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Bureau Boomerang - Cassina PRO Collection

Design Charlotte Perriand

Bold new shape

The Bureau Boomerang desk was designed by Charlotte Perriand in 1938, when she created the office furniture for Jean-Richard Bloch, intellectual, writer, co-director of the Ce Soir newspaper and founder of the French Supervisory Board for antifascist writers.

The desk owes its name to its unusual boomerang shape, designed by Perriand to seat about 10 people without anyone occupying a central position, thus putting an end to the "presidential" office archetype.



The impressively thick wood top is the focal point of the piece. The solid wood legs feature harmonious, organic lines, a recurring trait in the works of Perriand.

STRUCTURE

In wood, with solid ash edge with stained oak finish, or stained black with low-gloss finish, or with edge in solid natural Canaletto walnut with low-gloss finish.

LEGS

In solid ash with stained oak finish, or stained black with low-gloss finish, or in solid natural Canaletto walnut with low-gloss finish; steel tie rods and internal metal structure on the leg with integrated electrification.

UPHOLSTERED TOP

In black or natural saddle-hide.

DESIGN BY
Charlotte Perriand
DESIGN BY
Charlotte Perriand

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