With this stool, Quito designer Ángeles Ortiz reinterpreted the IKEA Frosta Stool, which is a reproduction of Alvar Aalto’s seminal Stool 60. The design, which incorporates organically formed glass appendages, riffs on notions of appropriation and adaptation, if not also a sense of resourcefulness.  Photo 4 of 7 in Design Cities: Quito, Ecuador from Here Are the World’s Most Exciting Design Destinations—and Why You Have to Visit

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With this stool, Quito designer Ángeles Ortiz reinterpreted the IKEA Frosta Stool, which is a reproduction of Alvar Aalto’s seminal Stool 60. The design, which incorporates organically formed glass appendages, riffs on notions of appropriation and adaptation, if not also a sense of resourcefulness.

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