vs The Return Of Richard Neutra’s Boomerang amazing ideas Richard Neutra’s name might be more synonymous with brilliant Modernist homes than with furnishings, but Neutra, like most architects of his era, applied his formal training to furnishings as properly. Manufacturer VS America is launching a series of Neutra-made pieces, which includes the Boomerang chair, a style produced in 1942 for the Channel Heights Housing Project, a development designed for shipyard workers in San Pedro, California.

Says VS America CEO, Claudius Reckord, “Though Richard Neutra’s visionary architecture has place him squarely among the planet’s contemporary masters, his mid-century modern furnishings has been relatively unknown.” Set to launch in 2014, the Boomerang joins the Lovell Effortless Chair, Tremaine Dining Chair and Alpha sofas, furniture from Neutra’s archives that was by no means place into production, as component of VS’s Neutra Collection.

Media: Metropolis


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