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Boomerang Chair

Richard Neutra believed that architecture should serve as a catalyst for social betterment. When he developed the San Pedro, Calif. Channel Heights Housing project in 1942, he also designed the Boomerang Chair which was intended for its interiors. The chair has a uniquely shaped veneered plywood frame and a form-fitting woven web seating surface.

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Marshmallow Sofa

The playful design of the Marshmallow sofa is the result of placement of circular "marshmallow" cushions at regular intervals across a metal frame. The cushions were covered in either fabric, vinyl, or leather in bright colors. Generally all the cushions were the same color, but the sofa could also be ordered with cushions of various colors for a more whimsical look.

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Truman Sofa

A classic lines of 1940's modern upholstery inspired Alexa Hampton to design the beautiful Truman Sofa. Its modern silhouette is accentuated by its wide square arms that continue across the back with loose back and seat cushions. Alexa designed a round tapered fluted post to compliment the linear form. Oxford is the standard finish as shown.

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