&Tradition’s Boomerang lounge chair is a prime example of Danish modernism’s minimalist aesthetics. Designed by Old Masters Hvidt & Mølgaard in 1956, the clean-lined lounge chair consists of soft yet stylish cushions and a hand-polished wooden frame carried by slender brass legs. The bent wooden bar on the front is a fun detail in the otherwise simple design. The name of the Boomerang lounge chair comes from its shape – when seen from the side, the L-shaped frame resembles a boomerang.

Boomerang HM2 lounge chair, Loop Marine - oiled walnut




1–2 months


Marine blue, oiled walnut
69 cm

Hvidt & Mølgaard

Design duo Hvidt & Mølgaard, formed by Peter Hvidt (1916–1986) and Orla Mølgaard-Nielsen (1907–1993), was a pioneer of Danish mid-century design. The Copenhagen-based studio Hvidt & Mølgaard became famous for numerous refined furniture designs that are now known as icons of their era. Hvidt & Mølgaard’s designs combine a respect for traditional crafting methods with a forward-thinking approach to modern techniques and mass-production. Today, their work is exhibited in numerous museums, including New York’s MoMA and Melbourne’s National Gallery.

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