Villa Mairea, by Alvar Aalto, 1937-1939, Noormarkku, Finland. Interior view from the living room towards the main staircase.
THE WOOD COLLECTOR | Tea trolley, designed by Alvar Aalto for Artek, Finland. 1930's.
kazu721010: “Maison Louis Carré / Alvar Aalto ”
STOOL E60 | Alvar Aalto and Otto Korhonen (1933) | posted by barchitects in 2013 - 80th anniversary
ALVAR AALTO, flexible pine wood screen, model nr.100. Early version, originally designed 1935-1936 and produced by Artek Oy, Finland, company which was co-owned by Aalto.
Alvar Aalto's Savoy vase... imagine the beautiful arrangement you could have in this. Also, my imagination is now running wild with table-long wavy glass vases!
Paimio "Armchair 41" Chair by Alvar Aalto, 1932. Frame in bent laminated beech with three solid wooden bars as stabilizers, seat in black lacquered molded plywood
Alvar Aalto Shelves image 4
Alvar Aalto Stools by Photographer Leslie Williamson - http://www.lesliewilliamson.com/aalto-studio
Alvar Aalto, des vases et des immeubles « organiques » Plus
The incredible studio space of designer Alvar Aalto in Helsinki with curving main space, high ceilings drenched with light and trailing plant wall.
Villa Mairea 1938-39. Photo (c) Alvar Aalto Museum / Maija Holma
thedesignhoarder: post number twenty six - aalto vases Here is part of my iittala Aalto vase collection. I think I have another eight or more in my other home. The Aalto vase was originally designed by Alvar Aalto in 1937. Best displayed with big bunches of tulips or waterlillies…
ALVAR AALTO - Early group of three ‘Beehive’ ceiling lights, 1953
In 1935, he founded the Finnish Company, Artek to manufacture his designs. Artek stays faithful to Aaltos craftsmanship and use of high quality materials.