Risom Magazine Table

Updated on

March 30, 2021

The Risom Magazine Table is a design classic, originally released in 1949 by Jens Rosen. Its simple shape draws from the mid-century theme in which it’s born of and contains a small angled opening to hold some reading material.


I was happy to see Fredericia has decided to bring the table back into their collection so people can enjoy it for many years to come.


It's available in both lacquered, and black lacquered plywood.


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