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.
The World Launch of the SoSo Collection, Emeco + Jean Nouvel at Biennale Interieur in Belgium. SoSo chairs and stools are handmade of 80% recycled aluminum, in Pennsylvania, USA. The collaboration, Emeco and Jean Nouvel highlights the sustainable philosophy of using waste to make something beautiful and long lasting. “Working with Emeco is like being in a field of wheat. The crop is grown and my job was to simply harvest.” Says Jean Nouvel. Photo by Julien Lanoo, For the full press kit visit emeco.net/press
Emeco stools by the relaxing pool at Oriental Residence Bangkok. High-end simplicity available for staying both nightly and long-term at the Residence, ranging from executive deluxe and one-bedroom through three bedroom residences, each with distinctive residential décor directed by Chanintr Living and Abacus Design, Thailand.
Urban Farmer bar by environmental designer, David Ashen of D-ASH Design. A unique concept within the 8th floor lobby of the Nines Hotel in Portland. The space combines the 1951 Barstools from Emeco with reclaimed materials such as a 20-foot communal table. The restaurant honors local culinary traditions, sourcing ingredients from organic farms nearby. For more images, visit their facebook or read more in sustainable business oregon.
Three Sixty, a new 275-seat, roof top bar at Hilton St. Louis Atlanta, offering a spectacular 360-degree view - indoor and out. Interiors and architecture by The Johnson Studio Atlanta. Because of this unique location, the owners wanted a venue that could transform throughout the day and evening and appeal to a wide audience. The 20-06 barstool from Emeco designed by Norman Foster looks fantastic at the centre of the main bar area.