The Knoll Risom Dining Table is part of a furniture collection by Scandinavian designer Jens Risom, and its organic shape embodies Risom's distinctive style. This collection was the first ever commissioned and manufactured by Knoll, and also includes the Knoll Risom Side Chair, as well as Side Tables and Coffee Tables. With their clear maple hardwood construction available in a natural or walnut finish, Knoll Risom Dining Tables are a Knoll classic that will enliven any dining area.Read More...
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Jens Risom Tables are available in three top finishes with corresponding base finishes. Clear Maple and Light Walnut tops come with matching legs, while the Ebonized Walnut top comes with Ebonized Maple legs.
Large items like this one are shipped via freight truck directly from the manufacturer. Knoll offers free freight delivery to any commercial location with a loading dock that is accessible to a 53' trailer. If you do not have access to a loading dock, or if your items are being delivered to a residence, we are required to first ship the items to a local white glove delivery agent for assembly and inside delivery. If you are purchasing more than one item, we are able to offer discounted pricing on white glove assembly and delivery. Please call 1-800-531-3746 for details.
The Knoll Space Risom Dining Table has a natural, straightforward appearance that reflects the Scandinavian Modernist tendencies of designer Jens Risom. Knoll Risom Tables feature a solid wood top and corresponding legs in clear lacquer or ebonized finishes, with very little assembly required. These simple, understated round dinner tables will work in almost any dining setting.
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The streamlined curves and angles of the Knoll Risom Dining Table are undeniably the work of Danish designer Jens Risom. Risom was a student of the Copenhagen School of Industrial Arts and Design, and his subsequent emigration to the U.S. in 1939 made him one of the first to bring a traditional Scandinavian design aesthetic to our shores, helping to establish post-war America's dominance in modern design.