Launched by Japanese brand Taiyou&C, the stools comes in two editions – Clover 3 and Clover 4.
Both versions feature a seat divided up into petal-like shapes, and legs that bend into the gaps between the leaves. Clover 3 has three legs, while Clover 4 has four.
They come in either walnut or oak, and as there is also a lower version designed for children.
According to Taiyou&C – which was set up in November 2016 by Mikiya Kobayashi – the stool uses a minimum amount of wood, which also keeps it lightweight. Each piece is made by craftsmen in Japan.
The bent legs of the furniture resemble Aalto's design, while the rounded edges pay homage to the curved "wings" of Yanagi's stool.
"I wanted to make a stool where East meets West without compromise, combining the best of both worlds," said the designer.
An Eindhoven graduate, Hutten is based in Amsterdam. He has previously designed several chairs, including an armchair made from hundreds of layers of stacked fabric, and sofas that resemble smartphone icons.