Hudson Stools

Set of dimensioned drawings of the Hudson Counter Stool labeled with height, width, and depth in plan and elevation

The Hudson Stools were originally designed for the Hudson Hotel in New York City in 2000; this stool is Philippe Starck’s updated version of Emeco’s 1944 1006 Navy Chair. The Hudson Stools are formed from lightweight, durable, aluminum, which when put through Emeco’s metal processing is three times stronger than steel.

Dimensioned drawings of the barstool size variation of the Hudson Stool

The Hudson Stools is available in counter stool and barstool sizes. Hudson Counter Stools have an overall height of 37” (94 cm), width of 18” (46 cm), depth of 21.5” (55 cm) and seat height of 24” (61 cm). The taller Hudson Barstool has an overall height of 43” (109 cm), width of 18” (46 cm), depth of 21.5” (55 cm) and seat height of 29.5” (75 cm).

Details

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Height: 
37”, 43” | 94, 109 cm
Width:
18” | 46 cm
Depth:
21.5” | 55 cm
Length:
Seat Height:
24”, 29.5” | 61, 75 cm
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Weight:
Materials:
Polished or anodized brushed aluminum
Designer:
Philippe Starck
Year:
2000

Drawings include:
Hudson Stools (counter and barstool sizes) front elevation, side, plan

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Stools are a piece of furniture that consist of a single seat for one person and a base of one or multiple legs. Traditionally, stools were differentiated from chairs by their lack of a back, but modern variations and definitions of stools may now include designs with arms and backs.