Customizable Adrian Pearsall 'Boomerang' Sofa 2300-S

$29,400.00 USD

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Adrian Pearsall, customizable 'Boomerang' sofa model 2300-S, upholstery, walnut, United States, 1960s

This 'boomerang' sofa has a unique shape with sharp and geometric lines that create an almost monumental look. The contrasting soft tones of the bright fabric enhance the warm walnut base. The walnut compartment on top echoes the general shape of the sofa in an interesting way. This piece is finished on the bottom with a walnut edge and small legs that uplift and support the piece, making it seem as if the sofa floats through the room.

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.

Please note that the depicted photographs show an example of the way this item can be tailored to specific wishes of our clients. Your special requests can be realized by the experienced craftsmen in our own in-house restoration and upholstery atelier. With high attention to the original, they make sure every piece retains its value and is ready for the many years to come. The shown price includes the reupholstery and excludes the fabric or leather. It is also possible to use the costumers own material.

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Product details

  • condition Good
  • creator Adrian Pearsall (Designer)
  • date of manufacture 1970s
  • dimensions Height 29.14 in. Width 126.78 in. Depth 70.87 in.
  • dimensions Height 74 cm Width 322 cm Depth 180 cm
  • material Fabric Walnut
  • origin United States
  • period 1970-1979
  • style Mid-Century Modern