The 60 Stool
Designer: Alvar Aalto, Artek, Finland
Year : 1933
This simple stackable stool was designed by Alvar Aalto during the years of 1932-33. Aalto developed the bent L-shaped leg, using this unique bending technology became the basis of the stackable Stool 60. On permanent collection at The Museum of Modern Art in New York, the simplicity and innovative technology captured by this three-legged stool is timeless. I love how this stool works so well in a modern space or in a kid bedroom. You can either get the original one or look for his brother at ikea, the frosta stool.
There is 2 ways to incorporante it into your home:
1. GETTING THE ORIGINAL :
CANADA : $340 CAD at Quasi Modo
USA: $270.00 at artekstore.com
UK: £208.00 at Moleta Munro
2. YOU CAN ALSO ACHIEVE THE SAME LOOK BY GETTING THE IKEA VERSION : THE FROSTA STOOL. A great way to get stylish for less!
CANADA & USA : $19,99 at ikea.com and ikea.ca
UK: £8 at ikea
SOURCES: houzz.com, quasimodomodern.com, ikea.com