Designed by Alvar Aalto in 1933, the Stool 60 is certainly the most copied design classic in the world. To celebrate this icon, Artek propose it in several versions. Besides the classic versions, you will find below the interpretations given by Hella Jongerius and Mike Meire, as well as the beautiful colors of the Paimio series.
The Stool 60 can be used as a stool, of course, but also as a side table. In any case, his presence brings a touch of simplicity, intelligence and gaiety to the house.
The stool 60 is available in an classical upholstered version: legs in natural lacquered, black lacquered or white lacquered birch, and seat upholstered with Zebra fabric designed by Alvar Aalto.
> Stool 60 with Zebra fabric
Mike Meire's interpretation of Alvar Aalto's stool 60, made for the 80th anniversary of the iconic stool.
Hella Jongerius’ reinterpretation of Alvar Aalto armchairs 400 and 401 together with Stool 60 is the beginning of a new collaboration on a crisp and tactile collection of Artek classics. The legs are available in natural lacquered birch, honey stained birch, walnut stained birch and black stained birch, the seats in 10 selected colors.
Designed by Alvar Aalto in 1933, the stool 60 is available in several classical versions: seat and legs in natural lacquered birch, seat and legs black or white lacquered, legs in birch natural lacquered with seat in black linoleum or white laminate.
The feet are natural lacquered birch, the seat painted in the six colors chosen by Alvar Aalto for the interior decoration of the Paimio Sanatorium, his first major architectural work which secured him international fame.