Aalto 65 Low Backrest

The pull-up dining chair no. 65 was designed by Alvar Aalto in 1935. It’s sleek shape and modern design has made this chair a classic piece of furniture. ¬†These four chairs have an unusually low backrest, which I have not seen anywhere else. They date most likely to 1950s and are manufactured by Artek, Finland, …

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Aalto Double Coffee Table

Alvar Aalto’s innovative L-leg coffee table, Double Coffee Table. Originally produced between 1933-1940. This table is most likely from the original production line and was given to the architect as a sample. The simply elegant low birch table with its clever floating magazine shelf looks wonderfully modern even today. This particular table was a gift …

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Aalto Paimio

This chair is perhaps the best-known piece of furniture designed by a Finnish architect Alvar Aalto. It was designed in 1931 for the Paimio Sanatorium architectural project. This particular chair is unmarked, like most of the officially licensed Artek products, and judging from the color of the lacquer seems to be from the 70′s. Chair’s …

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Aalto Tea Trolley 900

Tea Trolley 900 features a birch frame in natural lacquer with black ceramic tiles and rattan basket. This particular tea trolley is from the late 50′s. Original white ceramic tiles were stamped with 1957 stamp on the bottom, but were broken and are now replaced with black tiles. The tiles are original size and not …

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Aalto X601 Fan Leg

This stool was designed by Alvar Aalto in 1954 and features his impressive fan shaped X-Leg design. There are three chairs, two upholstered in black leather and one in natural lacquered ash. The oldest one of these stools seems to be from the 50′s and the other two later versions. They are all in good …

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