Emeco’s Lancaster Barstools designed by Michael Young installed at digital start up factory Giant Pixel’s headquarter in San Francisco. The interiors by O+A creates a mix of urban casual and mid-century modernism. Fully fitted with a basement bar, giving the employees the perfect in-house retreat. Read more on Design Milk, photo by Jasper Sanidad.
Emeco Broom chairs by Philippe Starck installed at the headquarters of Shinhan Bank, one of the leading banks of South Korea. Founded in 1897, Shinhan was the countries first modern bank, located in a small house with only two rooms. Today the bank operates 863 domestic - and 7 overseas branches. Photo by Duomo Korea
Shown at the Whitespace Gallery in Atlanta was also Emeco’s Lancaster Chair designed by Michael Young, made using sustainable ash wood legs and a polished recycled aluminum seat. This collection of chairs, tables and stools combines warm, crafted wood with highly technical die-cast aluminum.
Lancaster Chair, Light ash wood legs with a seat made in a light grey nano coated aluminum, installed at Musashi Place, Library & Culture Center Tokyo Japan.
The beauty of the Lancaster collection is in the details. The front is inset into the wood for more strength, the custom glides are inserted with a dove tail detail, and the aluminum back is connected to the wood frame with two special screws for an industrial but warm appearance.
Emeco with Michael Young. Emeco is known for chairs that last a lifetime, Michael Young - an expert in joining aluminum with other sustainable materials – partnered with Emeco to make an innovative hybrid chair. The result is the Lancaster Collection - a beautiful group of stacking chairs, barstools and tables!