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Artek Stool 60 Installation at Dover Street Market

By Katie Chen

July 7, 2014

Pragmatism epitomized in a seat, architects Astrid Klein and Mark Dytham created an installation that combines art, design and architecture. Celebrating the 80th anniversary of the Stool 60 by Finnish furniture company, Artek, Dover Street Market New York is featuring the installation highlighting the iconic chair.

Originally debuted at Dover Street Market Ginza, the installation showcases the iconic stools at various heights that emulate blades of grass. The stackable Stool 60 was originally created in 1933 by Alvar Aalto, designer and founder of Artek. The stool combines functionality and design innovation with its three bent legs and round seat, an at-the-time unprecedented pinnacle in modern design.

The classic stool is being sold exclusively at Dover Street Market New York in two colors available in limited quantities (10 each).

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