Design by Philippe Starck, 2001.
At just 6 pounds, this versatile stool can go just about anywhere. Group in pairs, sets or stand alone. Also available in 18" and 30" sizes.
The prototype version of this stool was first used in 2001 for the Mies van der Rohe retrospective at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City for a recreated cafe that Mies van der Rohe and Lily Reich originally designed, a beautiful space with waving curtains. The museum selected these stools as pieces that might have been chosen by Mies van der Rohe today.
Handmade from 80% recycled aluminum. Designed to last for 150 years. The Emeco 24" Barstool is tempered for ultimate strength in a proprietary three-step process. Emeco is the only company in the world to do this.
Emeco furniture is hand welded and hand brushed for a warm, uniform finish. Weld lines are natural and always visible, and can range from very light to slightly darker than the adjoining aluminum surface. All Emeco furniture will exhibit slight variations of handcraft.
Material(s): 80% Recycled aluminum
Dimensions: 14" W X 14" D X 24" H
Ultra cool stools
By: Aone0218, Homeowner (Wellesley, MA)
Great looking stools. Lightweight, quite comfortable. Fit perfectly with my decor. Easy to clean for the most part, but looks like one of the four we bought has a defective finish because I cannot get smudges off. Overall, happy with the puchase. Good customer service at YLiving.
Beautiful design but cold to sit on
By: Susan, Designer (Michigan)
I really like to simple look and hand made qualities of this barstool, however... When you sit down it is very cold. I also would like a little more weight to the piece to make it feel more substantial, although if kids need to move it, the light weight may be desirable.
comfortable + gorgeous
By: Xinah, Homeowner (ny, ny)
Very happy with these stools. Compact, lightweight, elegant, comfy. Very nicely packaged from Y Living.
Designer: Philippe Starck
Born in Paris in 1949, he is one of the most original and creative designers of our time. He has obtained many important acknowledgements such as the Grand Prix National de la Création industrielle and the Honor Award of the American Institute of Architects, he considers himself as "a Japanese architect, an American art director, a German industrial designer, a French artistic director, an Italian furniture designer".View other products by Philippe Starck
Emeco has an interesting history beginning in 1944 with the 1006 Navy chair, the granddaddy of Emeco that was designed to withstand the harsh environment on a Navy ship. (Legend has it, the seat of the Emeco 1006 Navy Chair was modeled after the seat of actress Betty Grable.) Since then Emeco has had some new editions, designed by some good friends: Philippe Starck, Frank Gehry and Ettore Sottsass to name a few.
Emeco is a leader when it comes to chair fabrication. Committed to sustainability and protecting the environment, Emeco uses post consumer and post industrial waste to create chairs with ultimate strength, intended to last decades. Chairs admired today and indefinitely. Chairs that span generations and cultures.View other products from Emeco