The principle "less is more" is characteristic of Ludwig Mies van der Rohe's designs. Philippe Starck made this philosophy his own when he designed the bar stool for Emeco: The seating object is formally simple and ingenious at the same time and is thus completely in the tradition of the Bauhaus.
Terence Riley therefore also selected the Emeco bar stool for the MoMA in New York, because according to the curator of the "Mies Van der Rohe in Berlin" exhibition, the stool would have been designed by the former Bauhaus director as well: a simple and timeless design combines with a production that lasts for generations.
The Emeco bar stool is elaborately handcrafted from aluminum. As a result, the seat object is not only made of high quality, durable and robust, but also that each piece is a unique piece. On request, the bar stool by Emeco and Philippe Starck is also available as a stool (H 46 cm) and counter stool (H 61 cm).