12 April 2013
The furniture for Herzog & de Meuron’s Parrish Art Museum, designed by Konstantin Grcic and produced by Emeco, are a perfect synthesis of elegance and innovation. Emeco is betting on the combination of aluminum with more precious materials. The legs and back of the chair are made of sanded recycled aluminum tubing and the seat of local pine, upholstered with fabric or leather (suited for indoors), or of recycled polypropylene (for outdoors). Recycled aluminum is also used for the legs of the tables, with tops in Trespa laminate. The collection can be seen at Emeco’s exhibit at the Salone del Mobile, Hall 20, stand E09.