Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Emeco: Combining the Best Materials With the Highest Skilled Craftsman!

Since 1944, when Wilton Dinges envisioned manufacturing sculptured masterworks, Emeco has been focused on a single goal: combining the best materials with the highest skilled craftsman. Quality isn't an accident. It is about process and people. It's hard work with a lot of elbow grease and pride, but seeing each handcrafted chair makes it all worth it.

Square Brushed Cafe Table by Emeco:

Looking for sturdy café tables to match your Emeco chairs? Look no further. The Café series from Emeco was designed as a perfect complement. The tables are built using Emeco's 77-step process that ultimately produces a table that will last a lifetime. Strong enough for cafes, elegant enough for your kitchen.

Navy Upholstered Swivel Armchair by Emeco:

Emeco has been making their aluminum Navy Chairs using a unique 77-step process since 1944. Given the 150-year warranty, chairs produced for battle in WWII are still under warranty today. That's shelf life. As a plus, the chairs are beautiful -- simple, clean, and three-times the strength of steel. Use four as dining chairs next to a dark wooden table or add a polished one to your livingroom for some punch.

Emeco Icon Bar Stool by Emeco:

Philippe Star
ck's proved he can do irony--the Louis Ghost chair made me crack up the first time I saw it, and have you seen the gnome furniture? But he can also do pure, elegant functionalism. In fact, he's been doing it for Emeco for a while now, and the Icon chair is probably the most rigorous example. It has nothing extra, but touches like the curve of the back legs make up for what might otherwise seem lacking. As an extra bonus, the open-frame structure of this 100% aluminum chair makes it stack easily.

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