Model: NIN0 24 S
Designer: Ettore Sottsass
Emeco Nine-0 counter stool with a coloured soft polyurethane seat and back.
The metal frame is constructed from recycled aluminium materials, available in brushed or polished finish.
Seat/back is available in 5 colours: Grey, Red, Orange, Green & Blue.
Each Emeco Nine-0 counter stool is made to order by hand in the USA by skilled Emeco craftsmen.
Please allow for a longer than usual lead time: the brushed version takes up to 14 weeks. The hand polished version takes up to 18 weeks.
The Emeco Nine-0 counter stool was designed by Ettore Sottsass – one of the last pieces of furniture he designed, before he died at the age of 90.
The Nine-0 was inspired by the Emeco 1006 Navy chair which belonged to Sottsass at his Milan apartment.
Each Nine-0 counter stool is made by hand and goes through a 77 step process and is also available as a barstool.
The skilled Emeco craftsmen take recycled aluminium, hand form it and weld it – then temper it for strength. Finally, the armchair is anodised for a durable finish.
Our entire collection of Emeco counter and bar stools can be found here.
- Width: 51.5 cm
- Depth: 56 cm
- Height: 93 cm
- Seat Height: 60 cm
- Weight: 5 kg
Emeco (The Electric Machine and Equipment Company) was founded in 1944 by Wilton C. Dinges in the USA. The first chair they produced was the 1006 Navy Chair, commissioned to be used by the US Navy for use on warships (the contract even specified that it had to be able to withstand a torpedo blast!).
Today the furniture is still made in the USA using 80% recycled aluminium. Every piece of furniture is made by hand, by the Emeco craftsmen – going through a 77 step process. Some of the world's best architects and designers have collaborated with Emeco to design chairs that are built and guaranteed to last a lifetime.
There mission is carry on making furniture that lasts, but also to make a positive impact on the environment. They use waste recycled materials in products that use as little energy as possible in the manufacturing process to build strong, durable chairs and stools.