Pair of stools designed by Swedish modernist G.A. (Gustaf Axel) Berg in the 1940s. They of course have some resemblance with the very famous Alvar Aalto stool, model 60. Berg actually had a his own furniture shop in Stockholm in the early 1940s and was among the first few who was importing and selling Alvar Aaltos furniture in Sweden. He was clearly inspired by Aalto and Bruno Mathssons design and went on to produce a number of chairs with hemp webbing that are in the same style as those two gigants of the Scandinavian design movement during this period in time. Berg had a few makers who produced his own furniture including "Bergs Möbelindustri in Upplands Väsby", "J.E. Blomqvist in Storvreta", "Nässjö Stolfabrik" and "Fritz Hansen in Denmark" among others but it's not known who manufactured these stools. The seats have been restored and the overall condition is good with ware consistent wit age and use. One leg with a little crack but it does not seems to be more fragile than the rest of the legs and does not affect the usage on any level.
Designer: Gustaf Axel Berg
Design Period: 1940 to 1949
Year of production: 1940s
Country of Manufacture: Sweden
Identifying marks: -
Detailed Condition: Good vintage condition
Restoration and Damage Details: One of the legs has a very shallow crack. Does not affect the usage on any level. They overall has a few scratches and marks consistent with age and use.
Diameter: 40 cm
Height: 44 cm
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