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  • emeco Alfi 3-Seat Bench, High Back
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    emeco Alfi 3-Seat Bench, High Back
    Emeco and Morrison together, designed and engineered The Alfi Collection with the conviction that what you don’t see is as important as what you do see. Alfi reflects Emeco and Morrison’s common appreciation for the invisible qualities behind simplicity. Made of reclaimed and responsibly selected materials, engineered for comfort and strength, and designed to be humble and timeless, Alfi embodies these hidden values.
  • emeco Hudson Rocking Chair
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    emeco Hudson Rocking Chair
    The Hudson, designed for the Hudson hotel in NYC, is Emeco and Starck’s first collaboration. Starck described the chair as “washing the details from the Navy Chair”. It takes an additional 8 hours to polish each Hudson chair. Hudson is in MoMa’s permanent collection.
  • emeco Navy® Semi-Upholstered Chair
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    emeco Navy® Semi-Upholstered Chair
    First built for use on submarines in 1944, the Navy Chair has been in continuous production ever since. With the famous 77 step Process, our craftsmen take soft, recycled aluminum, hand form and weld it- then temper it for strength. Finally, the chair is anodized for a durable finish. We guarantee the Navy Chairs for life.
  • emeco Hudson Rocking Chair With Arms
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    emeco Hudson Rocking Chair With Arms
    The Hudson, designed for the Hudson hotel in NYC, is Emeco and Starck’s first collaboration. Starck described the chair as “washing the details from the Navy Chair”. It takes an additional 8 hours to polish each Hudson chair. Hudson is in MoMa’s permanent collection.
  • emeco Navy® Upholstered Swivel Armchair
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    emeco Navy® Upholstered Swivel Armchair
    First built for use on submarines in 1944, the Navy Chair has been in continuous production ever since. With the famous 77 step Process, our craftsmen take soft, recycled aluminum, hand form and weld it- then temper it for strength. Finally, the chair is anodized for a durable finish. We guarantee the Navy Chairs for life.
  • emeco Navy® Armchair With Natural Wood Seat
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    emeco Navy® Armchair With Natural Wood Seat
    First built for use on submarines in 1944, the Navy Chair has been in continuous production ever since. With the famous 77 step Process, our craftsmen take soft, recycled aluminum, hand form and weld it- then temper it for strength. Finally, the chair is anodized for a durable finish. We guarantee the Navy Chairs for life.
  • emeco Navy® Upholstered Chair
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    emeco Navy® Upholstered Chair
    First built for use on submarines in 1944, the Navy Chair has been in continuous production ever since. With the famous 77 step Process, our craftsmen take soft, recycled aluminum, hand form and weld it- then temper it for strength. Finally, the chair is anodized for a durable finish. We guarantee the Navy Chairs for life.
  • Emeco Occasional Table
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    Emeco Occasional Table
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  • Emeco Occasional Table
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    Emeco Occasional Table
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  • emeco 111 Navy® Chair
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    emeco 111 Navy® Chair
    Coca-Cola and Emeco collaborated to solve an environmental problem: Up-cycling consumer waste into a sustainable, timeless, classic chair. Made of 111 recycled PET bottles, the 111 Navy Chair is a story of innovation.
  • emeco Hudson Swivel Chair
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    emeco Hudson Swivel Chair
    The Hudson, designed for the Hudson hotel in NYC, is Emeco and Starck’s first collaboration. Starck described the chair as “washing the details from the Navy Chair”. It takes an additional 8 hours to polish each Hudson chair. Hudson is in MoMa’s permanent collection.
  • emeco Heritage Counter Stool
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    emeco Heritage Counter Stool
    Heritage is a stacking chair designed by Philippe Starck, inspired by the original 1006 Navy.The rocking version was designed for the world famous Bon restaurant in Paris. Intended as a “sit up” chair for working and dining, it’s a symbol of Emeco’s amalgamation of utility and beauty.
  • emeco Hudson Swivel Armchair
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    emeco Hudson Swivel Armchair
    The Hudson, designed for the Hudson hotel in NYC, is Emeco and Starck’s first collaboration. Starck described the chair as “washing the details from the Navy Chair”. It takes an additional 8 hours to polish each Hudson chair. Hudson is in MoMa’s permanent collection.
  • emeco 20-06 Stacking Chair
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    emeco 20-06 Stacking Chair
    Emeco’s collaboration with Norman Foster resulted in the “20-06” Stacking chair. Foster envisioned a more “neutral” stacking chair-visually and physically lightweight. But the 20-06 is also super strong-tested to 445Kg. Lord Norman Foster said” I appreciate the anonymous character of the 20-06 collection-it meshes seamlessly with our vision for interior space.”
  • emeco Navy® Barstool With Arms
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    emeco Navy® Barstool With Arms
    First built for use on submarines in 1944, the Navy Chair has been in continuous production ever since. With the famous 77 step Process, our craftsmen take soft, recycled aluminum, hand form and weld it- then temper it for strength. Finally, the chair is anodized for a durable finish. We guarantee the Navy Chairs for life.
  • emeco 20-06 Armchair
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    emeco 20-06 Armchair
    Emeco’s collaboration with Norman Foster resulted in the “20-06” Stacking chair. Foster envisioned a more “neutral” stacking chair-visually and physically lightweight. But the 20-06 is also super strong-tested to 445Kg. Lord Norman Foster said” I appreciate the anonymous character of the 20-06 collection-it meshes seamlessly with our vision for interior space.”
  • emeco Navy® Upholstered Chair
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    emeco Navy® Upholstered Chair
    First built for use on submarines in 1944, the Navy Chair has been in continuous production ever since. With the famous 77 step Process, our craftsmen take soft, recycled aluminum, hand form and weld it- then temper it for strength. Finally, the chair is anodized for a durable finish. We guarantee the Navy Chairs for life.
  • emeco Hudson Swivel Chair
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    emeco Hudson Swivel Chair
    The Hudson, designed for the Hudson hotel in NYC, is Emeco and Starck’s first collaboration. Starck described the chair as “washing the details from the Navy Chair”. It takes an additional 8 hours to polish each Hudson chair. Hudson is in MoMa’s permanent collection.
  • emeco Navy® Semi-Upholstered Chair
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    emeco Navy® Semi-Upholstered Chair
    First built for use on submarines in 1944, the Navy Chair has been in continuous production ever since. With the famous 77 step Process, our craftsmen take soft, recycled aluminum, hand form and weld it- then temper it for strength. Finally, the chair is anodized for a durable finish. We guarantee the Navy Chairs for life.
  • emeco Navy® Semi-Upholstered Swivel Chair
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    emeco Navy® Semi-Upholstered Swivel Chair
    First built for use on submarines in 1944, the Navy Chair has been in continuous production ever since. With the famous 77 step Process, our craftsmen take soft, recycled aluminum, hand form and weld it- then temper it for strength. Finally, the chair is anodized for a durable finish. We guarantee the Navy Chairs for life.
  • emeco Hudson Rocking Chair
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    emeco Hudson Rocking Chair
    The Hudson, designed for the Hudson hotel in NYC, is Emeco and Starck’s first collaboration. Starck described the chair as “washing the details from the Navy Chair”. It takes an additional 8 hours to polish each Hudson chair. Hudson is in MoMa’s permanent collection.
  • emeco 111 Navy® Chair
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    emeco 111 Navy® Chair
    Coca-Cola and Emeco collaborated to solve an environmental problem: Up-cycling consumer waste into a sustainable, timeless, classic chair. Made of 111 recycled PET bottles, the 111 Navy Chair is a story of innovation.
  • emeco Navy® Upholstered Swivel Chair
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    emeco Navy® Upholstered Swivel Chair
    First built for use on submarines in 1944, the Navy Chair has been in continuous production ever since. With the famous 77 step Process, our craftsmen take soft, recycled aluminum, hand form and weld it- then temper it for strength. Finally, the chair is anodized for a durable finish. We guarantee the Navy Chairs for life.
  • emeco Hudson Barstool With Arms
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    emeco Hudson Barstool With Arms
    The Hudson, designed for the Hudson hotel in NYC, is Emeco and Starck’s first collaboration. Starck described the chair as “washing the details from the Navy Chair”. It takes an additional 8 hours to polish each Hudson chair. Hudson is in MoMa’s permanent collection.
  • Emeco Occasional Table
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    Emeco Occasional Table
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  • emeco Kong Barstool With Arms
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    emeco Kong Barstool With Arms
    Starck first designed the Kong barstool for the Chinese restaurant Kong in Paris. The one armed stool was intended to make it easy and graceful for the super model clientele to slither in and out of the bar. Kong requires the hand welding of 24 separate pieces of aluminum, and an additional 8 hours of hand polishing.
  • emeco Lancaster Chair White/Light Ash
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    emeco Lancaster Chair White/Light Ash
    Our clients have asked us to utilize wood in our designs for years. Lancaster features a re-claimed, solid ash frame and recycled die-cast aluminum seat and back- an expression of industrial technique and warm materials.
  • emeco Lancaster Chair Polished
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    emeco Lancaster Chair Polished
    Our clients have asked us to utilize wood in our designs for years. Lancaster features a re-claimed, solid ash frame and recycled die-cast aluminum seat and back- an expression of industrial technique and warm materials.
  • emeco 20-06 Counter Stool
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    emeco 20-06 Counter Stool
    Emeco’s collaboration with Norman Foster resulted in the “20-06” Stacking chair. Foster envisioned a more “neutral” stacking chair-visually and physically lightweight. But the 20-06 is also super strong-tested to 445Kg. Lord Norman Foster said” I appreciate the anonymous character of the 20-06 collection-it meshes seamlessly with our vision for interior space.”
  • emeco Lancaster Chair Sand/Light Ash
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    emeco Lancaster Chair Sand/Light Ash
    Our clients have asked us to utilize wood in our designs for years. Lancaster features a re-claimed, solid ash frame and recycled die-cast aluminum seat and back- an expression of industrial technique and warm materials.
  • emeco Navy® Barstool With Arms
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    emeco Navy® Barstool With Arms
    First built for use on submarines in 1944, the Navy Chair has been in continuous production ever since. With the famous 77 step Process, our craftsmen take soft, recycled aluminum, hand form and weld it- then temper it for strength. Finally, the chair is anodized for a durable finish. We guarantee the Navy Chairs for life.
  • emeco 1951 Barstool
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    emeco 1951 Barstool
    In 2003, Gregg’s colleague, Harvey Goldson, bought an old Emeco chair on ebay, and left it in Gregg’s office without explanation. Gregg contacted Adrian van Hooydonk at BMW Designworks in Southern California, and Van Hooydonk designed the 2005 version of this classic chair, with a new, more ‘dynamic’ stance and an injection-molded plastic seat and back.
  • emeco 1951 Counter Stool
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    emeco 1951 Counter Stool
    In 2003, Gregg’s colleague, Harvey Goldson, bought an old Emeco chair on ebay, and left it in Gregg’s office without explanation. Gregg contacted Adrian van Hooydonk at BMW Designworks in Southern California, and Van Hooydonk designed the 2005 version of this classic chair, with a new, more ‘dynamic’ stance and an injection-molded plastic seat and back.
  • emeco 1951 Barstool
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    emeco 1951 Barstool
    In 2003, Gregg’s colleague, Harvey Goldson, bought an old Emeco chair on ebay, and left it in Gregg’s office without explanation. Gregg contacted Adrian van Hooydonk at BMW Designworks in Southern California, and Van Hooydonk designed the 2005 version of this classic chair, with a new, more ‘dynamic’ stance and an injection-molded plastic seat and back.
  • emeco 1951 Barstool
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    emeco 1951 Barstool
    In 2003, Gregg’s colleague, Harvey Goldson, bought an old Emeco chair on ebay, and left it in Gregg’s office without explanation. Gregg contacted Adrian van Hooydonk at BMW Designworks in Southern California, and Van Hooydonk designed the 2005 version of this classic chair, with a new, more ‘dynamic’ stance and an injection-molded plastic seat and back.
  • emeco 1951 Barstool
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    emeco 1951 Barstool
    In 2003, Gregg’s colleague, Harvey Goldson, bought an old Emeco chair on ebay, and left it in Gregg’s office without explanation. Gregg contacted Adrian van Hooydonk at BMW Designworks in Southern California, and Van Hooydonk designed the 2005 version of this classic chair, with a new, more ‘dynamic’ stance and an injection-molded plastic seat and back.
  • emeco Kong Counter Stool
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    emeco Kong Counter Stool
    Starck first designed the Kong barstool for the Chinese restaurant Kong in Paris. The one armed stool was intended to make it easy and graceful for the super model clientele to slither in and out of the bar. Kong requires the hand welding of 24 separate pieces of aluminum, and an additional 8 hours of hand polishing.
  • emeco 1951 Barstool
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    emeco 1951 Barstool
    In 2003, Gregg’s colleague, Harvey Goldson, bought an old Emeco chair on ebay, and left it in Gregg’s office without explanation. Gregg contacted Adrian van Hooydonk at BMW Designworks in Southern California, and Van Hooydonk designed the 2005 version of this classic chair, with a new, more ‘dynamic’ stance and an injection-molded plastic seat and back.
  • emeco 1951 Counter Stool
    emeco.net
    emeco 1951 Counter Stool
    In 2003, Gregg’s colleague, Harvey Goldson, bought an old Emeco chair on ebay, and left it in Gregg’s office without explanation. Gregg contacted Adrian van Hooydonk at BMW Designworks in Southern California, and Van Hooydonk designed the 2005 version of this classic chair, with a new, more ‘dynamic’ stance and an injection-molded plastic seat and back.
  • emeco 1951 Counter Stool
    emeco.net
    emeco 1951 Counter Stool
    In 2003, Gregg’s colleague, Harvey Goldson, bought an old Emeco chair on ebay, and left it in Gregg’s office without explanation. Gregg contacted Adrian van Hooydonk at BMW Designworks in Southern California, and Van Hooydonk designed the 2005 version of this classic chair, with a new, more ‘dynamic’ stance and an injection-molded plastic seat and back.
  • emeco 1951 Counter Stool
    emeco.net
    emeco 1951 Counter Stool
    In 2003, Gregg’s colleague, Harvey Goldson, bought an old Emeco chair on ebay, and left it in Gregg’s office without explanation. Gregg contacted Adrian van Hooydonk at BMW Designworks in Southern California, and Van Hooydonk designed the 2005 version of this classic chair, with a new, more ‘dynamic’ stance and an injection-molded plastic seat and back.
  • emeco 1951 Counter Stool
    emeco.net
    emeco 1951 Counter Stool
    In 2003, Gregg’s colleague, Harvey Goldson, bought an old Emeco chair on ebay, and left it in Gregg’s office without explanation. Gregg contacted Adrian van Hooydonk at BMW Designworks in Southern California, and Van Hooydonk designed the 2005 version of this classic chair, with a new, more ‘dynamic’ stance and an injection-molded plastic seat and back.
  • emeco Soso Stacking Armchair
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    emeco Soso Stacking Armchair
    For the SoSo Collection French designer Jean Nouvel drew upon his “philosophy of nothingness” to create the simple, lightweight. “I just kept the same Emeco DNA and evolved it into a new light and comfortable chair", the SoSo armchairs are handmade of 80% recycled aluminum, by Emeco craftsmen using the same process Emeco has employed to fabricate the famous 1006 Navy Chair since 1944.
  • emeco 1951 Counter Stool
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    emeco 1951 Counter Stool
    In 2003, Gregg’s colleague, Harvey Goldson, bought an old Emeco chair on ebay, and left it in Gregg’s office without explanation. Gregg contacted Adrian van Hooydonk at BMW Designworks in Southern California, and Van Hooydonk designed the 2005 version of this classic chair, with a new, more ‘dynamic’ stance and an injection-molded plastic seat and back.
  • emeco 1951 Barstool
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    emeco 1951 Barstool
    In 2003, Gregg’s colleague, Harvey Goldson, bought an old Emeco chair on ebay, and left it in Gregg’s office without explanation. Gregg contacted Adrian van Hooydonk at BMW Designworks in Southern California, and Van Hooydonk designed the 2005 version of this classic chair, with a new, more ‘dynamic’ stance and an injection-molded plastic seat and back.
  • emeco 1951 Counter Stool
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    emeco 1951 Counter Stool
    In 2003, Gregg’s colleague, Harvey Goldson, bought an old Emeco chair on ebay, and left it in Gregg’s office without explanation. Gregg contacted Adrian van Hooydonk at BMW Designworks in Southern California, and Van Hooydonk designed the 2005 version of this classic chair, with a new, more ‘dynamic’ stance and an injection-molded plastic seat and back.
  • emeco Icon Chair
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    emeco Icon Chair
    Icon is a stacking chair cousin to the famous Starck designed Hudson chair. It has been used in hotels, bars and restaurants worldwide, as well as training centers, meeting areas and schools. Starck describes Icon as “the chair I see when I close my eyes” You can expect your Icon chair to last 150 years or longer.
  • emeco Parrish Table 24”
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    emeco Parrish Table 24”
    The Parrish Collection is designed by Grcic for the Parrish Art Museum in New York. The modest museum building holds an internal complexity, just like the Parrish Collection, subtle design combined with a heartfelt technical core.
  • emeco Kong Barstool
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    emeco Kong Barstool
    Starck first designed the Kong barstool for the Chinese restaurant Kong in Paris. The one armed stool was intended to make it easy and graceful for the super model clientele to slither in and out of the bar. Kong requires the hand welding of 24 separate pieces of aluminum, and an additional 8 hours of hand polishing.
  • emeco Icon Barstool
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    emeco Icon Barstool
    Icon is a stacking chair cousin to the famous Starck designed Hudson chair. It has been used in hotels, bars and restaurants worldwide, as well as training centers, meeting areas and schools. Starck describes Icon as “the chair I see when I close my eyes” You can expect your Icon chair to last 150 years or longer.
  • emeco Icon Chair
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    emeco Icon Chair
    Icon is a stacking chair cousin to the famous Starck designed Hudson chair. It has been used in hotels, bars and restaurants worldwide, as well as training centers, meeting areas and schools. Starck describes Icon as “the chair I see when I close my eyes” You can expect your Icon chair to last 150 years or longer.
  • emeco Kong Chair
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    emeco Kong Chair
    Starck first designed the Kong barstool for the Chinese restaurant Kong in Paris. The one armed stool was intended to make it easy and graceful for the super model clientele to slither in and out of the bar. Kong requires the hand welding of 24 separate pieces of aluminum, and an additional 8 hours of hand polishing.
  • emeco Kong Barstool
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    emeco Kong Barstool
    Starck first designed the Kong barstool for the Chinese restaurant Kong in Paris. The one armed stool was intended to make it easy and graceful for the super model clientele to slither in and out of the bar. Kong requires the hand welding of 24 separate pieces of aluminum, and an additional 8 hours of hand polishing.
  • emeco Kong Barstool With Arms
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    emeco Kong Barstool With Arms
    Starck first designed the Kong barstool for the Chinese restaurant Kong in Paris. The one armed stool was intended to make it easy and graceful for the super model clientele to slither in and out of the bar. Kong requires the hand welding of 24 separate pieces of aluminum, and an additional 8 hours of hand polishing.
  • emeco Icon Counter Stool
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    emeco Icon Counter Stool
    Icon is a stacking chair cousin to the famous Starck designed Hudson chair. It has been used in hotels, bars and restaurants worldwide, as well as training centers, meeting areas and schools. Starck describes Icon as “the chair I see when I close my eyes” You can expect your Icon chair to last 150 years or longer.
  • emeco Kong Armchair
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    emeco Kong Armchair
    Starck first designed the Kong barstool for the Chinese restaurant Kong in Paris. The one armed stool was intended to make it easy and graceful for the super model clientele to slither in and out of the bar. Kong requires the hand welding of 24 separate pieces of aluminum, and an additional 8 hours of hand polishing.
  • emeco Kong Counter Stool With Arms
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    emeco Kong Counter Stool With Arms
    Starck first designed the Kong barstool for the Chinese restaurant Kong in Paris. The one armed stool was intended to make it easy and graceful for the super model clientele to slither in and out of the bar. Kong requires the hand welding of 24 separate pieces of aluminum, and an additional 8 hours of hand polishing.
  • emeco Icon Counter Stool
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    emeco Icon Counter Stool
    Icon is a stacking chair cousin to the famous Starck designed Hudson chair. It has been used in hotels, bars and restaurants worldwide, as well as training centers, meeting areas and schools. Starck describes Icon as “the chair I see when I close my eyes” You can expect your Icon chair to last 150 years or longer.
  • emeco Kong Armchair
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    emeco Kong Armchair
    Starck first designed the Kong barstool for the Chinese restaurant Kong in Paris. The one armed stool was intended to make it easy and graceful for the super model clientele to slither in and out of the bar. Kong requires the hand welding of 24 separate pieces of aluminum, and an additional 8 hours of hand polishing.
  • emeco Kong Chair
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    emeco Kong Chair
    Starck first designed the Kong barstool for the Chinese restaurant Kong in Paris. The one armed stool was intended to make it easy and graceful for the super model clientele to slither in and out of the bar. Kong requires the hand welding of 24 separate pieces of aluminum, and an additional 8 hours of hand polishing.
  • emeco 1951 Barstool
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    emeco 1951 Barstool
    In 2003, Gregg’s colleague, Harvey Goldson, bought an old Emeco chair on ebay, and left it in Gregg’s office without explanation. Gregg contacted Adrian van Hooydonk at BMW Designworks in Southern California, and Van Hooydonk designed the 2005 version of this classic chair, with a new, more ‘dynamic’ stance and an injection-molded plastic seat and back.
  • Emeco 1006 Navy® Counter Stool with Arms in Brushed Finish
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    Emeco 1006 Navy® Counter Stool with Arms in Brushed Finish
    Legend has it that Emeco founder Wilton Dinges tested the strength of a 1006 Navy Chair (1944) by tossing it out a sixth-story window. The people on the sidewalk below were a bit surprised, but the chair was fine, with the exception of a few scratches. Today, Emeco still uses the same 77-step process that Dinges perfected 70 years ago to satisfy the military’s need for lightweight, corrosion-resistant chairs for destroyers and submarines. The company’s proprietary metal processing method yields aluminum three times stronger than steel – and a chair so durable that it has an estimated life span of 150 years. Emeco’s all-aluminum chairs and stools come with a lifetime guarantee, and generations from now, when your great-great-grandchildren finally manage to wear out a chair that’s tested to withstand 1,700 pounds of weight (big kids), the aluminum can be fully recycled and made into something else. Stainless steel foot caps are covered with clear plastic glides to prevent floor scratches and carpet snags. Stool with brushed finish is suitable for outdoor use. This is the authentic 1006 Navy Stool by Emeco. Made in U.S.A. Made from 80% recycled aluminum (40% post-consumer, 40% post-industrial), which requires only 5% of the energy needed to produce virgin aluminum. In continuous production since 1944.
  • Philippe Starck Emeco Stool Seat Pad - Vinyl
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    Philippe Starck Emeco Stool Seat Pad - Vinyl
    After updating the iconic 1006 seat by Emeco for the Hudson Hotel in New York City, Philippe Starck took on the Emeco Counter and Barstools, stripping the classics of their back and arms and giving them an irresistably slender profile. Simple, elegant and commodious for bodies of all sizes, the stools contain up to 80% recycled aluminum and are handcrafted to be stronger than steel using the same proprietary 77-step process as the classic 1006 Navy Collection. First designed as prototypes for the Mies van der Rohe retrospective at the Museum of Modern Art in 2001, the Bar and Counter Stools are solutions that the museum thought Mies van der Rohe himself might choose today. Made available to the public in 2002 and equipped with optional vinyl seat pads, they have a cool neutrality right for any environment, artfully blending contemporary crispness with the contours of '50s modernism. The optional Seat Pad, in black, is made of vinyl and is easily cleaned with a damp cloth.
  • emeco Hudson Armchair
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    emeco Hudson Armchair
    The Hudson, designed for the Hudson hotel in NYC, is Emeco and Starck’s first collaboration. Starck described the chair as “washing the details from the Navy Chair”. It takes an additional 8 hours to polish each Hudson chair. Hudson is in MoMa’s permanent collection.
  • emeco Hudson Counter Stool With Arms
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    emeco Hudson Counter Stool With Arms
    The Hudson, designed for the Hudson hotel in NYC, is Emeco and Starck’s first collaboration. Starck described the chair as “washing the details from the Navy Chair”. It takes an additional 8 hours to polish each Hudson chair. Hudson is in MoMa’s permanent collection.
  • emeco Hudson Counter Stool
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    emeco Hudson Counter Stool
    The Hudson, designed for the Hudson hotel in NYC, is Emeco and Starck’s first collaboration. Starck described the chair as “washing the details from the Navy Chair”. It takes an additional 8 hours to polish each Hudson chair. Hudson is in MoMa’s permanent collection.
  • emeco Hudson Rocking Chair With Arms
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    emeco Hudson Rocking Chair With Arms
    The Hudson, designed for the Hudson hotel in NYC, is Emeco and Starck’s first collaboration. Starck described the chair as “washing the details from the Navy Chair”. It takes an additional 8 hours to polish each Hudson chair. Hudson is in MoMa’s permanent collection.
  • emeco Hudson Swivel Armchair
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    emeco Hudson Swivel Armchair
    The Hudson, designed for the Hudson hotel in NYC, is Emeco and Starck’s first collaboration. Starck described the chair as “washing the details from the Navy Chair”. It takes an additional 8 hours to polish each Hudson chair. Hudson is in MoMa’s permanent collection.
  • emeco Hudson Chair
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    emeco Hudson Chair
    The Hudson, designed for the Hudson hotel in NYC, is Emeco and Starck’s first collaboration. Starck described the chair as “washing the details from the Navy Chair”. It takes an additional 8 hours to polish each Hudson chair. Hudson is in MoMa’s permanent collection.
  • emeco Hudson Barstool
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    emeco Hudson Barstool
    The Hudson, designed for the Hudson hotel in NYC, is Emeco and Starck’s first collaboration. Starck described the chair as “washing the details from the Navy Chair”. It takes an additional 8 hours to polish each Hudson chair. Hudson is in MoMa’s permanent collection.
  • emeco Hudson Armchair
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    emeco Hudson Armchair
    The Hudson, designed for the Hudson hotel in NYC, is Emeco and Starck’s first collaboration. Starck described the chair as “washing the details from the Navy Chair”. It takes an additional 8 hours to polish each Hudson chair. Hudson is in MoMa’s permanent collection.
  • emeco Hudson Counter Stool
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    emeco Hudson Counter Stool
    The Hudson, designed for the Hudson hotel in NYC, is Emeco and Starck’s first collaboration. Starck described the chair as “washing the details from the Navy Chair”. It takes an additional 8 hours to polish each Hudson chair. Hudson is in MoMa’s permanent collection.
  • emeco Hudson Barstool
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    emeco Hudson Barstool
    The Hudson, designed for the Hudson hotel in NYC, is Emeco and Starck’s first collaboration. Starck described the chair as “washing the details from the Navy Chair”. It takes an additional 8 hours to polish each Hudson chair. Hudson is in MoMa’s permanent collection.
  • emeco 20-06 Barstool
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    emeco 20-06 Barstool
    Emeco’s collaboration with Norman Foster resulted in the “20-06” Stacking chair. Foster envisioned a more “neutral” stacking chair-visually and physically lightweight. But the 20-06 is also super strong-tested to 445Kg. Lord Norman Foster said” I appreciate the anonymous character of the 20-06 collection-it meshes seamlessly with our vision for interior space.”
  • emeco Hudson Barstool With Arms
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    emeco Hudson Barstool With Arms
    The Hudson, designed for the Hudson hotel in NYC, is Emeco and Starck’s first collaboration. Starck described the chair as “washing the details from the Navy Chair”. It takes an additional 8 hours to polish each Hudson chair. Hudson is in MoMa’s permanent collection.
  • emeco Hudson Chair
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    emeco Hudson Chair
    The Hudson, designed for the Hudson hotel in NYC, is Emeco and Starck’s first collaboration. Starck described the chair as “washing the details from the Navy Chair”. It takes an additional 8 hours to polish each Hudson chair. Hudson is in MoMa’s permanent collection.
  • emeco 111 Navy® Chair
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    emeco 111 Navy® Chair
    Coca-Cola and Emeco collaborated to solve an environmental problem: Up-cycling consumer waste into a sustainable, timeless, classic chair. Made of 111 recycled PET bottles, the 111 Navy Chair is a story of innovation.
  • Emeco Counter Stool
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    Emeco Counter Stool
    The Museum of Modern Art asked Philippe Starck and Emeco to make a simple stool for the “Mies Van der Rohe in Berlin” retrospective. The result is one of our best selling stools, a circle in a square – at once practical and sophisticated.
  • Phillippe Starck for Emeco Emeco Table Legs
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    Phillippe Starck for Emeco Emeco Table Legs
    Designer: Phillippe Starck for Emeco. A slick design and very useful - get the legs only or have Plushpod make a custom top of exotic wood or colored lacquer! The Emeco Modern Table Legs are dining height and come in a set of 4 - good for dining as well as a work table. The legs are aluminum and either hand brushed or hand polished. Emeco produces top handcrafted quality pieces and the design aesthetic is simply elegant and beautiful. Materials: Aluminum legs. Options/Finishes: Hand brushed. Hand polished Legs are available by themselves in a set of 4. Custom tops are available in any size of exotic woods or colored lacquers. Call Plushpod for a quote! Toll Free 866-758-7430. Dimensions: 29" high legs.
  • Emeco Stool
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    Emeco Stool
    The Museum of Modern Art asked Philippe Starck and Emeco to make a simple stool for the “Mies Van der Rohe in Berlin” retrospective. The result is one of our best selling stools, a circle in a square – at once practical and sophisticated.
  • Emeco Barstool
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    Emeco Barstool
    The Museum of Modern Art asked Philippe Starck and Emeco to make a simple stool for the “Mies Van der Rohe in Berlin” retrospective. The result is one of our best selling stools, a circle in a square – at once practical and sophisticated.
  • Emeco Counter Stool
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    Emeco Counter Stool
    The Museum of Modern Art asked Philippe Starck and Emeco to make a simple stool for the “Mies Van der Rohe in Berlin” retrospective. The result is one of our best selling stools, a circle in a square – at once practical and sophisticated.
  • Emeco Barstool
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    Emeco Barstool
    The Museum of Modern Art asked Philippe Starck and Emeco to make a simple stool for the “Mies Van der Rohe in Berlin” retrospective. The result is one of our best selling stools, a circle in a square – at once practical and sophisticated.
  • emeco Nine-0 Chair
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    emeco Nine-0 Chair
    Before he died at the age of 90, Ettore Sottsass worked with Emeco on his last chair- the Nine-0. The inspiration was Sottsass own Navy chair in his Milan apartment-but this time with a soft polyurethane seat and back and with or without the classic “Sottsass” arm.
  • emeco Nine-0 Chair
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    emeco Nine-0 Chair
    Before he died at the age of 90, Ettore Sottsass worked with Emeco on his last chair- the Nine-0. The inspiration was Sottsass own Navy chair in his Milan apartment-but this time with a soft polyurethane seat and back and with or without the classic “Sottsass” arm.
  • emeco Nine-0 Chair
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    emeco Nine-0 Chair
    Before he died at the age of 90, Ettore Sottsass worked with Emeco on his last chair- the Nine-0. The inspiration was Sottsass own Navy chair in his Milan apartment-but this time with a soft polyurethane seat and back and with or without the classic “Sottsass” arm.
  • emeco 111 Navy® Chair
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    emeco 111 Navy® Chair
    Coca-Cola and Emeco collaborated to solve an environmental problem: Up-cycling consumer waste into a sustainable, timeless, classic chair. Made of 111 recycled PET bottles, the 111 Navy Chair is a story of innovation.
  • emeco Nine-0 Armchair
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    emeco Nine-0 Armchair
    Before he died at the age of 90, Ettore Sottsass worked with Emeco on his last chair- the Nine-0. The inspiration was Sottsass own Navy chair in his Milan apartment-but this time with a soft polyurethane seat and back and with or without the classic “Sottsass” arm.
  • emeco Navy® Armchair
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    emeco Navy® Armchair
    First built for use on submarines in 1944, the Navy Chair has been in continuous production ever since. With the famous 77 step Process, our craftsmen take soft, recycled aluminum, hand form and weld it- then temper it for strength. Finally, the chair is anodized for a durable finish. We guarantee the Navy Chairs for life.
  • emeco Navy® Chair
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    emeco Navy® Chair
    First built for use on submarines in 1944, the Navy Chair has been in continuous production ever since. With the famous 77 step Process, our craftsmen take soft, recycled aluminum, hand form and weld it- then temper it for strength. Finally, the chair is anodized for a durable finish. We guarantee the Navy Chairs for life.
  • emeco Navy® Counter Stool
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    emeco Navy® Counter Stool
    First built for use on submarines in 1944, the Navy Chair has been in continuous production ever since. With the famous 77 step Process, our craftsmen take soft, recycled aluminum, hand form and weld it- then temper it for strength. Finally, the chair is anodized for a durable finish. We guarantee the Navy Chairs for life.
  • emeco Nine-0 Armchair
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    emeco Nine-0 Armchair
    Before he died at the age of 90, Ettore Sottsass worked with Emeco on his last chair- the Nine-0. The inspiration was Sottsass own Navy chair in his Milan apartment-but this time with a soft polyurethane seat and back and with or without the classic “Sottsass” arm.
  • emeco 111 Navy® Chair
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    emeco 111 Navy® Chair
    Coca-Cola and Emeco collaborated to solve an environmental problem: Up-cycling consumer waste into a sustainable, timeless, classic chair. Made of 111 recycled PET bottles, the 111 Navy Chair is a story of innovation.
  • emeco Nine-0 Chair
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    emeco Nine-0 Chair
    Before he died at the age of 90, Ettore Sottsass worked with Emeco on his last chair- the Nine-0. The inspiration was Sottsass own Navy chair in his Milan apartment-but this time with a soft polyurethane seat and back and with or without the classic “Sottsass” arm.
  • emeco Navy® Barstool
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    emeco Navy® Barstool
    First built for use on submarines in 1944, the Navy Chair has been in continuous production ever since. With the famous 77 step Process, our craftsmen take soft, recycled aluminum, hand form and weld it- then temper it for strength. Finally, the chair is anodized for a durable finish. We guarantee the Navy Chairs for life.
  • emeco Nine-0 Armchair
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    emeco Nine-0 Armchair
    Before he died at the age of 90, Ettore Sottsass worked with Emeco on his last chair- the Nine-0. The inspiration was Sottsass own Navy chair in his Milan apartment-but this time with a soft polyurethane seat and back and with or without the classic “Sottsass” arm.
  • emeco Navy® Counter Stool With Arms
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    emeco Navy® Counter Stool With Arms
    First built for use on submarines in 1944, the Navy Chair has been in continuous production ever since. With the famous 77 step Process, our craftsmen take soft, recycled aluminum, hand form and weld it- then temper it for strength. Finally, the chair is anodized for a durable finish. We guarantee the Navy Chairs for life.
  • emeco Nine-0 Armchair
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    emeco Nine-0 Armchair
    Before he died at the age of 90, Ettore Sottsass worked with Emeco on his last chair- the Nine-0. The inspiration was Sottsass own Navy chair in his Milan apartment-but this time with a soft polyurethane seat and back and with or without the classic “Sottsass” arm.
  • emeco Nine-0 Chair
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    emeco Nine-0 Chair
    Before he died at the age of 90, Ettore Sottsass worked with Emeco on his last chair- the Nine-0. The inspiration was Sottsass own Navy chair in his Milan apartment-but this time with a soft polyurethane seat and back and with or without the classic “Sottsass” arm.
  • emeco 111 Navy® Chair
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    emeco 111 Navy® Chair
    Coca-Cola and Emeco collaborated to solve an environmental problem: Up-cycling consumer waste into a sustainable, timeless, classic chair. Made of 111 recycled PET bottles, the 111 Navy Chair is a story of innovation.
  • emeco Nine-0 Armchair
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    emeco Nine-0 Armchair
    Before he died at the age of 90, Ettore Sottsass worked with Emeco on his last chair- the Nine-0. The inspiration was Sottsass own Navy chair in his Milan apartment-but this time with a soft polyurethane seat and back and with or without the classic “Sottsass” arm.
  • emeco Navy® Chair
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    emeco Navy® Chair
    First built for use on submarines in 1944, the Navy Chair has been in continuous production ever since. With the famous 77 step Process, our craftsmen take soft, recycled aluminum, hand form and weld it- then temper it for strength. Finally, the chair is anodized for a durable finish. We guarantee the Navy Chairs for life.
  • emeco Nine-0 Barstool
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    emeco Nine-0 Barstool
    Before he died at the age of 90, Ettore Sottsass worked with Emeco on his last chair- the Nine-0. The inspiration was Sottsass own Navy chair in his Milan apartment-but this time with a soft polyurethane seat and back and with or without the classic “Sottsass” arm.
  • emeco Nine-0 Counter Stool
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    emeco Nine-0 Counter Stool
    Before he died at the age of 90, Ettore Sottsass worked with Emeco on his last chair- the Nine-0. The inspiration was Sottsass own Navy chair in his Milan apartment-but this time with a soft polyurethane seat and back and with or without the classic “Sottsass” arm.
  • emeco Nine-0 Counter Stool
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    emeco Nine-0 Counter Stool
    Before he died at the age of 90, Ettore Sottsass worked with Emeco on his last chair- the Nine-0. The inspiration was Sottsass own Navy chair in his Milan apartment-but this time with a soft polyurethane seat and back and with or without the classic “Sottsass” arm.
  • emeco Nine-0 Barstool
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    emeco Nine-0 Barstool
    Before he died at the age of 90, Ettore Sottsass worked with Emeco on his last chair- the Nine-0. The inspiration was Sottsass own Navy chair in his Milan apartment-but this time with a soft polyurethane seat and back and with or without the classic “Sottsass” arm.
  • emeco Soso Counter Stool
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    emeco Soso Counter Stool
    For the SoSo Collection French designer Jean Nouvel drew upon his “philosophy of nothingness” to create the simple, lightweight. “I just kept the same Emeco DNA and evolved it into a new light and comfortable chair", the SoSo stool is handmade of 80% recycled aluminum, by Emeco craftsmen using the same process Emeco has employed to fabricate the famous 1006 Navy Chair since 1944.
  • Ettore Sottsass for Emeco Nine-O Stool
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    Ettore Sottsass for Emeco Nine-O Stool
    Designer: Ettore Sottsass for Emeco. The Nine-O, a new collection of chairs and stools by the Italian designer Ettore Sottsass debuted at the 2008 Salone Internazionale del Mobile. The new designs re-imagine the classic, all aluminium Emeco 1006 Navy Chair, but adds comfort and color with new features including soft polyurethane upholstery, a wider seat and stacking ability. These are the last chairs designed by Mr. Sottsass, who died in December 31, 2007 at the age of 90. Available in brushed or polished aluminium. Three different backs available, 3-bar, open, or soft. Seat and back cover available in red, orange, green, blue, or grey. Brushed: To give our chairs a brushed finish, we anodize them. Basically we put them through an electrolytic process. Which turns Aluminum to Aluminum oxide. Making it nearly as hard as diamonds. All very technical. But how does it feel? We like to think the brushed finish is a doing finish. A working chair. Utilitarian. Knock aboutable. You can feel the toughness. Industrial yet warm. Polished: Emeco chairs aren’t just polished. They’re polished 3 times, by hand First the individual parts. Then the assemblies. Finally the completed chair. Taking 8 hours it total. It’s what gives them their luxurious look. They feel sensual, smooth, almost soft. One customer even told us it was like climbing into silk sheets. Our polishers were happy. Options/finish: Material: Brushed or polished aluminum frame with integrally colored, soft polyurethane seat and back. Dimensions: counterstool 36.625" H x 20.25 W x 23.5 D, 23.625" seat height. Barstool 42.5" H x 20.25 W x 22 D, 29.5" seat height Availability of Nine-O stools: brushed is 3 to 4 weeks. Polished is 6 to 8 weeks Shipping may apply - we pay half the cost for you.
  • emeco Nine-0 Barstool
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    emeco Nine-0 Barstool
    Before he died at the age of 90, Ettore Sottsass worked with Emeco on his last chair- the Nine-0. The inspiration was Sottsass own Navy chair in his Milan apartment-but this time with a soft polyurethane seat and back and with or without the classic “Sottsass” arm.
  • emeco Nine-0 Barstool
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    emeco Nine-0 Barstool
    Before he died at the age of 90, Ettore Sottsass worked with Emeco on his last chair- the Nine-0. The inspiration was Sottsass own Navy chair in his Milan apartment-but this time with a soft polyurethane seat and back and with or without the classic “Sottsass” arm.
  • emeco Nine-0 Barstool
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    emeco Nine-0 Barstool
    Before he died at the age of 90, Ettore Sottsass worked with Emeco on his last chair- the Nine-0. The inspiration was Sottsass own Navy chair in his Milan apartment-but this time with a soft polyurethane seat and back and with or without the classic “Sottsass” arm.
  • emeco Nine-0 Counter Stool
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    emeco Nine-0 Counter Stool
    Before he died at the age of 90, Ettore Sottsass worked with Emeco on his last chair- the Nine-0. The inspiration was Sottsass own Navy chair in his Milan apartment-but this time with a soft polyurethane seat and back and with or without the classic “Sottsass” arm.
  • emeco Nine-0 Counter Stool
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    emeco Nine-0 Counter Stool
    Before he died at the age of 90, Ettore Sottsass worked with Emeco on his last chair- the Nine-0. The inspiration was Sottsass own Navy chair in his Milan apartment-but this time with a soft polyurethane seat and back and with or without the classic “Sottsass” arm.
  • emeco Soso Bar Stool
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    emeco Soso Bar Stool
    For the SoSo Collection French designer Jean Nouvel drew upon his “philosophy of nothingness” to create the simple, lightweight. “I just kept the same Emeco DNA and evolved it into a new light and comfortable chair", the SoSo stool is handmade of 80% recycled aluminum, by Emeco craftsmen using the same process Emeco has employed to fabricate the famous 1006 Navy Chair since 1944.
  • emeco Heritage Armchair
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    emeco Heritage Armchair
    Heritage is a stacking chair designed by Philippe Starck, inspired by the original 1006 Navy.The rocking version was designed for the world famous Bon restaurant in Paris. Intended as a “sit up” chair for working and dining, it’s a symbol of Emeco’s amalgamation of utility and beauty.
  • emeco Sezz Swivel Chair With Glides
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    emeco Sezz Swivel Chair With Glides
    Working With Christophe Pillet, the Sezz Collection creates a fusion between comfort and strength, while retaining the original Emeco process of using 80% recycled aluminum-toughened to last a lifetime. The result is a contemporary interpretation of beauty, timelessness and industrial heritage.
  • emeco Sezz Side Chair
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    emeco Sezz Side Chair
    Working With Christophe Pillet, the Sezz Collection creates a fusion between comfort and strength, while retaining the original Emeco process of using 80% recycled aluminum-toughened to last a lifetime. The result is a contemporary interpretation of beauty, timelessness and industrial heritage.
  • emeco Heritage Counter Stool
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    emeco Heritage Counter Stool
    Heritage is a stacking chair designed by Philippe Starck, inspired by the original 1006 Navy.The rocking version was designed for the world famous Bon restaurant in Paris. Intended as a “sit up” chair for working and dining, it’s a symbol of Emeco’s amalgamation of utility and beauty.
  • emeco Heritage Barstool
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    emeco Heritage Barstool
    Heritage is a stacking chair designed by Philippe Starck, inspired by the original 1006 Navy.The rocking version was designed for the world famous Bon restaurant in Paris. Intended as a “sit up” chair for working and dining, it’s a symbol of Emeco’s amalgamation of utility and beauty.
  • emeco Sezz Barstool
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    emeco Sezz Barstool
    Working With Christophe Pillet, the Sezz Collection creates a fusion between comfort and strength, while retaining the original Emeco process of using 80% recycled aluminum-toughened to last a lifetime. The result is a contemporary interpretation of beauty, timelessness and industrial heritage.
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