Item No. 100187146

Risom Low Table

$895.00
Item No. 100187146

Risom Low Table

$895.00
Oak
Walnut
Estimated Arrival: Available to ship in: 12 weeks
  • Two tiers of surface space for books, magazines, and accessories.
  • Available in oak or walnut.
  • Designed by Jens Risom, a master of modern design.
  • 15.45" H 38.98" W
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Risom Low Table
$895.00
An homage to a legend — Based on Jens Risom's original sketches, the Risom Low Table was created posthumously in honor of the modern Danish design icon.
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The Risom Low Table (1942), launched in 2021 as an homage to the designer, is a testament to Jens Risom’s role as a pioneer in bringing modern Danish design to America. Based on his original sketches dating back decades, the Low Table features a two-tiered design that doubles the surface space for books, remotes, and other accessories. Made in Estonia.
  • Two tiers of surface space for books, magazines, and accessories.
  • Available in oak or walnut.
  • Designed by Jens Risom, a master of modern design.
Brand
Design Within Reach
General Dimensions
  • 15.45" H 38.98" W
Product Weight
12 lbs
Box Dimensions
  • 17.71" H 43.3" W 43.4" D
Assembly
Requires Assembly
Warranty
DWR honors a one (1) year warranty on all products. Brand-specific warranties may extend to longer periods.

Risom Low Table

  • Height (in): 15.45
  • Width (in): 38.98
  • Weight (lbs): 12
  • Oak or walnut veneer over MDF
Jens Risom

Jens Risom

Jens Risom is widely considered to be a pioneer in introducing Danish modern furniture to the United States through early work with the Knoll company and to a greater extent through his own company, which thrived in the 1950s and ’60s.

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