Morgans Chair - Brushed
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Morgans Chair

Designed by Andrée Putman for Emeco
In 1981, Ian Schrager and Steve Rubell ­ the pair behind Studio 54 ­ wanted to transform a New York City flophouse into a luxury hotel, and they called on Andrée Putman to do the job. In creating her simple grey-toned rooms that were a hit with celebrities and socialites, Putman helped to establish the boutique hotel experience. Twenty-four years later, the hotel was in need of updating and the Paris-based Putman was called upon once again for her sophisticated, minimalist aesthetic. The updated rooms include the Morgans Chair (2008), which Putman created with Emeco, the Pennsylvania-based furniture manufacturer famous for its 1006 Navy® Chair (1944). Putman¹s chair design is a hybrid of the Navy Chair and the chair by Robert Mallet-Stevens that she used in the hotel¹s original design. Made in U.S.A.
  • The Morgans Chair, like all Emeco chairs, is made with a 77-step proprietary process that transforms 80% recycled aluminum into a material that has the strength of steel.
  • All Emeco chairs contribute to LEED™ credit #4.2 Recycled Content (and credit #5.1 if shipped within 500 miles of Emeco¹s facility in Hanover, Pennsylvania.)
Morgans Chair - Brushed #15059
swatch color Brushed
Morgans Chair - Polished #15060
swatch color Polished
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