Emeco 2006 chairs and stools by Norman Foster and Hudson Barstools by Philippe Starck installed at Trattoria Il Mulino, New York. Interior designers, Lee Katzoff and Rozhia Tabnak have wonderfully composed warm grey tones in the recycled aluminum with concrete walls and dark wooden floors, creating the prefect urban dinner retreat. Photos by Trattoria Il Mulino.
Emeco upholstered Navy Chairs at the new exciting shared work space concept Neuehouse in New York. The Rockwell architects behind the project explains it as “A work space where individual entrepreneurs and small companies can call home, and foster community”. Visit http://www.neuehouse.com/. Photo by Rockwell
Green Emeco Broom Chairs installed at the New Baltimore Design School. The architecture and design by Ziger Snead shows excellent adaptive reuse of the abandoned historic factory in the station North Arts district of Baltimore City. The building becomes a wonderful blend of reuse, renovation and educational design, all in a sustainable manner. Read more here.
Emeco Stools, made by recycled aluminum, designed by Philippe Starck, installed at the The Juvia Rooftop in Miami. The design firm Alejandro Barrios Carreros Design recently won the 2013 James Beard Foundation Award for The best restaurant design or renovation in North America with the work on Juvia, Miami Beach. Read more here. Photo by Michael Stavardis.
Proud sponsors of Film Nights by the Royal Institute of British Architects, RIBA London with Disegno. A full program altrough the fall with special focus on American architecture, furniture and fashion during the mid-20th century, highlighting these decades ever-lasting impact on design and architecture. Check out the program http://bit.ly/15ltH4o
Emeco 111 Navy Chairs in Charcoal at Pinkeye Studio in Antwerpen, Belgium. The interior is a mixture of “design and no nonsens”, says Pinkeye’s creative director Ruud Belmans. With spacious common areas allowing for the entire office to eat and sit together. Read more on http://www.pinkeye.be/work/pinkeye-studio photos by Fredrik Vercruysse