Practical and minimal, the outdoor furniture designed by Konstantin Grcic and produced by Emeco utilizes as little materials as possible. Created for Long Island's Parrish Art Museum, the line, which just debuted at I Saloni, is now available for purchase.
The Parrish Art Museum finally opened in 2012, after being built for less than a third of its original budget. Minimizing waste and keeping costs low was a high priority for the outdoor furniture as well as the building. The the singular tube of the curved back was a conscious effort by Grcic to use as little steel as possible.
The collection is available in three steel colors: white, red, and black, with a variety of wood seat options. See the full collection at Emeco.
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