The Lukki stool from Artek, designed by Ilmari Tapiovaara in 1954, has since become a classic of Finnish design. Lukki is Finnish for dad's long legs. The frame is made of lacquered steel tube and the seat and back are beech veneer, pressed in a birch plywood. Lukki chairs and stools were originally designed for the student house of the Technical University in Helsinki, and these have the qualities such as: versatility, stackability and durability.
Color: painted black
Width: 37 cm. Height: 44 cm.
Frame material: steel pipe (mat)
Seat material: seat beech veneer shape pressed birch plywood
About the designer:
Ilmari Tapiovaara (1914-1999) was a renowned Finnish interior architect and designer. In his designs, Tapiovaara always sought to be humane, playful and in keeping with a warm living environment. The designed pieces of furniture from Tapiovaara were always part of a whole, with architecture as the starting point.