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  1. This modern bungalow birdhouse is fit for two families. Part of the Rapson Collection, this avian home is based on an actual sketch by midcentury architect Ralph Rapson. The birdhouse resembles Hope Lutheran Churchin Minneapolis, which Rapson designed and built in 1971.

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    $170.00
  2. Toby Rapson, son of midcentury architect Ralph Rapson, was working to put his father's classic designs back into production when he bumped into Loll founder Greg Benson at an event in Minneapolis. The meeting prompted Rapson to rethink his father's rocking chair as an eco-friendly outdoor rocker made from recycled material. "It became a collaboration between us and Loll to translate the chairs Ralph Rapson drew to a new innovative product," Toby said. The Rapid Rocker was originally designed for manufacturer Knoll in the 1940's. We think Ralph would be happy with this modern version made with both material and manufacturing not available when it was first conceived.

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    $1,390.00
  3. Toby Rapson, son of midcentury architect Ralph Rapson, was working to put his father's classic designs back into production when he bumped into Loll founder Greg Benson at an event in Minneapolis. The meeting prompted Rapson to rethink his father's rocking chair as an eco-friendly outdoor rocker made from recycled material. "It became a collaboration between us and Loll to translate the chairs Ralph Rapson drew to a new innovative product," Toby said. The Rapid Rocker was originally designed for manufacturer Knoll in the 1940's. We think Ralph would be happy with this modern version made with both material and manufacturing not available when it was first conceived.

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    $1,240.00
  4. Going through the impeccable furniture sketches of mid century architect Ralph Rapson could possibly be one of the best ways to spend a cold winter afternoon in Minnesota. Loll found his Cave Chair illustration and immediately thought it would be a great collaboration piece that fit the Loll aesthetic. Ralph originally conceived this chair in 1943 as plywood with a cushion, but it was never actually produced. Perfectly over-sized, futuristic, comfortable, and fun, the Cave Chair will induce hours of conversation whether you're sitting in it or just walking by. Named after the earth-excavated Cave House that Ralph designed with Dave Runnells in 1939, it too was never built.

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    $855.00
  5. The new highback version of the classic Rapson® lounge uses the seat Ralph designed for a 1940 MOMA Organic Design Competition. Stunning lines, comfortable form, heirloom quality built with a conscience. All finish and upholstery options available as rocking or lounge chairs, standard or highback.

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  6. One of just a handful of modern classic rocking chairs, this iconic form has been sought after since its first introduction by H.G. Knoll in 1945. Always known for its fusion of American woodcraft and modern lines, the quintessential Rapson® Rocker continues to be cut, fit, and finished by American craftsmen in your choice of responsible wood and cotton webbing. Stunning lines, comfortable form, heirloom quality built with a conscience.

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  7. Based on drawings first done by Ralph Rapson in 1939 and reissued by Rapson Architects under Ralph's direction before he died, the Rapson® Rapid Rocker remains as comfortable as it is striking after 70+ years. The strong maple-ply frame provides a smooth rock and the sculpted, cantilevered arms make the chair look like it is about to take flight. Your back and neck will appreciate the double-backed, foam-cushioned, form-fitting seat. Whether in the nursery, by the hearth, or in the living room, it's often called the most comfortable seat in the house.

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    $1,985.00
  8. Based on Ralph Rapson's entry for MoMA's hugely influential 1940 Organic Design Competition, this contoured highback rocking lounge is a natural for the modern hearth or den. Stunning lines, comfortable form, heirloom quality built with a conscience. All finish and upholstery options in the Greenbelt® Line are available with matching rocking or lounge chairs, standard or highback.

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  9. The Loll toolbox and tote holds its own by keeping true to the simplest design. The 100% recycled plastic material doesn't rust, cleans easily, and the handle is big, rust-proof, and easy to grab. Perfect for indoor and outdoor use.

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    $138.00
  10. The Loll toolbox and tote holds its own by keeping true to the simplest design. The 100% recycled plastic material doesn't rust, cleans easily, and the handle is big, rust-proof, and easy to grab. Perfect for indoor and outdoor use.

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    $138.00

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