Design Philippe Starck, 2000 Thermal treated aluminum Made in USA by Emeco
The Hudson stool is a spectacular update backed by an iconic bloodline. Philippe Starck created and named it for Ian Schrager's Hudson Hotel in Manhattan. Included in the design collection of the Museum of Modern Art, the Hudson was selected by the Chicago Athanaeum as one of the top designs for 2000, winning the prestigious "Good Design Award". Three times stronger than steel and amazingly light weight, these chairs have a life expectancy of at least 150 years. Timeless. Chairs admired today - and indefinitely. Chairs that span generations and cultures.
counter: 17.75" w | 20.75" d | 37" h | seat: 24" h bar: 17.75" w | 21.25" d | 43" h | seat: 29.5" h