdal 130, Loop Marine K5042/40, Duke Brown 004 or Karakorum Beige 003
Peter Hvidt (1916-1986) and Orla Mølgaard-Nielsen (1907-1993) were pioneers of Danish mid-century design and the founders of Copenhagen-based firm Hvidt & Mølgaard. Renowned for the simplicity of their works, the duo established a simple and precise aesthetic designing countless pieces of furniture over the years, many of which became icons of the era.