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Design by Jens Risom, 1941.
A KnollStudio classic, Jens Risom's Amoeba Table is at once amorphous and crisply defined. The silhouette is certainly one of the defining styles of mid-century design. The child-sized version for knoll kids features legs and apron constructed of solid maple hardwood and mortise and tenon joints with beech laminate table top. Durable, fun and ready for artwork, snacking and playtime. Honey finish.
Child's Amoeba Tables are shipped knocked down with top and legs in one box. Simple assembly required. The Risom Child's Amoeba Table is GreenGuard certified.
Material(s): Solid beech hardwood legs and aprons, laminate top with particle board core
Dimensions: 42" W x 32" D x 20" H
playful table for kids
By: Grace, Homeowner (boston)
the looking of the table is attractive. however it is litte bit too high for 2-3 yr old
Designer: Jens Risom
Jens Risom, who designed the first Knoll chair in 1941, received his education in Denmark at the Krebs' School, St. Anne Vester School, University of Copenhagen and Copenhagen's Kunståndvaerkerskolen. He worked as a designer of furniture and interiors in the Copenhagen office of architect Ernst Kuhn. After moving to the United States, he became the design director of Dan Cooper in New York and also designed for Georg Jensen. Responsible for designs dating to the mid-20th century, Risom is a trustee of the Rhode Island School of Design and was knighted by Queen Margrethe of Denmark in 1966.View other products by Jens Risom
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