Marimekko: LOVE these!! Want these, must have these in my life soon

miss matched white thrift store dishes with our own sharpie designs on them?

Plywood stools and chair designed by Olavi Kettunen for J.Merivaara, Sweden. 1950s.

plywood chair and stools designed Olavi Kettunen for J Merivaara, Sweden -

Eero Aarnio Pastil Chair | The shape and #color of this #chair remind me of a tomato. #chairjunky    http://attheoffice.com

eero aarnio pastil chair - The year after he had designed the Pastil Chair Eero Aarnio received the American Industrial Design Award. The New York Times wrote about the Ball Chair and Pastil Chair at this time:

Koskinen lantern large by iittala. Harri Koskinen’s objects have attracted considerable international interest. The Lantern candleholder is a light sculpture designed with clear and clean lines. The reflections of the candle inside the mouth-blown glass create an illusion of light floating on air.

Harri Koskinen's objects have attracted considerable international interest. The Lantern candleholder is a light sculpture designed with clear and clean lines. The reflections of the candle inside the mouth-blown glass create an illusion of light floating

:: DESIGN :: This birch wood tea trolley was designed by Finnish designer Alvar Aalto all the way back in 1936. It debuted at the at the Paris World’s Fair in 1937. #design

Tea Trolley 901 - This birch wood tea trolley was designed by Finnish designer Alvar Aalto all the way back in 1936

Alvar Aalto; #915 Molded Birch Side Table for Paimio Sanatorium, 1932.

Model 915 two-tier table designed in 1932 by Alvar Aalto, Finland. Birch frame with black shelves

by eero aarnio, finland

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Paimio Chair Alvar Aalto (Finnish , 1898-1976). The Paimio Chair, the best-known piece of furniture designed by Aalto, is named for the town in southwestern Finland for which Aalto designed a tuberculosis sanatorium and all its furnishings. Used in the patients' lounge, the angle of the back of this armchair was intended to help sitters breathe more easily. Aalto's bentwood furniture had a great influence on the American designers Charles and Ray Eames and the Finnish-born Eero Saarinen.

Paimio by Alvar Aalto

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