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Stool E60

Designer:
Alvar Aalto
Brand:
Artek
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  • Dimensions

  • Materials

    Four legs and seat edge-band: Solid Birch

    Seat core versions: Solid Birch, birch plywood

    Seat surface versions: Birch veneer, High-pressure laminate, Linoleum, Fabric upholstery and PU foam padding, Leather upholstery and PU foam padding, Leather upholstery

Alvar Aalto’s four-legged Stool E60 is the most elemental of furniture pieces, equally suitable as a seat, table, storage unit, or display surface. Projecting a sense of relaxed familiarity, Stool E60 is equally suited to the home, public buildings, and educational facilities. The legs are mounted directly to the underside of the round seat without the need for complicated connecting elements. Thanks to its geometry, the stool can be stacked to save space in a spiralling tower sculpture.

Assembly required.

Designer

Alvar Aalto

Alvar Aalto (1898-1976), one of the founders of Artek, was born in Kuortane, Finland. Alvar Aalto is recognized today as one of the great masters of modern architecture.

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Brand

Artek

“To sell furniture and to promote a modern culture of living by exhibitions and other educational means.

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