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Risom Chair - Knoll

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Sizes: From 44cm x 54cm x 77.5cm

Delivery 8 weeks

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Product description

Knoll's Risom chair was designed during the Second World War by Jens Risom and built with maple structure and with the belts discarded from the parachutes due to material restrictions during this period. It was one of Knoll's first pieces and helped him establish himself as a provider of modern design in America.
Details: Maple structure with seat and backrest in cotton, black, red or linen.

See more information in Naharro furniture stores.

Brand

Knoll is the leading furniture firm. It has a recognized international prestige when manufacturing designs of geniuses like Mies Van der Rohe o Eero Saarinen.
Therefore, the brand is committed to innovation and design, creating spaces with imagination and vision of the future.
Since its founding in New York at 1938, its goal is the integrity of design, so that its creations remain current over time.
Its products are exhibited in the most important art museums. It has more than 40 pieces in the Permanent Design Collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York, as the armchair Barcelona de Mies Van der Rohe or table y Tulip chair de Eero Saarinen among many others.
Knoll makes furniture that responds and adapts to changing needs.
Naharro furniture is official distributor of Knoll in its Madrid stores and online store.

Diseñador

Jens Risom (1916 - 2016) worked in Stockholm for a year before graduating from the prestigious Kundstandvaerkerskolen in Copenhagen.
He left Denbrand to work in the United States at 1938 and, for two years, served as Director of Interior Design at the Dan Cooper, Inc. studio in New York before embarking on an independent career focused on furniture and textiles. He worked ingeniously in the context of the limitations of the shortage of material during the war, being able to design innovative pieces.
He returned to the United States at 1946 to launch his own design company, Jens Risom Design, which he directed until the beginning of 1970. After selling his company, he moved to Connecticut and created a design consulting firm. He is a member of the Rhode Island School of Design and was knighted by Queen Margaret of Denbrand at 1996.
Naharro furniture distributes the pieces manufactured by different brands of furniture and designed by Jens Risom in its stores in Madrid and online store, with delivery and assembly service throughout Spain. Ask us any additional information.

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Description

Knoll's Risom chair was designed during the Second World War by Jens Risom and built with maple structure and with the belts discarded from the parachutes due to material restrictions during this period. It was one of Knoll's first pieces and helped him establish himself as a provider of modern design in America.
Details: Maple structure with seat and backrest in cotton, black, red or linen.

See more information in Naharro furniture stores.

Additional Information

Sizes X x 44 54 77.5 cm
Finish

Linen, Black, Red