STOOL E60 | Alvar Aalto and Otto Korhonen (1933) | posted by barchitects in 2013 - 80th anniversary

[viernes clásico] 80 Aniversario del taburete Stool, Alvar Aalto_

Bring a piece of iconic design to your home. The Artek poster called the 80 Years Stool 60 celebrates the Aalto 60 stool, one of the icons of furniture design.

THE WOOD COLLECTOR | Tea trolley, designed by Alvar Aalto for Artek, Finland. 1930's. (Furniture Designs)

Tea trolley, designed by Alvar Aalto for Artek, Finland. Tea time must've been much more quaint when this Alvar Aalto tea trolley was in use

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Alvar Aalto Shelves

Fabulous bent wood design being used functionally in very typically Scandinavian feeling bookshelves, which embody the simple, streamlined, cozy design.

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scandinaviancollectors: “ALVAR AALTO, Maison Louis Carré, Bazoches-sur-Guyonnes, France Interior featuring the Golden Bell pendant light and X-leg sofa table / ArchDaily ”

thedesignhoarder:  post number twenty six - aalto vases Here is part of my iittala Aalto vase collection. I think I have another eight or more in my other home. The Aalto vase was originally designed by Alvar Aalto in 1937. Best displayed with big bunches of tulips or waterlillies…

thedesignhoarder: “ post number twenty six - aalto vases Here is part of my iittala Aalto vase collection. I think I have another eight or more in my other home. The Aalto vase was originally designed.

ALVAR AALTO, flexible pine wood screen, model nr.100. Early version, originally designed 1935-1936 and produced by Artek Oy, Finland, company which was co-owned by Aalto.

ALVAR AALTO : flexible pine wood screen (model Early version, originally designed and produced by Artek Oy, Finland, company which was co-owned by Aalto

Chronology of Alvar #Aalto furniture, via @Kelley Oberg Smith Oberg Smith Johnson

Design by Alvar Aalto. Search all products, brands and retailers of Design by Alvar Aalto: discover prices, catalogues and new features

Villa Mairea - Alvar Aalto

The 700 Palms Residence by Ehrlich Architects in Venice, California is a modern home that dissolves the barriers between indoors and out.

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