Since the year 1944, Emeco has always stressed the need to create fixtures that combine top quality craftsmanship with top of the line materials. Emeco’s modern aluminum chairs have been very popular in the realm of furniture design and even remain as such up to this day, playing integral roles in households, corporations, and even in media.
The 1951 chair is one of the most noted collections of the furniture company. This chair was pattered after the ones that were used in Navy hospitals during 1951. The 1951 chair is now made with ABS seats that come in 7 vibrant colors with an anodized frame that can stack up to 6 high.
One of their highly-acclaimed modern aluminum chairs are their line of Navy Chairs, made of 80 percent recycled aluminum. This line carries a timeless design that has spanned numerous generations and cultures. Included in the collection are armchair, barstools, counter stool, and child’s chair as well as wooden and upholstered designs.
Emeco builds great chairs. Each of their pieces goes through a 77-stage production process under the hands of skilled craftsmen so any compromise in quality is not an option. Their chairs have been guaranteed to last for 150 years, offering sustainability as furnishings in homes, hotels, restaurants, and offices, and many others.