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&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.

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Boomerang HM2 lounge chair, Hallingdal 130 - white oiled oak


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Colour
Grey, white oiled oak
Width
69 cm
Depth
69 cm
Height
80 cm
Seat height
42 cm
Frame material
Solid oak
Seat cushion
HR foam, polyester wadding
Backrest cushion
HR foam, polyester wadding
Upholstery fabric
Kvadrat Hallingdal 65 / 130: 70% new wool, 30% viscose
Abrasion resistance
100 000 Martindale
Pilling
3
Lightfastness
7
Base material
Brass
Weight
8,6 kg
Notes
Plastic gliders installed as standard.

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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