Designer: Alvar Aalto
Year: 1933


Three legs (60) or
four legs (E60, NE60).
Legs birch, natural lacquered,
white or black lacquered.
Seat options:
birch veneer, laminate, linoleum,
white or black lacquered,
upholstered with fabric or leather.

3 legs

Legs natural lacquered:
seat birch veneer
seat laminate, white
seat linoleum, black
seat lacquered black
seat lacquered white
seat lacquered orange
seat lacquered yellow 
seat lacquered green
seat lacquered turquoise

white lacquered legs and seat
black lacquered legs and seat 



with fabric or leather

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.





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