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Artek Aalto Stacking Stool 60

$365 Non-Member
$328.50 Member
Members save up to 20% & free shipping $35+
Member discount applies, but other discounts do not apply.
Online Only

Artek Aalto Stacking Stool 60

$365 Non-Member
$328.50 Member
Members save up to 20% & free shipping $35+
Member discount applies, but other discounts do not apply.

Color:  Birch

Item# v5420-5420
Member discount applies, but other discounts do not apply.
Shipping surcharge of $50.00 
Shipping surcharge of $50.00 
Shipping surcharge of $50.00 
Shipping surcharge of $50.00 
Shipping surcharge of $50.00 
Shipping surcharge of $50.00 
Shipping surcharge of $50.00 
Shipping surcharge of $50.00 
Shipping surcharge of $50.00 
Shipping surcharge of $50.00 
Shipping surcharge of $50.00 
Special Order: Please allow 4-8 weeks for shipping per item for Birch, White/ Birch and Black/ Birch. For all others, please allow 20-24 weeks for shipping per item.
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This seemingly simple stool, an object in MoMA's collection, features what Alvar Aalto deemed his most important contribution to furniture design: the L-shaped leg. The Aalto Stool 60s design provides a smooth visual transition from leg to top and is structurally sound. In addition to being featured in MoMA's collection, this stool was displayed in Alvar Aalto: Between Humanism and Materialism, a career retrospective mounted by the Museum's Department of Architecture and Design in 1998. Made of birch, his preferred material, the signature bentwood leg attaches simply to the bottom of the seat. Made by Artek, a manufacturer with work in MoMA's collection. Ships flat; simple assembly is required. Black version is made from linoleum. White version is made from high pressure laminate (HPL).

Many of Aalto's earliest furniture designs were for a tuberculosis sanitarium in Paimio, Finland, and are thus based on strict criteria: comfort, warmth, and easy maintenance and storage. Birch was his material of choice because of its abundance in Finland and his belief that patients should never touch a cold surface.

  • Designer
    Alvar Aalto
  • Size
    17.25h x 15"d
  • Material
    Birch Wood
  • Origin
    Finland
  • Special shipping charge of $50.00
  • Shipping Method: Front Door Delivery
  • This item cannot be shipped outside of the contiguous U.S.
  • This item is final sale and non-returnable.

$7.95 Flat standard shipping fee available. Learn More.

Please note COVID-19 related production and shipping challenges may result in delays.

This seemingly simple stool, an object in MoMA's collection, features what Alvar Aalto deemed his most important contribution to furniture design: the L-shaped leg. The Aalto Stool 60s design provides a smooth visual transition from leg to top and is structurally sound. In addition to being featured in MoMA's collection, this stool was displayed in Alvar Aalto: Between Humanism and Materialism, a career retrospective mounted by the Museum's Department of Architecture and Design in 1998. Made of birch, his preferred material, the signature bentwood leg attaches simply to the bottom of the seat. Made by Artek, a manufacturer with work in MoMA's collection. Ships flat; simple assembly is required. Black version is made from linoleum. White version is made from high pressure laminate (HPL).

Many of Aalto's earliest furniture designs were for a tuberculosis sanitarium in Paimio, Finland, and are thus based on strict criteria: comfort, warmth, and easy maintenance and storage. Birch was his material of choice because of its abundance in Finland and his belief that patients should never touch a cold surface.

  • Designer
    Alvar Aalto
  • Size
    17.25h x 15"d
  • Material
    Birch Wood
  • Origin
    Finland
  • Special shipping charge of $50.00
  • Shipping Method: Front Door Delivery
  • This item cannot be shipped outside of the contiguous U.S.
  • This item is final sale and non-returnable.

$7.95 Flat standard shipping fee available. Learn More.

Please note COVID-19 related production and shipping challenges may result in delays.

This seemingly simple stool, an object in MoMA's collection, features what Alvar Aalto deemed his most important contribution to furniture design: the L-shaped leg. The Aalto Stool 60s design provides a smooth visual transition from leg to top and is structurally sound. In addition to being featured in MoMA's collection, this stool was displayed in Alvar Aalto: Between Humanism and Materialism, a career retrospective mounted by the Museum's Department of Architecture and Design in 1998. Made of birch, his preferred material, the signature bentwood leg attaches simply to the bottom of the seat. Made by Artek, a manufacturer with work in MoMA's collection. Ships flat; simple assembly is required. Black version is made from linoleum. White version is made from high pressure laminate (HPL).

Many of Aalto's earliest furniture designs were for a tuberculosis sanitarium in Paimio, Finland, and are thus based on strict criteria: comfort, warmth, and easy maintenance and storage. Birch was his material of choice because of its abundance in Finland and his belief that patients should never touch a cold surface.

  • Designer
    Alvar Aalto
  • Size
    17.25h x 15"d
  • Material
    Birch Wood
  • Origin
    Finland
  • Special shipping charge of $50.00
  • Shipping Method: Front Door Delivery
  • This item cannot be shipped outside of the contiguous U.S.
  • This item is final sale and non-returnable.

$7.95 Flat standard shipping fee available. Learn More.

Please note COVID-19 related production and shipping challenges may result in delays.

This seemingly simple stool, an object in MoMA's collection, features what Alvar Aalto deemed his most important contribution to furniture design: the L-shaped leg. The Aalto Stool 60s design provides a smooth visual transition from leg to top and is structurally sound. In addition to being featured in MoMA's collection, this stool was displayed in Alvar Aalto: Between Humanism and Materialism, a career retrospective mounted by the Museum's Department of Architecture and Design in 1998. Made of birch, his preferred material, the signature bentwood leg attaches simply to the bottom of the seat. Made by Artek, a manufacturer with work in MoMA's collection. Ships flat; simple assembly is required. Black version is made from linoleum. White version is made from high pressure laminate (HPL).

Many of Aalto's earliest furniture designs were for a tuberculosis sanitarium in Paimio, Finland, and are thus based on strict criteria: comfort, warmth, and easy maintenance and storage. Birch was his material of choice because of its abundance in Finland and his belief that patients should never touch a cold surface.

  • Designer
    Alvar Aalto
  • Size
    17.25h x 15"d
  • Material
    Birch Wood
  • Origin
    Finland
  • Special shipping charge of $50.00
  • Shipping Method: Front Door Delivery
  • This item cannot be shipped outside of the contiguous U.S.
  • This item is final sale and non-returnable.

$7.95 Flat standard shipping fee available. Learn More.

Please note COVID-19 related production and shipping challenges may result in delays.

This seemingly simple stool, an object in MoMA's collection, features what Alvar Aalto deemed his most important contribution to furniture design: the L-shaped leg. The Aalto Stool 60s design provides a smooth visual transition from leg to top and is structurally sound. In addition to being featured in MoMA's collection, this stool was displayed in Alvar Aalto: Between Humanism and Materialism, a career retrospective mounted by the Museum's Department of Architecture and Design in 1998. Made of birch, his preferred material, the signature bentwood leg attaches simply to the bottom of the seat. Made by Artek, a manufacturer with work in MoMA's collection. Ships flat; simple assembly is required. Black version is made from linoleum. White version is made from high pressure laminate (HPL).

Many of Aalto's earliest furniture designs were for a tuberculosis sanitarium in Paimio, Finland, and are thus based on strict criteria: comfort, warmth, and easy maintenance and storage. Birch was his material of choice because of its abundance in Finland and his belief that patients should never touch a cold surface.

  • Designer
    Alvar Aalto
  • Size
    17.25h x 15"d
  • Material
    Birch Wood
  • Origin
    Finland
  • Special shipping charge of $50.00
  • Shipping Method: Front Door Delivery
  • This item cannot be shipped outside of the contiguous U.S.
  • This item is final sale and non-returnable.

$7.95 Flat standard shipping fee available. Learn More.

Please note COVID-19 related production and shipping challenges may result in delays.

This seemingly simple stool, an object in MoMA's collection, features what Alvar Aalto deemed his most important contribution to furniture design: the L-shaped leg. The Aalto Stool 60s design provides a smooth visual transition from leg to top and is structurally sound. In addition to being featured in MoMA's collection, this stool was displayed in Alvar Aalto: Between Humanism and Materialism, a career retrospective mounted by the Museum's Department of Architecture and Design in 1998. Made of birch, his preferred material, the signature bentwood leg attaches simply to the bottom of the seat. Made by Artek, a manufacturer with work in MoMA's collection. Ships flat; simple assembly is required. Black version is made from linoleum. White version is made from high pressure laminate (HPL).

Many of Aalto's earliest furniture designs were for a tuberculosis sanitarium in Paimio, Finland, and are thus based on strict criteria: comfort, warmth, and easy maintenance and storage. Birch was his material of choice because of its abundance in Finland and his belief that patients should never touch a cold surface.

  • Designer
    Alvar Aalto
  • Size
    17.25h x 15"d
  • Material
    Birch Wood
  • Origin
    Finland
  • Special shipping charge of $50.00
  • Shipping Method: Front Door Delivery
  • This item cannot be shipped outside of the contiguous U.S.
  • This item is final sale and non-returnable.

$7.95 Flat standard shipping fee available. Learn More.

Please note COVID-19 related production and shipping challenges may result in delays.

This seemingly simple stool, an object in MoMA's collection, features what Alvar Aalto deemed his most important contribution to furniture design: the L-shaped leg. The Aalto Stool 60s design provides a smooth visual transition from leg to top and is structurally sound. In addition to being featured in MoMA's collection, this stool was displayed in Alvar Aalto: Between Humanism and Materialism, a career retrospective mounted by the Museum's Department of Architecture and Design in 1998. Made of birch, his preferred material, the signature bentwood leg attaches simply to the bottom of the seat. Made by Artek, a manufacturer with work in MoMA's collection. Ships flat; simple assembly is required. Black version is made from linoleum. White version is made from high pressure laminate (HPL).

Many of Aalto's earliest furniture designs were for a tuberculosis sanitarium in Paimio, Finland, and are thus based on strict criteria: comfort, warmth, and easy maintenance and storage. Birch was his material of choice because of its abundance in Finland and his belief that patients should never touch a cold surface.

  • Designer
    Alvar Aalto
  • Size
    17.25h x 15"d
  • Material
    Birch Wood
  • Origin
    Finland
  • Special shipping charge of $50.00
  • Shipping Method: Front Door Delivery
  • This item cannot be shipped outside of the contiguous U.S.
  • This item is final sale and non-returnable.

$7.95 Flat standard shipping fee available. Learn More.

Please note COVID-19 related production and shipping challenges may result in delays.

This seemingly simple stool, an object in MoMA's collection, features what Alvar Aalto deemed his most important contribution to furniture design: the L-shaped leg. The Aalto Stool 60s design provides a smooth visual transition from leg to top and is structurally sound. In addition to being featured in MoMA's collection, this stool was displayed in Alvar Aalto: Between Humanism and Materialism, a career retrospective mounted by the Museum's Department of Architecture and Design in 1998. Made of birch, his preferred material, the signature bentwood leg attaches simply to the bottom of the seat. Made by Artek, a manufacturer with work in MoMA's collection. Ships flat; simple assembly is required. Black version is made from linoleum. White version is made from high pressure laminate (HPL).

Many of Aalto's earliest furniture designs were for a tuberculosis sanitarium in Paimio, Finland, and are thus based on strict criteria: comfort, warmth, and easy maintenance and storage. Birch was his material of choice because of its abundance in Finland and his belief that patients should never touch a cold surface.

  • Designer
    Alvar Aalto
  • Size
    17.25h x 15"d
  • Material
    Birch Wood
  • Origin
    Finland
  • Special shipping charge of $50.00
  • Shipping Method: Front Door Delivery
  • This item cannot be shipped outside of the contiguous U.S.
  • This item is final sale and non-returnable.

$7.95 Flat standard shipping fee available. Learn More.

Please note COVID-19 related production and shipping challenges may result in delays.

This seemingly simple stool, an object in MoMA's collection, features what Alvar Aalto deemed his most important contribution to furniture design: the L-shaped leg. The Aalto Stool 60s design provides a smooth visual transition from leg to top and is structurally sound. In addition to being featured in MoMA's collection, this stool was displayed in Alvar Aalto: Between Humanism and Materialism, a career retrospective mounted by the Museum's Department of Architecture and Design in 1998. Made of birch, his preferred material, the signature bentwood leg attaches simply to the bottom of the seat. Made by Artek, a manufacturer with work in MoMA's collection. Ships flat; simple assembly is required. Black version is made from linoleum. White version is made from high pressure laminate (HPL).

Many of Aalto's earliest furniture designs were for a tuberculosis sanitarium in Paimio, Finland, and are thus based on strict criteria: comfort, warmth, and easy maintenance and storage. Birch was his material of choice because of its abundance in Finland and his belief that patients should never touch a cold surface.

  • Designer
    Alvar Aalto
  • Size
    17.25h x 15"d
  • Material
    Birch Wood
  • Origin
    Finland
  • Special shipping charge of $50.00
  • Shipping Method: Front Door Delivery
  • This item cannot be shipped outside of the contiguous U.S.
  • This item is final sale and non-returnable.

$7.95 Flat standard shipping fee available. Learn More.

Please note COVID-19 related production and shipping challenges may result in delays.

This seemingly simple stool, an object in MoMA's collection, features what Alvar Aalto deemed his most important contribution to furniture design: the L-shaped leg. The Aalto Stool 60s design provides a smooth visual transition from leg to top and is structurally sound. In addition to being featured in MoMA's collection, this stool was displayed in Alvar Aalto: Between Humanism and Materialism, a career retrospective mounted by the Museum's Department of Architecture and Design in 1998. Made of birch, his preferred material, the signature bentwood leg attaches simply to the bottom of the seat. Made by Artek, a manufacturer with work in MoMA's collection. Ships flat; simple assembly is required. Black version is made from linoleum. White version is made from high pressure laminate (HPL).

Many of Aalto's earliest furniture designs were for a tuberculosis sanitarium in Paimio, Finland, and are thus based on strict criteria: comfort, warmth, and easy maintenance and storage. Birch was his material of choice because of its abundance in Finland and his belief that patients should never touch a cold surface.

  • Designer
    Alvar Aalto
  • Size
    17.25h x 15"d
  • Material
    Birch Wood
  • Origin
    Finland
  • Special shipping charge of $50.00
  • Shipping Method: Front Door Delivery
  • This item cannot be shipped outside of the contiguous U.S.
  • This item is final sale and non-returnable.

$7.95 Flat standard shipping fee available. Learn More.

Please note COVID-19 related production and shipping challenges may result in delays.

This seemingly simple stool, an object in MoMA's collection, features what Alvar Aalto deemed his most important contribution to furniture design: the L-shaped leg. The Aalto Stool 60s design provides a smooth visual transition from leg to top and is structurally sound. In addition to being featured in MoMA's collection, this stool was displayed in Alvar Aalto: Between Humanism and Materialism, a career retrospective mounted by the Museum's Department of Architecture and Design in 1998. Made of birch, his preferred material, the signature bentwood leg attaches simply to the bottom of the seat. Made by Artek, a manufacturer with work in MoMA's collection. Ships flat; simple assembly is required. Black version is made from linoleum. White version is made from high pressure laminate (HPL).

Many of Aalto's earliest furniture designs were for a tuberculosis sanitarium in Paimio, Finland, and are thus based on strict criteria: comfort, warmth, and easy maintenance and storage. Birch was his material of choice because of its abundance in Finland and his belief that patients should never touch a cold surface.

  • Designer
    Alvar Aalto
  • Size
    17.25h x 15"d
  • Material
    Birch Wood
  • Origin
    Finland
  • Special shipping charge of $50.00
  • Shipping Method: Front Door Delivery
  • This item cannot be shipped outside of the contiguous U.S.
  • This item is final sale and non-returnable.

$7.95 Flat standard shipping fee available. Learn More.

Please note COVID-19 related production and shipping challenges may result in delays.

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