Alvar Aalto Shop, Alvar Aalto Museum, Jyväskylä. Photo: Maija Holma (c) Alvar Aalto Foundation

Alvar Aalto Shop, Jyväskylä

The Alvar Aalto Shop is a delightful design store on the ground floor of the Alvar Aalto Museum. You can pop in and take a look when visiting an exhibition, or whenever you feel like it.

Our stock includes timeless, high-quality furnishing products to give as gifts or to liven up your home – classic light fittings, design fabrics and a changing selection of small products by different designers. As an official Artek retailer we supply furniture to order from the entire Artek range.

Our selection of Alvar Aalto books is the biggest in Finland, and our shelves also boast a wide range of other architecture and design literature. Another attraction is the unique selection of the Museum’s own products, including folders and notepads decorated with Aalto’s sketch drawings.

The Alvar Aalto Shop is open during Museum hours, from 11–18, Tuesday to Sunday.

Step in and enjoy the light and architecture of this shop space that has even been called a gem of its kind – the numerous Aalto light fittings and the natural light filtering through the slats in the window blinds create a harmonious atmosphere where you are sure to feel like taking a moment to relax!

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As well as Aalto-related literature, the museum shop’s selection includes carefully selected design products. The shop has the same opening hours as the home museum.

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The atelier shop stocks our most popular publications and design products. It is open during guided tours.

Online store

The online store is open round the clock, regardless of the time of day or night. In addition to architecture and design books, our range includes a varied selection of design products and original small products. Orders are shipped worldwide, and can also be collected from Alvar Aalto Shop (Jyväskylä).

Artek products of the Alvar Aalto Shop, Alvar Aalto Museum, Jyväskylä. Photo: Maija Holma (c) Alvar Aalto Foundation