emeco navy chair
Design Emeco, 1944
Thermal treated aluminum(ZYtime also have the stainless meterial)
classic aluminum chair has been in continuous production since the mid 1940's by Emeco. Based on a marriage of style and a time honored proprietary 77 step process, Emeco can be considered the guardian of a lost art...the manufacture of something enduring and endearing. Three times stronger than steel and amazingly lightweight, these chairs have a life expectancy of at least 150 years. Timeless. Chairs admired today and indefinitely. Chairs that span generations and cultures.
The 1006 is a bona fide wartime workhorse. It was developed in Hanover, Pa., in the 1940s for use on submarines and aircraft carriers. Aluminum makes the chair lightweight and corrosion-resistant. An elaborate manufacturing process makes it virtually indestructible. According to company lore, the 1006 is tough enough to withstand a torpedo blast.
The military remains a customer, but today the 1006 is also a symbol of modern industrial chic. Navy chairs are found in Armani and Tiffany boutiques, the architecture offices of Frank O. Gehry, in the movie "Mr. & Mrs. Smith" and at home with Brad Pitt. The chair has starred in its own docudrama, "77 Steps, " filmed by Eames Demetrios, grandson of designer Charles Eames. Television viewers can spot Navy chairs on "Law & Order" and "CSI, "
16.25" w | 19.5" d | 34" h | seat: 18" h
Contact Name: Steven
Company Name: Zytime International Limited / China Navy Chairs Factory
Fax: 86 769-2604 8888
Street Address: No.9, Wangfuxinglong Road,
Dongguan, Guangdong, China
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