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Artek Aalto Round Table 91

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Designed in 1935 by Alvar Aalto, 91 is a large, versatile, four-legged round table that can be used throughout your home. Made from solid Finnish birch wood that has a warm, natural beauty and will age gracefully over time, the 91 is produced semi-industrially, adhering to strict criteria and a high level of handcraftsmanship. Round Table 91 is ideal as a cozy kitchen or dining room table that seats up to four people, and can also be used in your workspace as a desk, or  as a place for arts and crafts activities, puzzles and games in the family or children’s room. Made in Finland, the Round Dining Table 91 has a tabletop made from birch veneer, high-pressure laminate and linoleum. It stands 29.25” high with a 49.25”diam. Some assembly required. Both Alvar Aalto and the table’s manufacturer, Artek, is represented in MoMA’s collection.
  • Designer
    Alvar Aalto
  • Size
    29.25h x 49.25"diam.
  • Materials
    Birch Wood, HPL, Linoleum
  • Year of Design
    1935
  • Origin
    Finland
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