This Scandinavian table is also known as the Boomerang table due to its shape. Additional dimensions : Width at the end : 50cm Width at the corner : 60cm Angle : 85cm
This vintage Boomerang desk comes with a freestanding drawer unit.
This set of four Bumerang model chairs was designed and manufactured at the turn of the 1950s and 1960s in the Gościcino Furniture Factory (Gościcińska Fabryka Mebli), a leading manufacturing enterprise of the Furniture Industry Union (Zjednoczenie Przemysłu Meblarskiego) during the times of the Polish People’s Republic (PRL). In the 1960s, Boomerangs were mass exported to many countries of Western Europe and the USA. The chair owes its name to the characteristic, arched shape of the legs. The set consists of four chairs which underwent a comprehensive carpentry and upholstery restoration. The wooden frames have been cleaned of the old coating and again secured with several layers of matte acrylic varnish. This treatment emphasizes the natural, bright color of beech wood from which the chairs were made.
This teak boomerang desk was designed by Peter Løvig Nielsen for Hedensted Mobelfabrik in Denmark in the 1960s.
These three mid-century modern Boomerang chairs were designed at the turn of the 1950s and 1960s by the Gościnnia Fabryki Mebli. The chairs have wooden backs painted with oak stain and finished with varnish.