Aino Marsio-Aalto

General Information

Occupation: Architect, Designer

Date of Birth: January 01, 1894

Date of Death: January 13, 1949

Birth Country: Finland

Resident City: Jyvaskyla

Resident Country: Finland

Sources: Museum of Finnish Architecture. Profiles: Pioneering Women Architects From Finland. Finland: Martinpaino, 1983.


Subject: Functionalist Housewares

Subject: Interior design


Employer: Office of Alvar Aalto

Title: Architect

City: Jyvaskyla

Country: Finland

Notes: Aino Marsio and Alvar Aalto were married in 1924

Employer: Artek

Title: Partner and managing director

Start Date: January 01, 1935


Employer: Office of Oiva Kallio

Title: Architect

Country: Finland


No collaborators on record


No apprenticeships on record


Name: Gold Medal, Milan Triennale

Description: for the design of a functionalist glassware collection

Date Received: January 01, 1936

Name: Finnish pavilion at the Paris World Fair, 1st Prize

Description: awarded to the Aalto office

Date Received: January 01, 1936

Name: iittala-Karhula design competition

Date Received: January 01, 1932


No exhibitions on record

Notable Projects

Title: Karhula-Iittala Glass Service

Description: pressed glass service

Country: delete

Title: Agricultural Co-operative Building in Turku

Description: took part in the planning of the project while in the Aalto office

Country: Finland


Institution: Helsinki University of Technology

Degree: architect's degree

End Date: January 01, 1920


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Professional Affiliations

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Publications By

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Publications About

Title: The enigma of Aino Aalto

Author: Aila Kolehmainen

Publication: Form Function Finland

Volume: 2

Page: 50-53

Date Published: January 01, 2004