This stackable stool was designed by Alvar Aalto during the years of 1932-33. Aalto developed the bent L-shaped leg to achieve his ultimate design aesthetic which mixed art and nature with technology. This unique bending technology became the basis of Stool 60 and was later patented. Comprised of solid birch, both the seat and legs are a beautiful honey color and finished with a light coat of veneer to allow the natural wood grain to shine through.
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Represented in the collections of: Museum of Modern Art (NY), Busch-Reisinger Museum (MA), Vitra Design Museum (Germany)
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Alvar Aalto created a lasting legacy in modern design as an architect and designer. Aalto entered exhibitions and participated in innovative urban planning conferences, designed civic and cultural buildings, and conceptualized household furniture and objects. All of his projects, whether th... More Alvar Aalto