Emeco 1951 Barstool

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Product: Emeco 1951 Barstool
Retailer: All Modern
Color: Black, Blue, Gray, Red, White

Emeco 1951 Barstool

Emeco chairs began in 1944 with a collaboration between Emeco and ALCOA to develop a seaworthy chair for military use. ALCOA’s scientists and Navy engineers consulted with Emeco to produce the Navy Chair in Emeco’s Hanover, PA workshops where all of their chair collections are still made today. Built individually by a handful of craftsmen, 77 painstaking steps at a time. Designed by BMW Group, DesignworksUSA, in 2005 under the direction of Adrian van Hooydonk, these chairs and stools are an update of an original Emeco chair made for Navy hospitals from 1951. They have durable ABS or laminate seats and backs in five colors or three wood tones and a brushed/anodized frame that stacks six high. White and gray ABS chairs are also approved for outdoor use, while the black ABS can also be made fire retardant in compliance with CAL. 133 Code. This particular model has been designed with a 30″ seat height for bar use.

  • Suitable for institutional or home use
  • Stays cool to the touch even in hot sun
  • Maintenance-free
  • Stackable (up to 6 high)
  • Brushed aluminum finish available with ABS, fire retardant ABS, or wood laminate
  • Brushed aluminum and white/gray ABS approved for outdoor use
  • ABS available in five colors
  • Three types of wood laminate