In 1935 the founders of Artek drew up a manifesto that the Finnish furniture company still lives by. Their "one chair is enough" slogan promoted a philosophy of consuming in an intelligent way. And this resulted in well-designed, timeless pieces that are coveted to this day. So much so that Artek is hunting down old items and bringing them back to life.
Markku Alatalo, H. Iffland, Eino Mäkinen, Jussi Pajunen, A. Pietinen, Simo Rista
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