Adrian Pearsall Grand Boomerang Sofa Upholstered in Luxurious Pierre Frey
Adrian Pearsall, 'Boomerang' sofa, in Pierre Frey fabric and walnut, United States, 1960s
This boomerang sofa has a unique shape with sinuous lines which create a monumental and inviting look. The right-facing sofa is a great addition to a living area or dining area, it vibrates a contemporary, cosmopolitan look. It holds the middle between bohemian and country house. Think 'cozy autumn nights by a fire. The upholstery is chosen by our team of design advisors and the choice for this luxurious Pierre Frey complements this eloquent, timeless design. Above all, the sofa isn't a shy piece, so it's not for the Minimalist minded. This piece is finished on the bottom with a walnut edge and small legs that support the piece.
Please note we have a left-facing sofa of this model in our collection as well.
Adrian Pearsall (1925-2011), trained as an architectural engineer, was a sailor and interior designer. In 1952, Pearsall opened his own furniture company Craft Associates. Pearsall designed some of the most sensuous, gracious midcentury design pieces around, sharing many of the design aesthetics by Vladimir Kagan. His pieces are characterized by flamboyant curves, upswept shapes and stretched proportions.