Alvar Aalto furniture
MIT Press, 1985 - Antiques & Collectibles - 179 pages
Alvar Aalto's furniture designs are a superb example of an uncompromising spirit that has managed to overcome the boundaries of style and taste, fashion and social class.
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Chronology of massproduced furniture
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