While the architecture was dubbed ‘refreshing and revolutionary’ in the ’60s when people flocked toward cookie-cutter design Risom himself feels that it was simply inspired by a rustic nature-centric lifestyle. The interior is airy with a wonderful collection of the vintage decor that the family treasures and the cabin recently acquired a new glass wall that replaced the old and worn out feature.
It was in 1967 that the ingenious designer took up the challenge of designing a gorgeous prefab under which many deemed simply impossible at the time. The result is the fabulous that has served the family as an amazing summer retreat for well over four decades now!
The small bedroom embraces the calming look of the living area and simple sheer curtains in white accentuate this appeal. With a lavish shower and steam area and a multipurpose guest room the home puts functionality firmly ahead of all else.
For those who love Mid-Century Modern decor is no stranger. This brilliant Danish American furniture designer has produced some amazing furnishings and interiors over multiple decades. The most famous of them all is obviously the Jens Risom Chair crafted out of surplus parachute straps that were available after World War II.
Dubbed the lovely lakefront house was designed by DOOI Studio and with an extravagant use of glass the home blurs the line between the interior and the world outside. Clad in finned rosewood the exterior of the home paints an inviting cozy picture that is reminiscent of a cabin in the woods while the interior exudes a sleek contemporary vibe.