Stool Collection Bar
by Philippe Starck for Emeco
Philippe Starck designed the Emeco stools as prototypes for the 2001 Mies van der Rohe retrospective at the Museum of Modern Art, for a recreated cafe that Mies van der Rohe and Lily Reich originally designed. Reaffirming Starcks design prowess, the museum selected these stools as pieces that might have been chosen by Mies van der Rohe today. Handcrafted of recycled and recyclable aluminum, and available in a brushed or high polished finish, the Emeco Stool Collection includes low, counter and bar height solutions and is guaranteed for a lifetime.
Made in the USA | Standard Lead Time: 4 weeks
Dating back to 1944, when it first handcrafted its 1006 Navy Chair for use on WWII submarines, Emeco has continuously manufactured aluminum furniture in its single production plant in Hanover, PA. Using a proprietary 77-step process, Emeco uses 80% recycled aluminum content, half which is post consumer (soft drink cans) and half postindustrial (manufacturing scrap). Emeco all-aluminum chairs are 100% recyclable, extremely low-maintenance, and impervious enough for outdoor use. Adding to its small eco footprint, Emeco all-aluminum chairs are guaranteed for a lifetime, which makes for a lesser impact on the earth’s resources.
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