Utility Chair ID: UTILITY SC PCBL WAL
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Utility Chair

By Jasper Morrison, for Emeco

Utility Chair

By Jasper Morrison, For Emeco

$836.00 - $1,108.00

Finish:
Black Powder Coated Aluminum

Color:
Walnut Plywood

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SPEC #: EMC1260300 | ID: UTILITY SC PCBL WAL

Utility Chair

SPEC #: EMC1260300

ID: UTILITY SC PCBL WAL

Designed by Jasper MorrisonRead Bio

The Utility Chair by Jasper Morrison is a collection of true longevity that combines purposeful, utilitarian design with solid materials and craftsmanship. The handcrafted frame is in recycled aluminum and the seat and back in solid wood. Note: The Accoya option is outdoor approved. Made in the USA.

Available Options

Finish: Black Powder Coated Aluminum, Hand Brushed Aluminum

Color: Accoya Wood, Ash Plywood, Dark Stained Ash, Walnut Plywood, White Oak

Specifications

    • Finish: Black Powder Coated Aluminum
    • Color: Walnut Plywood
    • Size: 15.25"W x 28.75"H x 18"D
    • Seat Height: 18"
    • Product Weight: 9.30 lbs
    • Materials: Wood  Recycled Aluminum  
        • Country of Origin: United States
    • Made in the USA

      Made in the USA

    • Recycled Materials

      Recycled Materials

    • Recyclable

      Recyclable

    • Responsibly Sourced Materials

      Responsibly Sourced Materials

    • Specification Sheet / Technical Files

      Prop 65 Warning for California Residents This product can expose you to chemicals, which are known in the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to https://www.p65warnings.ca.gov/.
      Jasper Morrison

      About Jasper Morrison

      Jasper Morrison was born in London in 1959, and graduated in Design at Kingston Polytechnic Design School, London (1979-82 BA (Des.)) and The Royal College of Art for Postgraduate studies (1982-85 MA (Des.) RCA). In 1984 he studied at Berlins HdK on a Scholarship.

      In 1986 he set up an Office for Design in London. His work was included in the Documenta 8 exhibition in Kassel in 1987, for which he designed the Reuters News Centre. The following year he was invited to take part in Design Werkstadt, a part of the Berlin, Cultural City of Europe program, where he exhibited Some new items for the house, part I at the DAAD Gallery. He then began designing products for SCP in London, the German door handle producer FSB, the Office furniture company Vitra, and the Italian furniture producer Cappellini.

      In 1992 together withJames Irvine, he organised Progetto Oggetto for Cappellini, a collection of household objects designed together with a group of young European designers. He also worked with Andreas Brandolini and Axel Kufus on a variety of installations, exhibition designs and town planning projects under the umbrella of Utilism International. In 1992, his slide show lecture "A world without words" was published in book format by the graphic designer Tony Arefin. In 1994 Jasper Morrison was guest of honour and held an exhibition at the Interieur 94 exhibition in Belgium.

      In 1995 he held a solo exhibition at Bordeauxs Arc en Rve Centre darchitecture. He began a consultancy with stra the Hannover Transportation Authority by designing a Bus Stop for the City. In 1995 Jasper Morrisons office was awarded the contract to design the new Hannover Tram, the largest European light rail production contract of its time, at 500 Million Deutschemarks. The first vehicle was presented to the public in June 1997 at the Hannover Industrial Fair, and awarded the IF Transportation Design Prize and the Ecology award.

      More recent exhibitions and installations have included: "The State of Things" to complement the editing of the 1999 Design Year Book. Solo exhibitions at the Axis Gallery, Tokyo, for Flosat the Yamagiwa Centre in Tokyo, as Designer of the Year 2000 at the Paris Design Fair. Recent projects include the design of furniture for Tate Modern inLondon, "Luxmaster" for Flos, Folding Air-Chair and Low Air-Table for Magis; a monograph "Everything but the Walls"published by Lars Mller Publishers; a bench for the Roppongi Hills development in Tokyo; ATM desk system for Vitra ,a line ofkitchen appliances for Rowenta, Pots&Pans for Alessi and asanitary- and brassware range for Ideal Standard.In 2005, founding of Super Normal with Naoto Fukasawa.In June 2006, first Super Normal exhibition in Tokyo.

      Jasper Morrison Ltd. currently based in London and Paris, have worked and in most cases still do for the following companies: Alessi Spa, Italy; Alias Srl, Italy; Canon Camera Division, Japan;Cappellini Spa., Italy; Flos Spa, Italy; FSB GmbH, Germany; MagisSrl, Italy; Rosenthal AG, Germany; Rowenta, France; Sony Design Centre Europe; Vitra International AG, Switzerland. In 2004, began consultancies with Samsung Electronics, Korea, Muji(Japan), Ideal Standard (UK) and Olivetti (Italy).

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      Emeco is a sustainable furniture company founded in 1944. They are known for their iconic 1006 Navy Chair, which is made from recycled aluminum and is guaranteed for life. Emeco offers a wide range of other sustainable furniture products, including chairs, stools, benches, tables, and accessories. Emeco is committed to sustainability and uses a variety of eco-friendly materials in its products, including recycled aluminum, scrap plastic from oceans and landfills, reclaimed wood, and sustainable plywood. The company also manufactures its products in the United States, which reduces its environmental impact. In addition to its sustainable materials and manufacturing practices, Emeco also designs its products to be durable and long-lasting. The company's products can be found in restaurants, cafes, offices, and homes around the world. Emeco is a popular choice for sustainable interior design projects.

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