BUREAU BOOMERANG EDITION HEDENSTED MOBELFABRIK, PETER LØVIG NIELSEN (1956)
Bureau Boomerang by Peter Løvig Nielsen, a 1956 Edition Hedensted Mobelfabrik. The free-form teak structure has three drawers on the front and two storage areas on the visitor side. The spacer base ends with a brass tip.
Length : 59.45 in / 151 cm
Height : 28.74 in / 73 cm
Width : 34.65 in / 88 cm
Weigth : 154.32 lb / 70 kg
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Designer: Peter Løvig Nielsen (1925)
This famous Danish designer belongs to the modern Scandinavian movement of the mid-twentieth century. The desks, tables and storage units made of teak, rosewood or walnut, which have made its reputation, often feature organic lines. The Boomerang Desk, with its L-shaped tray and multiple storage spaces, is one of his most iconic creations. Peter Løvig Nielsen’s furniture is stamped “Løvig” or “Hedensted Møbelfabrik” after the Danish village where it was made.
Editor: Hedensted Mobelfabrik
Year of publication: 1956
Materials: Free-form teak structure, spacer base finished with brass tip
State: Very good, in accordance with age and use
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