Risom Lounge Chair

Plan and elevation drawings of the Risom Lounge Chair measuring width, depth, and heights

The Risom Lounge Chair was originally created during WWII and was woven from surplus parachute straps as an effort to utilize any available material; today, the chair is made from heavy duty cotton straps tightly woven on their hardwood frame. The Risom Lounge Chair was designed by Jens Risom.

The Risom Lounge Chair has an overall height of 30.25” (77 cm), width of 20" (51 cm), and depth of 27.5” (70 cm). The seat height of the Risom Lounge Chair is set at 16.0” (41 cm).

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Height: 
30.25” | 77 cm
Width:
20” | 51 cm
Depth:
27.5” | 70 cm
Length:
Seat Height:
16” | 41 cm
Arm Height:
Weight:


Materials:
Maple or walnut hardwood; cotton webbing
Designer:
Jens Risom
Year:
1943

Properties

Drawings include:
Risom Lounge Chair side elevation, side (person sitting), front, back, plan

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Lounge chairs are backed chairs that adjust and move to offer multiple sitting positions. Designed to comfortably accommodate a range of user preferences, styles, and functions, lounge chairs can be used for various human postures from sitting and reclining to stretching-out and lying down.