The "Boomerang Chair" was designed by Kurt Dexel founder of "Dexel Crafted", he designs beautiful, clean, and modern crafted furniture. This chair is a marvel of sharp lines and angles, crafted from black walnut, eastern maple, and leather.
In 1925 in France, Le Corbusier was promoting his L’Epirit Nouveau modern design style at the Paris Exhibition called the Pavilion de L’Esprit Nouveau. In 1929, at the Salon d’Automne, Le Corbusier, along with Charotte Perriand, Pierre Jeanneret, created sculptured furniture using tubular steel, hide and canvas upholstery and glass. At the time, these designs were so radical they were not immediately successful. Eileen Gray also worked during this period as well. LC2 Petite Lounge Chair