Risom Stool

Collection of elevation and plan drawings of the Risom Stool with height, width, and depth dimensions

The Risom Stool was designed by Jens Risom in 1943 and was originally fabricated from surplus parachute straps from WWII to utilize excess materials. Now, the Risom Stool is made from heavy duty cotton straps basket woven tightly across the seat that is set on a hardwood frame formed from mortise-and-tenon joints.

The Risom Stool has an overall height of 17.25” (44 cm), width of 16.5” (42 cm), and depth of 15.25” (39 cm).

Details

*Under Development*

Height: 
17.25” | 44 cm
Width:
16.5” | 42 cm
Depth:
15.25” | 39 cm
Length:
Seat Height:
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Weight:
Materials:
Maple of walnut hardwood; cotton seat webbing
Designer:
Jens Risom
Year:
1943

Properties

Drawings include:
Risom Stool front elevation, side, plan

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Stools are a piece of furniture that consist of a single seat for one person and a base of one or multiple legs. Traditionally, stools were differentiated from chairs by their lack of a back, but modern variations and definitions of stools may now include designs with arms and backs.