Aalto Stool

Designed By

Alvar Aalto, a Finnish architect, designed the Aalto Stool in 1933. Alto was interested in experimenting and manipulating wood in many different ways. The Alto stool consisted of three bentwood legs that did not require joinery when manufactured. It also is designed to be stackable when stored.

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1930s

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Wood

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