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  • Artek E60 Stool
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    Artek E60 Stool
    Four legs. Stackable.
  • Artek - Stool 60
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    Artek - Stool 60
    The stackable stool 60 was designed by Alvar Aalto in the year 1933 and initially produced by O.y. Huonekalu – ja Rakennustyötehdas. After founding Artek in the year 1935 the stool was introduced in the standard assortment of Artek In the 1940es this three-legged stool became a famous best-seller. The renowned design emerged for the Viipuri library and went arround the world. The minimalistic and functional design was a revolution in its origin. Instead of the usual steel, the architect and designer Alvar Aalto used birch wood, a material that was bulky available in Finland. This is why the unusual stool was also affordable for poorer families. And to pursue tradition, Artek still manufactures the stool 60 with bended, massive birch veneer. By means of a bend-technique that Aalto invented, the wood is bended; legs and seat are glued like this, building an optical unity. The stool has a 39.5 cm height and its seat has a 43 cm diameter. The stool is available in several versions: bright, black or white lacquered. Furthermore with a black linoleum or white laminate seat, as well as cloth or leather upholstered. In the event of the 80th anniversary of the 60 Stool, Artek presented some special editions of it with coloured seats, as well as limited editions with different patterns of different artists.
  • Artek 60 Stool
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    Artek 60 Stool
    Three legs. Stackable.
  • Artek 153B Bench
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    Artek 153B Bench
    Features: Bench. Material: Birch, top. Dimensions: 28.5-in.:17.3" H x 28.5" W x 15.7" D, 13.2 lbs.
  • Artek 153A Bench
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    Artek 153A Bench
    Features: Bench. Material: Birch, top. Dimensions: 44.3-in.:17.3" H x 44.3" W x 15.7" D, 15.4 lbs. 28.5-in.:17.3" H x 28.5" W x 15.7" D, 13.2 lbs.
  • Domus Oak Leather Lounge Chair By Artek
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    Domus Oak Leather Lounge Chair By Artek
    Seat and back form pressed oak veneered birch plywood, frame and armrests solid oak: natural lacquered. Upholstered with leather.
  • Trienna Coffee Table By Artek
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    Trienna Coffee Table By Artek
    Form pressed, veneered birch plywood: natural lacquered birch veneer, stained black or painted white birch veneer, natural lacquered oak veneer or natural lacquered walnut veneer.
  • Artek Chair 66 Gray
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    Artek Chair 66 Gray
    Alvar Aalto’s humanistic approach to modernism formed the foundation of Artek, which is known for its fluid, experimental furniture that exemplifies great Nordic design. Aalto’s lacquered, high-backed Chair 66 is made from wood sourced from Finnish forests. The seat sits on L-shaped legs, which are steamed and microwave-heated to achieve their graceful form. Designed in 1935. Assembly required. Seat height: 17.3”. Designer Alvar Aalto Care Dust with dry cloth. Brand Artek Finish Lacquered. Material Birch. Origin Finland. Color Gray. Measurements H 30.70” W 15.40” D 16.50” Weight 11.80 lbs.
  • Artek Arm Chair 406
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    Artek Arm Chair 406
    Frame made from birch in natural lacquer. Seat upholstery with linen webbing. Seating collection.
  • Mademoiselle Rocking Chair By Artek
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    Mademoiselle Rocking Chair By Artek
    Seat, back and frame black stained or white painted solid birch.
  • Artek - Stool 60
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    Artek - Stool 60
    The stackable stool 60 was designed by Alvar Aalto in the year 1933 and initially produced by O.y. Huonekalu – ja Rakennustyötehdas. After founding Artek in the year 1935 the stool was introduced in the standard assortment of Artek In the 1940es this three-legged stool became a famous best-seller. The renowned design emerged for the Viipuri library and went arround the world. The minimalistic and functional design was a revolution in its origin. Instead of the usual steel, the architect and designer Alvar Aalto used birch wood, a material that was bulky available in Finland. This is why the unusual stool was also affordable for poorer families. And to pursue tradition, Artek still manufactures the stool 60 with bended, massive birch veneer. By means of a bend-technique that Aalto invented, the wood is bended; legs and seat are glued like this, building an optical unity. The stool has a 39.5 cm height and its seat has a 43 cm diameter. The stool is available in several versions: bright, black or white lacquered. Furthermore with a black linoleum or white laminate seat, as well as cloth or leather upholstered. In the event of the 80th anniversary of the 60 Stool, Artek presented some special editions of it with coloured seats, as well as limited editions with different patterns of different artists.
  • Lento Side Table By Artek
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    Lento Side Table By Artek
    Lento is a project which began as far back as 2006 with a chair. Koskinen wanted to design a series of wooden furniture that would be both lightweight and affordable. In 2009 the series was complemented with a table and an upholstered chair. The new Lento lounge chair and table are the latest additions to the product family. An upholstered version of the lounge chair is also available. Harri Koskinen's design language is characterized by practicality and an uncompromising aesthetic. He searches for clarity and innovative solutions that meet the needs of the consumer and the manufacturer alike. Lento is a graphic product family, but also pleasantly anonymous. It is equally suited for public places and private homes. "Lento means flight and its design can be associated with lightness and airiness." - Harri Koskinen.
  • Artek Chair 66 Red
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    Artek Chair 66 Red
    Alvar Aalto’s humanistic approach to modernism formed the foundation of Artek, which is known for its fluid, experimental furniture that exemplifies great Nordic design. Aalto’s lacquered, high-backed Chair 66 is made from wood sourced from Finnish forests. The seat sits on L-shaped legs, which are steamed and microwave-heated to achieve their graceful form. Designed in 1935. Assembly required. Seat height: 17.3”. Designer Alvar Aalto Care Dust with dry cloth. Brand Artek Finish Lacquered. Material Birch. Origin Finland. Color Red. Measurements H 30.70” W 15.40” D 16.50” Weight 11.80 lbs.
  • Armchair 400 By Artek
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    Armchair 400 By Artek
    Frame birch natural lacquered. Seat with zig-zag springs, PU foam, dacron, back with PU foam and dacron. Upholstered with fabric or leather.
  • Artek - Stool 60
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    Artek - Stool 60
    The stackable stool 60 was designed by Alvar Aalto in the year 1933 and initially produced by O.y. Huonekalu – ja Rakennustyötehdas. After founding Artek in the year 1935 the stool was introduced in the standard assortment of Artek In the 1940es this three-legged stool became a famous best-seller. The renowned design emerged for the Viipuri library and went arround the world. The minimalistic and functional design was a revolution in its origin. Instead of the usual steel, the architect and designer Alvar Aalto used birch wood, a material that was bulky available in Finland. This is why the unusual stool was also affordable for poorer families. And to pursue tradition, Artek still manufactures the stool 60 with bended, massive birch veneer. By means of a bend-technique that Aalto invented, the wood is bended; legs and seat are glued like this, building an optical unity. The stool has a 39.5 cm height and its seat has a 43 cm diameter. The stool is available in several versions: bright, black or white lacquered. Furthermore with a black linoleum or white laminate seat, as well as cloth or leather upholstered. In the event of the 80th anniversary of the 60 Stool, Artek presented some special editions of it with coloured seats, as well as limited editions with different patterns of different artists.
  • Artek Alvar Aalto Stool 60
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    Artek Alvar Aalto Stool 60
    The stackable stool 60 created in 1933 by Alvar Aalto (1898-1976) represents the quintessence of functionalist furniture design. The simple idea behind this now-classic stool is based on three bent legs and a round seat. The secret of the original Aalto stool's success lies in its legs' unique bends that eventually became the distinctive feature of all Aalto furniture. Legs in natural birch. Seat in laminate, linoleum, lacquered or natural birch veneer.
  • Domus Birch Leather Lounge Chair By Artek
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    Domus Birch Leather Lounge Chair By Artek
    Seat and back form pressed birch plywood, frame and armrests of solid birch: natural lacquered, stained black, stained honey or seat and back stained honey and frame and armrests painted white. Upholstered with leather.
  • Artek - Mademoiselle Lounge Chair
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    Artek - Mademoiselle Lounge Chair
    Soft lines and sparingly materials make the Mademoiselle Lounge Chair an elegant seating furniture and classic of Finnish design. Ilmari Tapiovaara, one of the most important designers of his time, already designed the lounge chair in 1956. Mademoiselle is produced by the Finnish company Artek in the frame of the Tapiovaara Family Collection. Swinging chairs and Loungers have always been important pieces of furniture in the history of Finnish design. Ilmari Tapiovaara already designed numerous new-interpretations of this piece of furniture during his studies. Modern and appealing at the same time, and comfortable, the chair with the elegant name Mademoiselle especially became a Finnish design icon of the 1950es. According to its name, Mademoiselle explains the filigree and elegant design of the Lounge Chair. The reduced design consists of slim and long forms that communicate appealingly. The Lounge Chair Mademoiselle simultaneously offers maximal functionality. Solid birch wood guarantees high stability and longetivity.
  • Chair 41 By Artek
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    Chair 41 By Artek
    Armrests birch natural lacquered. Seat shell bent birch plywood, lacquered in white or black.
  • Sedia 1 Chair By Artek
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    Sedia 1 Chair By Artek
    The chair is delivered as pre-cut pine boards along with assembly instructions and nails.
  • Artek Stool 60 by Mike Meire
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    Artek Stool 60 by Mike Meire
    The stackable stool 60 created in 1933 by Alvar Aalto (1898-1976) represents the quintessence of functionalist furniture design. The simple idea behind this now-classic stool is based on three bent legs and a round seat. The secret of the original Aalto stool's success lies in its legs' unique bends that eventually became the distinctive feature of all Aalto furniture. These colorful models by Mike Meire feature seats and legs all lacquered with different colors.
  • Artek - HK Lounge Chair
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    Artek - HK Lounge Chair
    The design of this Harri Koskinen-made series can easily be associated with weightlessness and airiness. HK includes a subtle expression of design which emerged out of the Nordic modern. Koskinen’s designs are sensible and integrally elegant- Harri Koskinen’s approach is characterized by simple utility and compromise-less aesthetic. He searches for clearness and innovative solutions that fulfil the demands of the user as well as those of the manufacturer. The seat of the HK Lounge Chair consists of laminated, pressed birch plywood; the feet are made out of birch veneer. The Lounge Chair out of the Harri Koskinen series by Artek is available as both: a cushioned edition and one without cushions.
  • Armchair 44 By Artek
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    Armchair 44 By Artek
    Armrests birch natural lacquered. Seat with rubber belts, PU foam and dacron, back with PU foam and dacron. Upholstered with fabric or leather.
  • Artek Mademoiselle Rocking Chair
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    Artek Mademoiselle Rocking Chair
    Rocking chair. Seat, back and frame of solid birch. Designed in 1956.
  • Artek - Stool 60 by Mike Meiré
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    Artek - Stool 60 by Mike Meiré
    Artek started to cooperate with Mike Meiré in 2012: In the event of the anniversary of Alvar Aalto’s iconic Stool 60 , the Cologne artist, designer and curator played with the flat surfaces of the stool by means of lacquering them in different contrasting colours. The Stool 60 by Mike Meiré simbolizes that individuality isn’t totally lost in times of perfection. ”It is an expression of the believe in pure beauty” explained Meiré. ”Every side of the stool gets a different matt or glossy colour. The numerous colours make a different impression every time and they count an own story and create different feelings.” The three coloured legs under the round seat make a constant impression of movement and vivacity at the Artek Stool 60. Artek manufactures the modern interpretation of Aalto’s legendary Stool 60 out of birch wood. The Stool 60 by Mike Meiré is naturally also stackable, as well as its model.
  • Sofa 544 By Artek
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    Sofa 544 By Artek
    Armrests birch natural lacquered. Seat with rubber belts, PU foam and dacron, back with PU foam and dacron. Upholstered with fabric or leather.
  • Artek Rocket Stool
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    Artek Rocket Stool
    Designed by Eero Aarnio's in 1995. This stool, with its beautiful rounded edges, was originally designed for Aarnio's own kitchen. It is the perfect seating option for counters at 27.8" in height but will also fit into many other rooms. Available in 3 different finishes: Soaped Oak, White Lacquer & Black Lacquer.
  • Artek - Stool 60 by Mike Meiré
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    Artek - Stool 60 by Mike Meiré
    Artek started to cooperate with Mike Meiré in 2012: In the event of the anniversary of Alvar Aalto’s iconic Stool 60 , the Cologne artist, designer and curator played with the flat surfaces of the stool by means of lacquering them in different contrasting colours. The Stool 60 by Mike Meiré simbolizes that individuality isn’t totally lost in times of perfection. ”It is an expression of the believe in pure beauty” explained Meiré. ”Every side of the stool gets a different matt or glossy colour. The numerous colours make a different impression every time and they count an own story and create different feelings.” The three coloured legs under the round seat make a constant impression of movement and vivacity at the Artek Stool 60. Artek manufactures the modern interpretation of Aalto’s legendary Stool 60 out of birch wood. The Stool 60 by Mike Meiré is naturally also stackable, as well as its model.
  • Stool 60 By Artek
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    Stool 60 By Artek
    The stackable stool 60 created in 1933 by Alvar Aalto (1898-1976) represents the quintessence of functionalist furniture design. The simple idea behind this now-classic stool is based on three bent legs and a round seat. The secret of the original Aalto stool´s success lies in its legs´unique bends that eventually became the distinctive feature of all Aalto furniture. The stool is also manufactured in a four-legged version. This product has a minimum quantity of 4 stools per option.
  • Artek Seating Hallway Arm Chair 403
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    Artek Seating Hallway Arm Chair 403
    Frame made from birch in natural lacquer. Seat molded made from birch wood. Seating Collection.
  • Mademoiselle Lounge Chair By Artek
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    Mademoiselle Lounge Chair By Artek
    Designed by Ilmari Tapiovaara, the Mademoiselle Lounge Chair features a solid birch frame and a timeless design. With both a high backrest and a low seat profile, this lounge chair is ideal for modern applications in spaces both formal and informal, public and private. Mademoiselle is also available in a rocking chair version. XX
  • Artek Alvar Aalto 611 Chair
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    Artek Alvar Aalto 611 Chair
    The 611 chair by Alvar Aalto was one of his first furniture designs - created in 1929. The simple and clean lines of the birch wood paired with the technical webbed seat is indicative of all that Aalto has become famous for. A true testament to the enduring nature of this design, the 611 chair has been in continuous production since 1929. You can stack up 8 chairs for storage.
  • Artek - Mademoiselle Rocking Chair
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    Artek - Mademoiselle Rocking Chair
    The Mademoiselle rocking chair by Ilmari Tapiovara is an elegant design classic in the tradition of Finnish furniture design. Tapiovaara already designed the rocking chair in 1956. It is produced by the Finnish company Artek as part of the Tapiovaara Family Collection today. Swinging chairs and Loungers have always been important pieces of furniture in the history of Finnish design. Ilmari Tapiovaara already designed numerous new-interpretations of this piece of furniture during his studies. Modern and appealing at the same time, and comfortable, the chair with the elegant name Mademoiselle especially became a Finnish design icon of the 1950es. According to its name, Mademoiselle explains the filigree and elegant design of the Rocking Chair. The reduced design consists of slim and long forms that communicate appealingly. The Lounge Chair Mademoiselle simultaneously offers maximal functionality. Solid birch wood guarantees high stability and longetivity.
  • Pirkka Birch Chair By Artek
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    Pirkka Birch Chair By Artek
    Seat, back and frame solid birch: painted white.
  • Artek Seating Lento Side Chair
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    Artek Seating Lento Side Chair
    Legs form pressed birch veneer. Seat shell form pressed birch plywood. Seating collection. Stackable up to 4 chairs.
  • Artek - HK chair
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    Artek - HK chair
    The chair is the core piece of the HK collection by the Finnish designer Harri Koskinen for Artek. Completely according to the name, HK embodies a simple weightlessness and it is a symbol of the timelessness of Scandinavian design, typical for all the products by the designer. The HK chair does moreover shine because of its ability to be stacked, since even the cushioned edition is stackable. The aim of the Harri Koskinen-project was to create weightless and affordable furniture. The stackable HK chair was followed by a table and a cushioned edition of the chair. A lounge chair and a bistro table are currently the newest objects of the HK collection. The feet of the HK chair by Artek are made out of form-pressed birch-veneer (bright lacquered, white-or black lacquered). The seat is made out of pressed birch plywood (bright lacquered, white or black lacquered). The HK chair is also available in a cushioned edition (fabrics or leather).
  • Armchair 46 By Artek
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    Armchair 46 By Artek
    Frame birch natural lacquered. Seat with zig-zag springs and PU foam. Back with PU foam. Upholstered with fabric or leather.
  • Artek Alvar Aalto 153B Bench
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    Artek Alvar Aalto 153B Bench
    This bench was designed by Alvar Aalto in 1945 and embodies the key characteristics of his designs of that time. Simple lines are used to create a visually impact with a play on negative and positive spaces and the way light interacts with the piece. Made from birch veneer and available in natural lacquered, white lacquer, black lacquer or gray lacquer.
  • Table MX800 By Artek
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    Table MX800 By Artek
    X-legs birch, natural lacquered. Table top: ash veneer, natural lacquered.
  • Artek - HK bistro table
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    Artek - HK bistro table
    The HK bistro table is an optional fulfil for the HK chair. Both of them came out of the eponymous collection which has been designed by Harri Koskinen for Artek. Completely according to the name, HK embodies a simple weightlessness and it is a symbol of the timelessness of Scandinavian design, typical for the designer's products. The aim of the Harri Koskinen-project was to create furniture that was weightless and affordable. The stackable HK chair was followed by a table and a cushioned edition of the chair. A lounge chair and a bistro table are currently the newest objects of the “HK” collection. The bistro table out of the HK series bribes with its reduced clearness and simplicity regarding the design. It can be used in private as well as public areas. The HK bistro table suits the chairs and it is available in a black or white edition. The table-feet consist of form-pressed birch-veneer (white or black lacquered). The tabletop out of birch plywood is available with a white-laminated surface, whose edges emphasize the natural character of the birch wood clear lacquered of with a black laminated surface, which has black-stained edges.
  • Armchair 406 By Artek
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    Armchair 406 By Artek
    Frame birch natural lacquered. Seat options: webbing, quilted black linen, quilted black leather, leather belts.
  • Artek Alvar Aalto 153A Bench
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    Artek Alvar Aalto 153A Bench
    This bench was designed by Alvar Aalto in 1945 and embodies the key characteristics of his designs of that time. Simple lines are used to create a visual impact with a play on negative and positive spaces and the way light interacts with the piece. Made from birch veneer and available in natural lacquered, white lacquer, black lacquer or gray lacquer.
  • Artek - Shelf 112B
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    Artek - Shelf 112B
    Alvar Aalto, the Finnish designer and architect designed the Shelf 112B in the year 1936. The Artek Company still manufactures the shelf after his classic concepts. The shelf beams consist of birch wood, its board consists of birch veneer. It is bright painted and available in a black or white design. Characteristically for the Shelf 112B are the down-rounded triangular beams, that lay directly on the board. Alvar Aalto also used this form for his Wardrobe 109 and for his Umbrella stand 115 beams. Rolling forms in single parts or beams of Alvar Aalto’s work are often seen. Furthermore Alvar Aalto’s interest in bounded wood is clearly obvious at the Shelf 112B, as it is also identifiable in his L-System that adorns for example his stools, chairs and couches.
  • Pirkka Pine and Birch Chair By Artek
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    Pirkka Pine and Birch Chair By Artek
    Seat and back oilwaxed or stained solid pine,frame stained solid birch: oilwaxed/stained black or stained brown/stained black or honey stained/stained black or stained brown/honey stained.
  • Artek 69 Chair
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    Artek 69 Chair
    Side chair. Material: Birch Wood. 4 Legs. Stackable. Designed in 1935. Dimensions: 29.1" H x 17.3" W x 18.5" D, 11.5 lbs.
  • Artek - Stool 60
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    Artek - Stool 60
    The stackable stool 60 was designed by Alvar Aalto in the year 1933 and initially produced by O.y. Huonekalu – ja Rakennustyötehdas. After founding Artek in the year 1935 the stool was introduced in the standard assortment of Artek In the 1940es this three-legged stool became a famous best-seller. The renowned design emerged for the Viipuri library and went arround the world. The minimalistic and functional design was a revolution in its origin. Instead of the usual steel, the architect and designer Alvar Aalto used birch wood, a material that was bulky available in Finland. This is why the unusual stool was also affordable for poorer families. And to pursue tradition, Artek still manufactures the stool 60 with bended, massive birch veneer. By means of a bend-technique that Aalto invented, the wood is bended; legs and seat are glued like this, building an optical unity. The stool has a 39.5 cm height and its seat has a 43 cm diameter. The stool is available in several versions: bright, black or white lacquered. Furthermore with a black linoleum or white laminate seat, as well as cloth or leather upholstered. In the event of the 80th anniversary of the 60 Stool, Artek presented some special editions of it with coloured seats, as well as limited editions with different patterns of different artists.
  • Armchair 402 By Artek
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    Armchair 402 By Artek
    Frame birch natural lacquered. Seat with springs and PU foam, back with PU foam and Dacron. Upholstered with fabric or leather.
  • Stool E60 By Artek
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    Stool E60 By Artek
    Legs birch, natural lacquered with seat options: birch veneer, laminate, linoleum. Can also be entirely lacquered in white, grey, black or red. This product has a minimum quantity of 4 stools per option.
  • Artek - Stool E60
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    Artek - Stool E60
    The E60 stool by Artek is a timeless classic that perfectly suits as a stool or a side table, being easily inserted in all kinds of existing furnishings. The four-legged E60 stool was designed by Alvar Aalto being a furniture icon like his three-legged brother (stool 60). Aalto’s stackable stools were presented in the year 1933 for the first time becoming revolutionary because they did not consist of the classic steel, but of bended, massive birch veneer, just like Artek still manufactures them today. The well-known L-form that is to find in nearly every object that Alvar Aalto designed is also seen in this stool. Initially the manufacturing bend-technique impressed because of its manufacture, the same that is still used. This procedure consists of cutting a piece of massive birch wood in the fibre direction, building a fan. Small plywood pieces are then glued making its bending earlier by heating the wood. That is why this material is unsurpassed stabile. The timeless stool E60 by Artek consists of birch wood and it is available bright, black or white lacquered. Furthermore the stool’s seat is available in several versions: white laminate, black linoleum as well as upholstered with cloth or leather.
  • Artek 46 Arm Chair with Rattan Armrests
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    Artek 46 Arm Chair with Rattan Armrests
    Arm chair. 46 collection. Natural lacquered birch frame. Seat with zig-zag springs, PU foam. Back with PU foam. Armrests natural rattan windings. Designed in 1947. Dimensions: 30.3" H x 23.6" W x 25.6" D, 19.8 lbs.
  • Table 86 By Artek
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    Table 86 By Artek
    L-legs birch, natural lacquered. Table top: 5 cm, edge birch, natural lacquered. Coating options: birch veneer, white laminate.
  • Artek - HK chair
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    Artek - HK chair
    The chair is the core piece of the HK collection by the Finnish designer Harri Koskinen for Artek. Completely according to the name, HK embodies a simple weightlessness and it is a symbol of the timelessness of Scandinavian design, typical for all the products by the designer. The HK chair does moreover shine because of its ability to be stacked, since even the cushioned edition is stackable. The aim of the Harri Koskinen-project was to create weightless and affordable furniture. The stackable HK chair was followed by a table and a cushioned edition of the chair. A lounge chair and a bistro table are currently the newest objects of the HK collection. The feet of the HK chair by Artek are made out of form-pressed birch-veneer (bright lacquered, white-or black lacquered). The seat is made out of pressed birch plywood (bright lacquered, white or black lacquered). The HK chair is also available in a cushioned edition (fabrics or leather).
  • Pirkka Birch Bench By Artek
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    Pirkka Birch Bench By Artek
    Seat and frame solid birch: painted white.
  • Artek - Stool 60 by Mike Meiré
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    Artek - Stool 60 by Mike Meiré
    Artek started to cooperate with Mike Meiré in 2012: In the event of the anniversary of Alvar Aalto’s iconic Stool 60 , the Cologne artist, designer and curator played with the flat surfaces of the stool by means of lacquering them in different contrasting colours. The Stool 60 by Mike Meiré simbolizes that individuality isn’t totally lost in times of perfection. ”It is an expression of the believe in pure beauty” explained Meiré. ”Every side of the stool gets a different matt or glossy colour. The numerous colours make a different impression every time and they count an own story and create different feelings.” The three coloured legs under the round seat make a constant impression of movement and vivacity at the Artek Stool 60. Artek manufactures the modern interpretation of Aalto’s legendary Stool 60 out of birch wood. The Stool 60 by Mike Meiré is naturally also stackable, as well as its model.
  • Kiki Chair By Artek
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    Kiki Chair By Artek
    Tapiovaara wanted to design inexpensive furniture for broader audience. He made use of materials that were readily available in Finland in the 1940s, such as solid birch. Later in the 1950s, he began to develop multipurpose chairs made of steel tubing and plywood. Ilmari Tapiovaara designed Kiki in 1960. It was originally conceived as a chair whose stackability allowed it to be used to seat large groups, such as in auditoriums. In the Kiki series Tapiovaara employed a more clean cut design idiom instead of the more organic style he had favoured previously. Instead of wood, he chose oval steel tubing as the structural and unifying element of the whole Kiki collection. Kiki was a success, establishing the current direction for furniture design at this time. Kiki's timeless and elegant design idiom has made it one of the most popular pieces of public furniture in Finland.
  • Artek Mademoiselle Lounge Chair
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    Artek Mademoiselle Lounge Chair
    Lounge chair. Seat, back and frame of solid birch. Designed in 1956. Dimensions: Seat: 16.1" Overall: 37" H x 21.7" W x 26" D, 22 lbs.
  • Artek - Stool 60
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    Artek - Stool 60
    The stackable stool 60 was designed by Alvar Aalto in the year 1933 and initially produced by O.y. Huonekalu – ja Rakennustyötehdas. After founding Artek in the year 1935 the stool was introduced in the standard assortment of Artek In the 1940es this three-legged stool became a famous best-seller. The renowned design emerged for the Viipuri library and went arround the world. The minimalistic and functional design was a revolution in its origin. Instead of the usual steel, the architect and designer Alvar Aalto used birch wood, a material that was bulky available in Finland. This is why the unusual stool was also affordable for poorer families. And to pursue tradition, Artek still manufactures the stool 60 with bended, massive birch veneer. By means of a bend-technique that Aalto invented, the wood is bended; legs and seat are glued like this, building an optical unity. The stool has a 39.5 cm height and its seat has a 43 cm diameter. The stool is available in several versions: bright, black or white lacquered. Furthermore with a black linoleum or white laminate seat, as well as cloth or leather upholstered. In the event of the 80th anniversary of the 60 Stool, Artek presented some special editions of it with coloured seats, as well as limited editions with different patterns of different artists.
  • Chair 69 By Artek
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    Chair 69 By Artek
    Legs birch natural lacquered. Seat options: birch veneer or laminate. This product has a minimum quantity of 2 chairs per option.
  • Ovalette Coffee Table By Artek
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    Ovalette Coffee Table By Artek
    Frame solid wood. Frame walnut and top walnut veneered or frame oak and top oak veneered.
  • Artek - Stool 60
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    Artek - Stool 60
    The stackable stool 60 was designed by Alvar Aalto in the year 1933 and initially produced by O.y. Huonekalu – ja Rakennustyötehdas. After founding Artek in the year 1935 the stool was introduced in the standard assortment of Artek In the 1940es this three-legged stool became a famous best-seller. The renowned design emerged for the Viipuri library and went arround the world. The minimalistic and functional design was a revolution in its origin. Instead of the usual steel, the architect and designer Alvar Aalto used birch wood, a material that was bulky available in Finland. This is why the unusual stool was also affordable for poorer families. And to pursue tradition, Artek still manufactures the stool 60 with bended, massive birch veneer. By means of a bend-technique that Aalto invented, the wood is bended; legs and seat are glued like this, building an optical unity. The stool has a 39.5 cm height and its seat has a 43 cm diameter. The stool is available in several versions: bright, black or white lacquered. Furthermore with a black linoleum or white laminate seat, as well as cloth or leather upholstered. In the event of the 80th anniversary of the 60 Stool, Artek presented some special editions of it with coloured seats, as well as limited editions with different patterns of different artists.
  • Artek Tale Stool
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    Artek Tale Stool
    Stool. Seat is made from pressed, veneered birch plywood. Frame is made from solid birch.
  • Tee-Tee Low Table By Artek
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    Tee-Tee Low Table By Artek
    Top birch veneered plywood and frame solid birch: stained black, stained honey or painted white. Top oak veneered plywood and frame solid oak: lacquered.
  • Artek - Stool 60
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    Artek - Stool 60
    The stackable stool 60 was designed by Alvar Aalto in the year 1933 and initially produced by O.y. Huonekalu – ja Rakennustyötehdas. After founding Artek in the year 1935 the stool was introduced in the standard assortment of Artek In the 1940es this three-legged stool became a famous best-seller. The renowned design emerged for the Viipuri library and went arround the world. The minimalistic and functional design was a revolution in its origin. Instead of the usual steel, the architect and designer Alvar Aalto used birch wood, a material that was bulky available in Finland. This is why the unusual stool was also affordable for poorer families. And to pursue tradition, Artek still manufactures the stool 60 with bended, massive birch veneer. By means of a bend-technique that Aalto invented, the wood is bended; legs and seat are glued like this, building an optical unity. The stool has a 39.5 cm height and its seat has a 43 cm diameter. The stool is available in several versions: bright, black or white lacquered. Furthermore with a black linoleum or white laminate seat, as well as cloth or leather upholstered. In the event of the 80th anniversary of the 60 Stool, Artek presented some special editions of it with coloured seats, as well as limited editions with different patterns of different artists.
  • Armchair 401 By Artek
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    Armchair 401 By Artek
    Frame birch natural lacquered. Seat with springs and PU foam, back with PU foam and Dacron. Upholstered with fabric or leather.
  • Artek 82B Table
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    Artek 82B Table
    Dining table. Material: Birch Wood. L- legs. Designed in 1935. Dimensions: Top thickness: 2" Overall Dimensions: 53.1" L x 33.5" W x 28.3" H, 61.7 lbs.
  • Artek - Stool 60
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    Artek - Stool 60
    The stackable stool 60 was designed by Alvar Aalto in the year 1933 and initially produced by O.y. Huonekalu – ja Rakennustyötehdas. After founding Artek in the year 1935 the stool was introduced in the standard assortment of Artek In the 1940es this three-legged stool became a famous best-seller. The renowned design emerged for the Viipuri library and went arround the world. The minimalistic and functional design was a revolution in its origin. Instead of the usual steel, the architect and designer Alvar Aalto used birch wood, a material that was bulky available in Finland. This is why the unusual stool was also affordable for poorer families. And to pursue tradition, Artek still manufactures the stool 60 with bended, massive birch veneer. By means of a bend-technique that Aalto invented, the wood is bended; legs and seat are glued like this, building an optical unity. The stool has a 39.5 cm height and its seat has a 43 cm diameter. The stool is available in several versions: bright, black or white lacquered. Furthermore with a black linoleum or white laminate seat, as well as cloth or leather upholstered. In the event of the 80th anniversary of the 60 Stool, Artek presented some special editions of it with coloured seats, as well as limited editions with different patterns of different artists.
  • Pirkka Pine and Birch Bench By Artek
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    Pirkka Pine and Birch Bench By Artek
    Seat oilwaxed or stained solid pine,frame stained solid birch: oilwaxed/stained black or stained brown/stained black or honey stained/stained black or stained brown/honey stained.
  • Artek 91 Dining Table
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    Artek 91 Dining Table
    About the Designer Alvar Aalto Finland (1898 - 1976) Alvar Aalto (1898-1976), one of the founders of Artek, was born in Kuortane, Finland. Alvar Aalto is recognized today as one of the great masters of modern architecture. During his long and prolific career, Aalto's work embraced almost all key public institutions - town halls, theatres, churches, libraries and universities - as well as standardized housing and private homes. Aalto's architecture is distinctively Finnish. It is marked by a warm humanity and strong individuality. His buildings derive their special aesthetic character from their dynamic relationship with their natural surroundings, their human scale, superbly executed details, unique treatment of materials and ingenious use of lighting. Like all great art, however, Aalto's architecture transcends national boundaries. His work is not the exclusive property of Finland: it forms a part of a common cultural heritage of European and worldwide significance. Alvar Aalto began designing furnishings as a natural and important extension of his architectural thinking. His first modern piece of furniture was created in 1931-32 for the Tuberculosis Sanatorium in Paimio, which proved to be his international breakthrough. Artek was set up in 1935 to market and sell Alvar and Aino Aalto's furniture, lamps and textiles, particularly on international markets where Artek focused its operations from the initial stages. Through the innovations in form and line that were born in his furniture designs, Alvar Aalto's name has also become important in the history of design. In fact, Aalto first achieved fame in Continental Europe as a furniture designer, and only later on as an architect. His contribution to furniture design was among his foremost achievements in its own right, and it sowed the seed from which many of his architectural ideas sprang forth. Alvar Aalto's furniture and lighting pieces form the basis of the Artek range.
  • Artek - Shelf 112B
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    Artek - Shelf 112B
    Alvar Aalto, the Finnish designer and architect designed the Shelf 112B in the year 1936. The Artek Company still manufactures the shelf after his classic concepts. The shelf beams consist of birch wood, its board consists of birch veneer. It is bright painted and available in a black or white design. Characteristically for the Shelf 112B are the down-rounded triangular beams, that lay directly on the board. Alvar Aalto also used this form for his Wardrobe 109 and for his Umbrella stand 115 beams. Rolling forms in single parts or beams of Alvar Aalto’s work are often seen. Furthermore Alvar Aalto’s interest in bounded wood is clearly obvious at the Shelf 112B, as it is also identifiable in his L-System that adorns for example his stools, chairs and couches.
  • Low Shelving System By Artek
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    Low Shelving System By Artek
    Ladder lacquered birch. Shelf painted MDF. Support zinc and aluminum.
  • Artek - Rocket Bar Stool
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    Artek - Rocket Bar Stool
    Eero Aarnio studied at the Art and Design School in Helsinki with Ilmari Tapiovaara as his teacher. At the beginning the 60es Aarnio experimented with new materials that allowed him whole forms of art and design. The first result was the legendary fiberglass Ball Chair with its unique form. Shortly after that he designed the Bubble Chair of crystal clear acrylic. Rather unusual for Aarnio was then the Rocket bar stool, a later design, from the year 1995. This high quality bar stool consists of oak wood and it is available in a soaped version, as well as black or white lacquered. The Rocket stool has a 73 cm height and a 44 cm diameter. This stool is furthermore available as another version: the “Baby Rocket” stool.
  • Tale Stool By Artek
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    Tale Stool By Artek
    Seat form pressed, veneered birch plywood. Frame solid birch. Seat and frame black stained or seat walnut veneer, frame black stained.
  • Domus Birch Lounge Chair By Artek
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    Domus Birch Lounge Chair By Artek
    Seat and back form pressed birch plywood, frame and armrests of solid birch: natural lacquered, stained black, stained honey or seat and back stained honey and frame and armrests painted white.
  • Artek - Lounger 710
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    Artek - Lounger 710
    The lounger 710 was designed by Alvar Aalto in 1935. Aalto was considered the most famous Finnish designer of modern times and founded the Artek company together with his wife. Artek still distributes the 710 lounger. The 710 lounger is designed purist and delights with its clear, pleasant form. The bent wood that has been developed by Aalto also equips the 710 lounger and does thereby wear the unmistakable branding of the designer. Artek delivers the 710 lounger in clear lacquered birch with a slatted frame. A suitable mattress is available separately.
  • X-Frame Glass Top Table By Artek
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    X-Frame Glass Top Table By Artek
    Frame options: solid elm, natural lacquered; solid oak, natural lacquered; laminated/birch/cherry wood, natural lacquered. Frame individually hand-sculptured. Numbered. Hardened glass top.
  • Artek - Stool 60 by Mike Meiré
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    Artek - Stool 60 by Mike Meiré
    Artek started to cooperate with Mike Meiré in 2012: In the event of the anniversary of Alvar Aalto’s iconic Stool 60 , the Cologne artist, designer and curator played with the flat surfaces of the stool by means of lacquering them in different contrasting colours. The Stool 60 by Mike Meiré simbolizes that individuality isn’t totally lost in times of perfection. ”It is an expression of the believe in pure beauty” explained Meiré. ”Every side of the stool gets a different matt or glossy colour. The numerous colours make a different impression every time and they count an own story and create different feelings.” The three coloured legs under the round seat make a constant impression of movement and vivacity at the Artek Stool 60. Artek manufactures the modern interpretation of Aalto’s legendary Stool 60 out of birch wood. The Stool 60 by Mike Meiré is naturally also stackable, as well as its model.
  • Chair 42 By Artek
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    Chair 42 By Artek
    Armrests birch natural lacquered. Seat shell bent birch plywood, lacquered in white or black.
  • Artek - Stool 60
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    Artek - Stool 60
    The stackable stool 60 was designed by Alvar Aalto in the year 1933 and initially produced by O.y. Huonekalu – ja Rakennustyötehdas. After founding Artek in the year 1935 the stool was introduced in the standard assortment of Artek In the 1940es this three-legged stool became a famous best-seller. The renowned design emerged for the Viipuri library and went arround the world. The minimalistic and functional design was a revolution in its origin. Instead of the usual steel, the architect and designer Alvar Aalto used birch wood, a material that was bulky available in Finland. This is why the unusual stool was also affordable for poorer families. And to pursue tradition, Artek still manufactures the stool 60 with bended, massive birch veneer. By means of a bend-technique that Aalto invented, the wood is bended; legs and seat are glued like this, building an optical unity. The stool has a 39.5 cm height and its seat has a 43 cm diameter. The stool is available in several versions: bright, black or white lacquered. Furthermore with a black linoleum or white laminate seat, as well as cloth or leather upholstered. In the event of the 80th anniversary of the 60 Stool, Artek presented some special editions of it with coloured seats, as well as limited editions with different patterns of different artists.
  • Rocket Stool By Artek
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    Rocket Stool By Artek
    Oak. Soaped, white or black lacquered. This product has a minimum quantity of 2 stools per option.
  • Artek Arm Chair 42
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    Artek Arm Chair 42
    Armrests made from birch in natural lacquer. Seat bent made from birch with plywood lacquered. Seating collection.
  • Pirkka Birch Bar Stool By Artek
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    Pirkka Birch Bar Stool By Artek
    Seat and frame solid birch: painted white.
  • Artek - Stool 60 by Mike Meiré
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    Artek - Stool 60 by Mike Meiré
    Artek started to cooperate with Mike Meiré in 2012: In the event of the anniversary of Alvar Aalto’s iconic Stool 60 , the Cologne artist, designer and curator played with the flat surfaces of the stool by means of lacquering them in different contrasting colours. The Stool 60 by Mike Meiré simbolizes that individuality isn’t totally lost in times of perfection. ”It is an expression of the believe in pure beauty” explained Meiré. ”Every side of the stool gets a different matt or glossy colour. The numerous colours make a different impression every time and they count an own story and create different feelings.” The three coloured legs under the round seat make a constant impression of movement and vivacity at the Artek Stool 60. Artek manufactures the modern interpretation of Aalto’s legendary Stool 60 out of birch wood. The Stool 60 by Mike Meiré is naturally also stackable, as well as its model.
  • Kiki Side Table By Artek
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    Kiki Side Table By Artek
    Tapiovaara wanted to design inexpensive furniture for broader audience. He made use of materials that were readily available in Finland in the 1940s, such as solid birch. Later in the 1950s, he began to develop multipurpose chairs made of steel tubing and plywood. Ilmari Tapiovaara designed Kiki in 1960. It was originally conceived as a chair whose stackability allowed it to be used to seat large groups, such as in auditoriums. In the Kiki series Tapiovaara employed a more clean cut design idiom instead of the more organic style he had favoured previously. Instead of wood, he chose oval steel tubing as the structural and unifying element of the whole Kiki collection. Kiki was a success, establishing the current direction for furniture design at this time. Kiki's timeless and elegant design idiom has made it one of the most popular pieces of public furniture in Finland.
  • Artek - Mademoiselle Lounge Chair
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    Artek - Mademoiselle Lounge Chair
    Soft lines and sparingly materials make the Mademoiselle Lounge Chair an elegant seating furniture and classic of Finnish design. Ilmari Tapiovaara, one of the most important designers of his time, already designed the lounge chair in 1956. Mademoiselle is produced by the Finnish company Artek in the frame of the Tapiovaara Family Collection. Swinging chairs and Loungers have always been important pieces of furniture in the history of Finnish design. Ilmari Tapiovaara already designed numerous new-interpretations of this piece of furniture during his studies. Modern and appealing at the same time, and comfortable, the chair with the elegant name Mademoiselle especially became a Finnish design icon of the 1950es. According to its name, Mademoiselle explains the filigree and elegant design of the Lounge Chair. The reduced design consists of slim and long forms that communicate appealingly. The Lounge Chair Mademoiselle simultaneously offers maximal functionality. Solid birch wood guarantees high stability and longetivity.
  • Upholstered Chair 66 By Artek
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    Upholstered Chair 66 By Artek
    Legs birch natural lacquered. Back birch, bent plywood, natural lacquered. Lacquered in white, Seat upholstered with fabric or leather. This product has a minimum quantity of 2 chairs per option.
  • Artek Arm Chair 41
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    Artek Arm Chair 41
    Armrests made from birch in natural lacquer. Seat bent made from birch with plywood lacquered. Seating collection.
  • Chair 63 By Artek
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    Chair 63 By Artek
    Frame birch natural lacquered. Seat with zig-zag springs and PU foam. Back with PU foam. Upholstered with fabric or leather.
  • Lento Chair By Artek
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    Lento Chair By Artek
    Legs form pressed birch veneer, natural lacquered, white or black lacquered. Seat shell: form pressed birch plywood, natural lacquered, white or black lacquered.
  • Artek Domus Lounge Chair
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    Artek Domus Lounge Chair
    Lounge chair. Seat and back form pressed birch plywood. Frame and armrests of solid birch. Designed in 1946. Dimensions: Seat: 16.1" Overall: 35" H x 23.2" W x 28" D, 25 lbs.
  • Baby Rocket Stool By Artek
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    Baby Rocket Stool By Artek
    Oak. Soaped, white or black lacquered. This product has a minimum quantity of 2 stools per option.
  • Chair 615 By Artek
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    Chair 615 By Artek
    Legs birch natural lacquered. Seat and back linen webbing.
  • Stool Y61 By Artek
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    Stool Y61 By Artek
    Legs birch natural lacquered. Seat options: webbing, quilted black linen or quilted black leather.
  • Artek 3 Piece Nesting Tables
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    Artek 3 Piece Nesting Tables
    Material: Wood. Tables collection.
  • Upholstered Stool 60 By Artek
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    Upholstered Stool 60 By Artek
    The stackable stool 60 created in 1933 by Alvar Aalto (1898-1976) represents the quintessence of functionalist furniture design. The simple idea behind this now-classic stool is based on three bent legs and a round seat. The secret of the original Aalto stool's success lies in its legs' unique bends that eventually became the distinctive feature of all Aalto furniture. The stool is also manufactured in a four-legged version. This product has a minimum quantity of 4 stools per option.
  • Upholstered Stool E60 By Artek
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    Upholstered Stool E60 By Artek
    Designed by Alvar Aalto in 1935, this chair is natural lacquered birch and comes with your choice of upholstery. This product has a minimum quantity of 4 stools per option.
  • Artek Seating 10 Unit System Side Chair
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    Artek Seating 10 Unit System Side Chair
    Material: Wood plastic composite. Comprised of 10 L-units and the necessary binding pieces. Seating collection.
  • Pirkka Pine and Birch Stool By Artek
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    Pirkka Pine and Birch Stool By Artek
    Seat oilwaxed or stained solid pine,frame stained solid birch: oilwaxed/stained black or stained brown/stained black or honey stained/stained black or stained brown/honey stained.
  • Pirkka Birch Stool By Artek
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    Pirkka Birch Stool By Artek
    Seat and frame solid birch: painted white.
  • Artek Domus Chair
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    Artek Domus Chair
    Arm chair. Seat and back form pressed birch plywood. Stackable, multipurpose. Designed in 1946. Dimensions: Seat: 17.7" Overall: 31.1" H x 22.8" W x 21.3" D, 17 lbs.
  • Pirkka Birch Table By Artek
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    Pirkka Birch Table By Artek
    Top and frame solid birch: painted white.
  • Leather Stool X600 By Artek
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    Leather Stool X600 By Artek
    Legs birch natural lacquered. Seat black leather.
  • Artek Special Edition Stool by Mike Meiré
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    Artek Special Edition Stool by Mike Meiré
    Special Edition collection. Stackable. Dimensions: 17.3" H x 15" W, 11 lbs.
  • Leather Stool X601 By Artek
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    Leather Stool X601 By Artek
    Legs birch natural lacquered. Seat black leather.
  • Lento Lounge Chair By Artek
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    Lento Lounge Chair By Artek
    Lento is a project which began as far back as 2006 with a chair. Koskinen wanted to design a series of wooden furniture that would be both lightweight and affordable. In 2009 the series was complemented with a table and an upholstered chair. The new Lento lounge chair and table are the latest additions to the product family. An upholstered version of the lounge chair is also available. Harri Koskinen's design language is characterized by practicality and an uncompromising aesthetic. He searches for clarity and innovative solutions that meet the needs of the consumer and the manufacturer alike. Lento is a graphic product family, but also pleasantly anonymous. It is equally suited for public places and private homes. "Lento means flight and its design can be associated with lightness and airiness." - Harri Koskinen.
  • Artek Domino Coffee Table
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    Artek Domino Coffee Table
    Coffee table. Table top of solid birch and plywood, with surface and background veneer. Deigned in 1954.
  • Hallway Chair 403 By Artek
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    Hallway Chair 403 By Artek
    Frame birch natural lacquered. Seat moulded birch plywood, lacquered natural colour or seat in white, black, orange, yellow, green. Stackable.
  • Aslak Leather Chair By Artek
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    Aslak Leather Chair By Artek
    Frame laminated birch, seat and back form pressed birch plywood, stackable up to 5 pcs. Coating Options: natural lacquered birch, white lacquered birch, black stained birch. Upholstered with leather.
  • Extension Table H92 By Artek
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    Extension Table H92 By Artek
    HL2-legs, ash veneer, natural lacquered. Two extension leaves can be stored underneath the table.
  • Artek Seating Armchair 402
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    Artek Seating Armchair 402
    Frame made from birch in natural lacquer. Seat with springs and PU foam. Back with PU foam and Dacron. Upholstered from leather.
  • High Stool 64 By Artek
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    High Stool 64 By Artek
    Legs birch, natural lacquered. Seat options: birch veneer, laminate, linoleum. This product has a minimum quantity of 2 stools per option.
  • X601 Stool By Artek
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    X601 Stool By Artek
    Legs birch natural lacquered. Seat ash veneer.
  • Artek 10 Unit System Dining Table
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    Artek 10 Unit System Dining Table
    Table top.
  • Upholstered Chair 69 By Artek
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    Upholstered Chair 69 By Artek
    Legs birch natural lacquered. Back birch, bent plywood, natural lacquered. Seat upholstered with fabric or leather. This product has a minimum quantity of 2 chairs per option.
  • Bench 153 By Artek
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    Bench 153 By Artek
    L-legs and top of birch. Coating options: natural, white, grey, black, or red lacquered.
  • Artek Side Chair 615
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    Artek Side Chair 615
    Legs made from birch in natural lacquer. Seat and back from webbing. Seating collection.
  • Extension Table H94 By Artek
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    Extension Table H94 By Artek
    HL2-legs, ash veneer, natural lacquered. Two extension leaves can be stored underneath the table.
  • Artek - Chair 23
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    Artek - Chair 23
    Artek re-edited another classic piece made by Alvar Aalto with the Chair 23. The cantilever has the characteristic form of most of the designs by the Finnish. The Chair 23 by Artek is a design of 1930 which has already been presented in the first collection by the manufacturer. Alvar Aalto designed the early cantilever suiting the side table 606 completely in black, with the Aalto typical renouncement of unnecessary details. The Chair 23 is suitable for the most different surroundings because of the simple form and colour. The Chair 23 was initially designed to be used in the Aalto designed Paimio, since it is ideally suitable to be used in public buildings because it is stackable. With its seat out of birch veneer, the frame of bent, matt painted steel tube and the simple form, the chair represented modern furnishing styles in the 30s, being as well contemporaneous today.
  • Domus Birch Chair By Artek
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    Domus Birch Chair By Artek
    Seat and back of form pressed birch plywood, frame and armrest of solid birch: natural lacquered, stained black, stained honey or painted white. Seat and back of oak veneered birch plywood, frame and armrest of solid oak: natural lacquered. Stackable chair.
  • Artek Ovalette Coffee Table
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    Artek Ovalette Coffee Table
    Table top of solid birch and plywood, with surface and background veneer. Frame of solid wood.
  • Domus Oak Chair By Artek
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    Domus Oak Chair By Artek
    Seat and back of form pressed birch plywood, frame and armrest of solid birch: natural lacquered, stained black, stained honey or painted white. Seat and back of oak veneered birch plywood, frame and armrest of solid oak: natural lacquered. Stackable chair.
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