Boomerang Chair

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Richard Neutra, an Austrian-American architect, designed the Boomerang Chair in 1942. In the 1940s, Neutra was commissioned as a furniture designer and architect to conceptualize Channel heights, a housing project for workers during World War II. The boomerang chair was designed to be easy to assemble, and Neutra published its specs and instructions for manufacturing. The chair consists of a few wooden parts for the base and woven fabric strips for the seat and backrest.

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1940s

MATERIAL

Wood; Fabric

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