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Chair 69 Palmio

Chair 69 Palmio

Designer: Alvar Aalto
Manufacturer: Artek
Designer: Alvar Aalto

Artek's iconic Chair 69, designed by Alvar Aalto in 1935, updated with a palette inspired by his famous Palmio Sanatorium project

Chair 69 Palmio

Designer: Alvar Aalto
Manufacturer: Artek
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Artek's iconic Chair 69, designed by Alvar Aalto in 1935, updated with a palette inspired by his famous Palmio Sanatorium project

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Chair 69 is one of Artek’s most popular dining chairs. The model was designed by Alvar Aalto in 1935 and it has been continuously in Artek’s selection ever since.

Chair 69 was originally designed for the Viipuri Municipal Library. In 1927 Aalto won the planning competition for the library and the building was inaugurated in 1935. Beside planning the building, he also designed lamps, details of the interiors and furniture like the chair 69 and the iconic Stool 60.

The 69 chair features a slightly wider base and backrest to provide superior stability and everyday function. Built from high-quality materials, the chair's legs and back are made from natural birch. Chair 69 has L-leg structure, which makes possible to attach the legs of the dining chair directly to the seat.

The colours are taken directly from Aalto’s Palmio Sanatorium (1929–1933), considered to be one of his most important buildings: the yellow of the floors, the green of the walls, the turquoise of the handrails and walls, and the orange, white and black of the furniture.

  • Dimensions: W.44 x D.47 x H.46/74 cm.
  • Materials: Lacquered Natural Birch

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