Alvar Aalto’s stool 60 is 80 years old! Looking good.
Artek Stool 60: Alvar Aalto: Rings by Nao Tamura via:
“This celebration was created by layering upon the chair’s beautiful geometric shape, a complex and organic graphic of life. My hope is that the Artek “Stool 60″ will evoke the bounty of nature as seen by the passage of 80 years of time.” - Nao Tamura
VITRA / PERSONAL WORK
PHOTOGRAPHY: CHRISTOPH SAGEL STYLING: JULIA LECHTENBOERGER
LOCATION: KOTON MUNICH
Nanna Ditzel “Toadstool” now produced in oak, beech, ash, and 11 colors in stained ash via
Nanna Ditzel “Toadstool”, 1962, originally produced in Oregon Pine via:
Collaboration with her husband also produced a series of children’s furniture the most notable of which is the “Toadstool” which was a stackable piece that could serve as either stool or table.
via Studio Dunn:
The Kingstown Barstool’s design is derived from the popular Coventry Stool. The structural cross member, also known as a ‘stretcher’, is created entirely from remnant material – material leftover from other products and manufacturing processes – in keeping with our goal of waste minimization and creative reuse. The design is protected with a hand applied durable oil finish which captures the raw beauty of the wood’s grain. For indoor use. Available in 30″ and 24″ height. Ships within the USA and Canada.