European design house EMU have injected fresh colour into their classic range of outdoor furniture
February 4th, 2013
A fresh injection of colour has given EMU‘s long-trusted outdoor furniture an eyecatching new vibrancy.
Available exclusively through Prototype, their highly recognisable Classic range can now be seen in high voltage orange, purple, green and blue.
This combination of new colours and classic forms was deemed perfect for the refurbishment of Balmain’s Unity Hall Hotel, with its rooftop bar taking cues from street art.
Unity Hall Hotel, Balmain
Decked out with a street art style feature wall, planter boxes and an artificial lawn, Prototype made the space vibrant with EMU’s Star chairs in green, Antoinetta chairs in white, and custom made bench seating.
The new colours invigorate EMU’s classic lines. These commercial grade pieces will energise any space.
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