we are the reckless, we are the wild youth

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knollinc:


Jens Risom’s furniture, the first collection designed for and manufactured by Knoll, is still in production today.
See the Risom Collection: http://bit.ly/1qmpL7C Read more at Knoll Inspiration: http://bit.ly/1iZ6TvQ
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knollinc:

Jens Risom’s furniture, the first collection designed for and manufactured by Knoll, is still in production today.

See the Risom Collection: http://bit.ly/1qmpL7C
Read more at Knoll Inspiration: http://bit.ly/1iZ6TvQ

plastolux:

U 431 low armless chair by Jens Risom
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plastolux:

U 431 low armless chair by Jens Risom

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acehotel:

Copenhagen, Denmark

“The popular magazines were all saying that one couldn’t build a summer home for less than $25,000. So I contacted Life magazine and said, ‘well, I have one.’”

Jens Risom on the inexpensive design of his 1967 Rhode Island cabin.

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joshuaowen:

The personal beach home of Jens Risom

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vimeo:

Jens Risom’s Block Island Retreat by Gary Nadeau for Dwell by gary nadeau

"It’s a place to be taken seriously, on the other hand it’s full of charm."

Designer Jens Risom reflects fondly on the prefab cottage that his family has enjoyed for the last 45 years, impeccable decor and all.

urbnite:

Jens Risom Lounge Chair
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design-is-fine:

Jens Risom, talking about history, parachute straps, chairs and more. The last one standing.

design-is-fine:

Jens Risom, 600 Series, the first Knoll product, 1942. Survives til today. 
Risom later recalled that the line was “bought for a lot of lounges: USO lounges, company lounges, airports, almost anything.” It arrived unassembled, and was put together without benefit of screws or nails. Knoll
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design-is-fine:

Jens Risom, 600 Series, the first Knoll product, 1942. Survives til today. 

Risom later recalled that the line was “bought for a lot of lounges: USO lounges, company lounges, airports, almost anything.” It arrived unassembled, and was put together without benefit of screws or nails. Knoll

justjive:

Glass Chair by Shiro Kuramata
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justjive:

Glass Chair by Shiro Kuramata

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